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Sarah Caysum, a middle aged woman suffering from Munchhausen Syndrome by Proxy (and perhaps something else far more sinister), leaves her four year old daughter Casey trapped in a car to die one summer afternoon in Phoenix, Arizona on a day when temperatures are expected to reach a record breaking 125 degrees.


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Sarah Caysum, a middle aged woman suffering from Munchhausen Syndrome by Proxy (and perhaps something else far more sinister), leaves her four year old daughter Casey trapped in a car to die one summer afternoon in Phoenix, Arizona on a day when temperatures are expected to reach a record breaking 125 degrees.

30 review for Horror Fiction: Burn, Baby, Burn

  1. 4 out of 5

    Betty Minor

    Well written This is a well written book very sad had me in tears would recommend hearing what the baby went through broke my heart made me feel like I was there

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Burns

    This book, needs to be read, by anyone with kids, or planning to have them. This is a book, about an evil Mom. She gives birth, to two kids. Casey, the daughter, she kills in a horrible way. Very descriptive. That Is why I think this needs to be read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Felicia

    Fantastic book. Well written and sad as hell.

  4. 5 out of 5

    kathy bracy

    Brilliant book Such a disturbing book but amazingly well written. Casey is four years old, her best friend is Benny the toy bunny. Her mother promises her a trip even better than Disney world ... A trip to heaven.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Deborah Ames

    Gripping I was entranced and could not stop reading even knowing how horrific it was going to end. So sad but mesmerizing.

  6. 4 out of 5

    RaChelle Holmberg

    Brutal This author is a classic example of a diamond in the rough Indie writer. His writing style is very unique, and where he gets his ideas is concerning.... I'm glad he doesn't live close to us ;-) (kidding) That said, in all seriousness, this book was frightening and brutal, it was such an alien concept to me (an older earth mother who has successfully raised two special needs children) - I simply can't fathom such a thing, can't wrap my head around it, and originally thought the storyline wa Brutal This author is a classic example of a diamond in the rough Indie writer. His writing style is very unique, and where he gets his ideas is concerning.... I'm glad he doesn't live close to us ;-) (kidding) That said, in all seriousness, this book was frightening and brutal, it was such an alien concept to me (an older earth mother who has successfully raised two special needs children) - I simply can't fathom such a thing, can't wrap my head around it, and originally thought the storyline was because of an accident. It wasn't. I can't decide if it was supernatural in nature, or the evil humans can be capable of. The main character was just plain selfish to a psychotic level, and (extreme) selfishness actually is a form of mental illness. I know because my own mother was, and still is. Even the Munchausen part, but she didn't kill any of us. Still, it struck very close to home. The book is well written, although a few descriptive phrases maybe could have been left out, the characters were believable. There appears to be a character-named bit of fun.. Lyle? Gerard now has a new fan ;-)

  7. 4 out of 5

    Pamela Kelley

    A Mother Without A Soul Plays God of Satan She’s Spawn Of the Devil. Nature vs Nurture. In this case the mother was a Bad seed without blame to upbringing or parents. The story involves her need for attention above all else. She manages to kill everyone in her like that serve no purpose to her or take up her precious time. The storyline is interesting mainly because it happens so much in our society. We search for answers as to why someone could kill a child in a hot car on purpose. I think there A Mother Without A Soul Plays God of Satan She’s Spawn Of the Devil. Nature vs Nurture. In this case the mother was a Bad seed without blame to upbringing or parents. The story involves her need for attention above all else. She manages to kill everyone in her like that serve no purpose to her or take up her precious time. The storyline is interesting mainly because it happens so much in our society. We search for answers as to why someone could kill a child in a hot car on purpose. I think there was too much detail, too much description. It took two or three pages to describe one scene. I skipped several paragraphs due to repetition, It happens so often that you lose the initial thought, characters also seemed to be confused in context. The psychopath ends up in prison supposedly in solitary confinement of death row yet the writer talked about sexual favors from inmates and other things that wouldn’t happen in those circumstances. Some typos and other mistakes. Overall a very graphically detailed explanation of a four years olds tragic demise.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Dr. Simone J. Simone

