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This book is so much more than your average horror novel. Bentley Little has a wonderful way of writing, enabling the reader to be totally drawn into the world of his characters (whom are totally believable).
This book is so indepth that it would be impossible to sum up in a few lines so I wont try; (although on saying this, it is an easy read; I am a nurse and read it mainly on night shifts when I had a few spare minutes here and there; and there are not many books I can say that about).
If your a fan of horror, this novel brings an indepth reading experience that is so much more than just another book from the horror genre. Give it a go and you wont be disapointed!
Although not quite as good as the first Little book I read, The Resort, I still found this book very enjoyable and it was so difficult to put down that I read it in two days.
Barry Welch and his wife Moreen move into the Bonita Vista, a gated community in Utah. As Bonita Vista residents they are required to join the Homeowners Association. The Homeowners Association impose rediculous rules and severe punishments for those who break the rules. The punishments include fines, physical punishment, death or even worse...being turned into a stumpy.
This book is very good and fast paced and a bit disturbing. Also, Little include good (scary, suspenceful, a plot twist etc) in every chapter so there aren't really any boring parts in the book. A great Bentley Little book which I would recomend to fans of the author or of the horror/thriller genre.
I found this book an enjoyable read, both creepy and at times humourous. The suspense is racheted up, as the actions of the board of the homeowners association, start to become more and more outrageous, and bizarre misfortunes start to fall on the people who oppose them.
I don't want to know about home owners association, giant stores that crush small businesses, insurance companies, disgruntled postal workers... and on and on and ON. Enough already! This book is just another way of Little getting back at something that happened to him... No credible story, cardboard characters, all the elements of a very bad novel are here.
What bugs me is that Bentley Little used to be a great writer. The SUMMONING and REVELATION are two of the finest horror novels ever. I love them! Somewhere down the line he has lost it and now the stuff he writes should be in the back page of some social magazine. Not in the horror shelve.
The other thing that bugs me is that I keep buying them (although only reading the first 50 pages or so before I give up in frustration) in hopes that he has somehow gotten back on track. Those hopes are diminishing fast...
His books show great imagination, and hold you in a thrall of excitement from the first page to the last. This particular book is a masterpiece of twists and turns, leaving you wondering what will happen next, but almost guessing the result. Great story. Can't wait to read more.