Take this Child
Jemima Collins has lost a parent in a car accident.
She is twelve years old. She is frightened.
She is alone... and the monster is watching.
"Lee McGeorge weaves the pop-culture monster into a deep and satisfying literary creature."
"Fusing a richly detailed origin story, a tense and riveting narrative, and and a parable of modern day horrors, McGeorge creates the Slenderman story we've been waiting for."
“Of all the Slenderman-themed movies and novels out there, I’ve only been legitimately impressed by Lee McGeorge’s chilling, Slenderman, Slenderman, Take this Child. It’s a pretty riveting work of fiction, but it stands alone.”
“The first truly great Slenderman story.”
“I thought ‘Revival’ by Stephen King was going to be the most f***ed up thing I’d read this year, but I was wrong. Slenderman, Slenderman, Take this Child is officially the most disturbing thing I have ever read.”
"An intense and frightening read. Loaded with deeply unsettling character insight, harrowing depictions of graphic violence and the heartbreaking spiral of a community ill prepared for a nearly unstoppable evil.”
“Well written, captivating and so much more than a simple horror story… It’s as though Stephen King and Clive Barker fathered a child. A very, very disturbing child”
“A solid and enjoyable piece of work. Twisted, dark and intriguing.”
“McGeorge finally fills the hole that haunted the Slenderman mythos and he does so in terrifying fashion.”
- Scream Magazine