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* BuryYourGays: {{Subverted}}. [[spoiler:Amy, the only gay character, is also the sole survivor of the book's events.]]


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* PreserveYourGays: [[spoiler:Amy, the only gay character, is also the sole survivor of the book's events.]]


''Lamplight'' (2017) is a modern-day ghost story by Creator/BenjaminApplebyDean, following a group of young adults who receive mysterious anonymous messages on their phones when their friends begin to disappear, one by one. At the same time, the town of Crooksfield experiences a sequence of unexplained electrical faults - lights and lamps that cannot be turned off, even when disconnected.

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''Lamplight'' (2017) is a modern-day ghost story by Creator/BenjaminApplebyDean, Benjamin Appleby Dean, following a group of young adults who receive mysterious anonymous messages on their phones when their friends begin to disappear, one by one. At the same time, the town of Crooksfield experiences a sequence of unexplained electrical faults - lights and lamps that cannot be turned off, even when disconnected.


''Lamplight'' (2017) is a modern-day ghost story by Creator/BenjaminApplebyDean following a group of young adults who receive mysterious anonymous messages on their phones when their friends begin to disappear, one by one. At the same time, the town of Crooksfield experiences a sequence of unexplained electrical faults - lights and lamps that cannot be turned off, even when disconnected.

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''Lamplight'' (2017) is a modern-day ghost story by Creator/BenjaminApplebyDean Creator/BenjaminApplebyDean, following a group of young adults who receive mysterious anonymous messages on their phones when their friends begin to disappear, one by one. At the same time, the town of Crooksfield experiences a sequence of unexplained electrical faults - lights and lamps that cannot be turned off, even when disconnected.


''Lamplight'' (2017) is a modern-day ghost story by Creator/BenjaminApplebyDean following a group of young adults who receive mysterious anonymous messages on their phones when their friends begin to disappear, one by one. At the same time, the town of Crooksfield experiences a sequence of mysterious electrical faults - lights and lamps that cannot be turned off, even when disconnected.

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''Lamplight'' (2017) is a modern-day ghost story by Creator/BenjaminApplebyDean following a group of young adults who receive mysterious anonymous messages on their phones when their friends begin to disappear, one by one. At the same time, the town of Crooksfield experiences a sequence of mysterious unexplained electrical faults - lights and lamps that cannot be turned off, even when disconnected.


* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:Amy ultimately finds a new strength within herself, and drives the Lamp-Lighter back, but at the cost of all of her friends.]]



* DarknessEqualsDeath: {{Subverted}}. Total darkness is the ''only'' place safe from the book's antagonists, who [[spoiler:depend on artifical light in order to exist]]
* NothingIsScarier: The un-named beings who infiltrate Crooksfield cannot be physically seen - only their shadows are visible
* SurrealHorror: Especially towards the final third of the book, as [[spoiler:the shadow-creatures begin to break through into the material world]]
* WeakenedByTheLight: {{Inverted}}. The creatures here aren't deterred by light at all - in fact [[spoiler:they need it in order to take physical form]]

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* DarknessEqualsDeath: {{Subverted}}. Total darkness is the ''only'' place safe from the book's antagonists, who [[spoiler:depend on artifical light in order to exist]]
exist.]]
* EldritchAbomination: Both the grotesque shadow-creatures who make up the main antagonists, and, it's strongly hinted, [[spoiler:the Lamp-Lighter itself.]]
* TheHeartless: It's not clear whether the shadow-creatures are actually born out of fear and loneliness or merely prey on it, but [[spoiler:they only target those who have become socially isolated, both physically and electronically.]]
* NothingIsScarier: The un-named beings who infiltrate Crooksfield cannot be physically seen - only their shadows are visible
visible.
* SurrealHorror: Especially towards the final third of the book, as [[spoiler:the reality begins to break down and the shadow-creatures begin to break come through into the material world]]
world.
* WeakenedByTheLight: {{Inverted}}. The creatures here aren't deterred by light at all - in fact [[spoiler:they need it in order to take physical form]]form.]]


* BuryYourGays: {{Subverted}}. [[spoiler:The only gay character is also the sole survivor.]]

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* BuryYourGays: {{Subverted}}. [[spoiler:The [[spoiler:Amy, the only gay character character, is also the sole survivor.survivor of the book's events.]]

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* DarknessEqualsDeath: {{Inverted}}. Total darkness is the ''only'' place safe from the book's antagonists, who [[spoiler:depend on artifical light in order to exist]]

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* DarknessEqualsDeath: {{Inverted}}.{{Subverted}}. Total darkness is the ''only'' place safe from the book's antagonists, who [[spoiler:depend on artifical light in order to exist]]


* BuryYourGays: {{Inverted}}. [[spoiler:The only gay character is also the sole survivor.]]

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* BuryYourGays: {{Inverted}}.{{Subverted}}. [[spoiler:The only gay character is also the sole survivor.]]


* BuryYourGays: Subverted. [[spoiler:The only gay character is also the sole survivor.]]
* DarknessEqualsDeath: Subverted. Total darkness is the ''only'' place safe from the book's antagonists, who [[spoiler:depend on artifical light in order to exist]]

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* BuryYourGays: Subverted.{{Inverted}}. [[spoiler:The only gay character is also the sole survivor.]]
* DarknessEqualsDeath: Subverted.{{Inverted}}. Total darkness is the ''only'' place safe from the book's antagonists, who [[spoiler:depend on artifical light in order to exist]]



* WeakenedByTheLight: Subverted. The creatures here aren't deterred by light at all - in fact [[spoiler:they need it in order to take physical form]]

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* WeakenedByTheLight: Subverted.{{Inverted}}. The creatures here aren't deterred by light at all - in fact [[spoiler:they need it in order to take physical form]]

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''Lamplight'' (2017) is a modern-day ghost story by Creator/BenjaminApplebyDean following a group of young adults who receive mysterious anonymous messages on their phones when their friends begin to disappear, one by one. At the same time, the town of Crooksfield experiences a sequence of mysterious electrical faults - lights and lamps that cannot be turned off, even when disconnected.

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* BuryYourGays: Subverted. [[spoiler:The only gay character is also the sole survivor.]]
* DarknessEqualsDeath: Subverted. Total darkness is the ''only'' place safe from the book's antagonists, who [[spoiler:depend on artifical light in order to exist]]
* NothingIsScarier: The un-named beings who infiltrate Crooksfield cannot be physically seen - only their shadows are visible
* SurrealHorror: Especially towards the final third of the book, as [[spoiler:the shadow-creatures begin to break through into the material world]]
* WeakenedByTheLight: Subverted. The creatures here aren't deterred by light at all - in fact [[spoiler:they need it in order to take physical form]]
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