An exciting drama behind the dementia of Harold, a boy excluded from society but included in another world created to appease his anxiety and his distorted love for Ellen.
She is the one good thing in his life.
And life is good, until he meets a madman in a graveyard.
Review: Ellen, Lee Pletzers.
Hand it to author Lee Pletzers: he’s not afraid to examine the outermost regions of human depravity and still make the story literate and involving enough not to be exploitive.
Recommended – but again, with caution: This is horror cooked rare with the blood dripping from the plate. If you’re a drinker, you may want to pour yourself a stiff one before plunging in. — C. M. Briggs (Amazon Reviewer)