Originally Posted by ScipioCowboy
Lost Boy, Lost Girl by Peter Straub, 5/10
Incidentally, I selected this author on a recommendation from VTA. Unfortunately, I was not impressed by this particular work despite its accolades -- the 2003 Bram Stoker award. The novel is interesting, but I wasn't over enamored of the constantly shifting point of view.
I read that book too and was disappointed. His work ranges from creative and interesting (Koko and Ghost Story), to atrocious (Floating Dragon) to flat out boring, (In the Night Room; Lost Boy, Lost Girl).