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Night Show: She'll never forget her night in a haunted house...
Night Show: She'll never forget her night in a haunted house...
by Richard Laymon
Edition: Paperback
Price: £8.99

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Dont bother, 13 July 2004
recently i have started to read alot of laymons books and so far only two have been good, not brilliant just good, well 'flesh' was close to brilliant.
this however is certainly not, the characters are weak, its not very scary at all and is basically about a group of teenagers having sex in the shower all the time. the story is poor and confusing. i feel really disapointed about this book as i did have high hopes for it, aftera friend suggested it to me,oh boy is he going to get it.
if yo do want to read laymon go with 'savage' or flesh much better options then this pile of trash


It
It
by Stephen King
Edition: Paperback

11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stephen kings 'IT'...no intro necessary, 13 July 2004
This review is from: It (Paperback)
i have been a stephen king fan for 4 years now, and have read most of his work. on the odd occasion when i ask a fellow king fan what his/her favourite novel is, they always seem to say either 'The Stand' or 'IT, the stand is a phenominal story, told in depth with such skill its almost impossible to imagine someone writing a novel of that calibre. however my arguement is that stephen king's IT is a book of epic proportions, and better then the stand by a fair margine.first of all the book is nothing like the film so get that one straight.stephen kings 'IT' is horrific, telling us about a group of children growing up in maine while an unspeakable horror lurks in the sewers, waiting for them to feed on there fear. 'IT' takes on the shape of a clown, which personally has haunted me ever since i last read it,IT can take the shape of your innermost fears.
the characters are so believablethey almost feel real, at times the whole book seems real and i know how ridiculous that sounds,but its so detailedand and engrossing 'IT' will keep you awake at nights, you will want to know what happens next.
do not be put off by how long it is either 1,200pages does seem alot, but it is worth every page.
read this book now,but just remember....
'you'll die if you try'


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