Living Dead Girl by Elizabeth Scott is a MUST read, but only to those who are mature enough to handle bone-chilling stories. She wrote it so descriptively that you can picture “Alice” so clearly in your mind, trudging along behind Ray, her worn-out eyes that hold barely any hope. Ray, a semi-tall man who acts to be gold and silver on the outside, but really is rot and decay on the inside. A man who is never satisfied and always greedy for other people’s fears, a fear that feeds him from head to toe. This book was a sign to me. A sign telling me to be thankful for what I have, because what I have is so much more than I need.
review submitted by Nancy