Tamara

Tamara High school can be hell Especially for Tamara Riley Bullied and humiliated by her classmates her only solace is in her deceased mother s strange and tattered grimoires When the bullying takes a sudde

  • Title: Tamara
  • Author: Jeffrey Reddick J.D. Matthews
  • ISBN: 9780692329054
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Paperback
  • High school can be hell Especially for Tamara Riley Bullied and humiliated by her classmates, her only solace is in her deceased mother s strange and tattered grimoires When the bullying takes a sudden and shocking turn, Tamara finds herself transformed from a meek victim to a sexy and powerful avenger Empowered by a dark magic, she now knows the fears and hidden desirHigh school can be hell Especially for Tamara Riley Bullied and humiliated by her classmates, her only solace is in her deceased mother s strange and tattered grimoires When the bullying takes a sudden and shocking turn, Tamara finds herself transformed from a meek victim to a sexy and powerful avenger Empowered by a dark magic, she now knows the fears and hidden desires of her tormentors They thought they put her through hell Tamara s going to show them what hell really is

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  • Originally I purchased the book because the author Jeffrey is a super cool and very nice guy. And it was a bargain on Kindle! I hadn't seen the movie version he wrote a few years back but I know he said the novel was the story as he wanted it. It was easy to get through, a relatively quick read. Very easy to get caught up in the story and the action so much so that there were a couple mornings I didn't leave for work on time! ;) I had a bit of a hard time remembering the difference between Shawn [...]


  • Just like the movieI have the DVD of the movie that was based off this novella and I watch it every Halloween! I did not know that there was a book, so I was so excited when I found it. Thinking back to the movie, they stuck very close to the novella. I could basically play the movie and see the scenes in my head as I was reading. I could even picture the actors as their respective characters. Glad I found the book and I would encourage horror movie fans to watch the movie as well.


  • The movie Tamara which came out back in 2004 is one of my favorite horror movies of all time, so, naturally, I was super excited for its novelization. I read an interview somewhere that said Reddick had gone back and looked at his original script which had to be edited down a lot for the movie. There was going to be more gore, more characterization, and even having one of the character question their sexuality. And I'm like: Fuck Yeah! Bring it on motherfuckers.So, why only three stars? Wellletâ [...]


  • TamaraBy Jeffrey Reddick; JD MatthewsReminiscent of the classic Stephen King work, Carrie, Tamara by Jeffrey Reddick takes high school bullying to another level completely. .Although similar to King's cult classic movie/book, Reddick gives readers a tale that most certainly surpasses its predecessor when it comes to a tale about a crazy, mistreated, vengeful teenage girl.Tamara is your stereotypical loner, or outsider. She's praised by her teachers for her academic ability and ridiculed by her p [...]


  • A well written story with enough twists and turns to keep you interested. Although the story may seem familiar, it offers enough new scenarios to entertain. A wronged spirit, witchcraft, revenge, young adult sexual situations - it all adds up to Tamara!



  • Story moves along at brisk pace, but does little to expand on the movie by the same name. In this case, the movie is truly better than the book.



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