    Stricken This book will make an impact on your very soul. I'm astonished that anyone could have described a sociopath's inner world so clearly and the experience of the child in such vivid, gruesome detail. I had no clue about the process. This is a fantastic piece of writing! With that said, I would advise the author to get a better editor. I ran across many examples of double negatives and a few grammatical misuses of pronouns that are commonly heard. I say this because as such a skilled writer Stricken This book will make an impact on your very soul. I'm astonished that anyone could have described a sociopath's inner world so clearly and the experience of the child in such vivid, gruesome detail. I had no clue about the process. This is a fantastic piece of writing! With that said, I would advise the author to get a better editor. I ran across many examples of double negatives and a few grammatical misuses of pronouns that are commonly heard. I say this because as such a skilled writer, you don't want to create an impression that you don't know the rules of grammar. Also, the mellifluous writing in the first chapter was well expressed, it came across almost as trying to hard. YOU don't need to try too hard. Keep your message simple and continue your phenomenal character constructions and descriptions. Your writing will capture everyone. I recommend this book to everyone who can handle heart-wrenching stories.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Doug Brunell

    Worth Reading, But Beware This novel has a great plot that leaves some unanswered questions, and that's a good thing. It's horrific in its subject matter, but it should be since it's a horror novel. The mother in it is also a great villain. So why only three stars? Harrison is a good writer and well worth checking out. He needs, however, to differentiate his characters' dialogue, get an editor, and work on breaking up his paragraphs. There's a lot of talking in this, which fits the story, but the Worth Reading, But Beware This novel has a great plot that leaves some unanswered questions, and that's a good thing. It's horrific in its subject matter, but it should be since it's a horror novel. The mother in it is also a great villain. So why only three stars? Harrison is a good writer and well worth checking out. He needs, however, to differentiate his characters' dialogue, get an editor, and work on breaking up his paragraphs. There's a lot of talking in this, which fits the story, but there's also a lot of extra stuff that could be trimmed. Couple that with too many characters that speak the same way, and it detracts from what could have been a amazing book.

  10. 5 out of 5

    bryan richter

    Like breathing through sand A portrait of evil. Heartlessness personified. Four stars based on the purely awful nature of the villain. Some better editing would've done this book a service but overall it didn't detract too much. Tough read, especially belong given the child's perspective. Like breathing through sand A portrait of evil. Heartlessness personified. Four stars based on the purely awful nature of the villain. Some better editing would've done this book a service but overall it didn't detract too much. Tough read, especially belong given the child's perspective.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Maureen Archibald

    Horror but not Enjoyed this book. Would definitely recommend it. Was a horror enough with the female lead behaviors. However the added horror aspect, demon entity, was not needed for the story and felt like an excuse of why the behaviours were carried out. The psychopathic aspect was more of the horror and would have been better on its on.

  12. 5 out of 5

    sabrina osborne

    Wow, that was heavy. It was well written, good rhythm. That said, it was soul shaking. For one thing, the truth of the horrors that happen to kids. The other I felt like our creator was Sarah, and we're Casey. Too real man, loved it. Wow, that was heavy. It was well written, good rhythm. That said, it was soul shaking. For one thing, the truth of the horrors that happen to kids. The other I felt like our creator was Sarah, and we're Casey. Too real man, loved it.

  13. 4 out of 5

    elias luna barrios

    Horrible story. horrible story telling, horrible charachter development, painfully slow. All in all, A HORRIBLE BOOK. Nonetheless, I believe in 2nd chances and will read more by this writer. One can only hope for improvement.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Cathy Gudger

    I couldn't finish this book because the subject was too disturbing to me. This is my opinion only. Mr. Harrison must be a very good writer to make me feel this way. I will look for another book by this author. I couldn't finish this book because the subject was too disturbing to me. This is my opinion only. Mr. Harrison must be a very good writer to make me feel this way. I will look for another book by this author.

  15. 4 out of 5

    BiBi Manosalva

    Wow! Sad book!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Brenda

    Good Different subject well written except for every person interviewed sounded the same only the name changed could have been more believable for a difference of person

  17. 5 out of 5

    cheryl byrd

    I dont I don't even know how to rate this book. All I can say is it took awhile to read because it made me cry to much I dont I don't even know how to rate this book. All I can say is it took awhile to read because it made me cry to much

  18. 4 out of 5

    Trava Barnett

    Awesome read Heart wrenching, I hope this book brings awareness to mental health. I highly recommend this book. Please read and share. You won't be disappointed. Awesome read Heart wrenching, I hope this book brings awareness to mental health. I highly recommend this book. Please read and share. You won't be disappointed.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    Loved this! (even though it was really messed up and sad)

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ardis grissom

  21. 4 out of 5

    Joy Bohanan

  22. 5 out of 5

    Theresa Gillespie

  23. 4 out of 5

    jean royel

  24. 4 out of 5

    linda mendoza

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kate

  26. 5 out of 5

    debbie travers

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lucie

  28. 4 out of 5

    Judy Azar

  29. 5 out of 5

    bob fisher

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sigrid Patrick

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