A Winter Haunting
Publish date: January 22nd 2002
Publisher: William Morrow
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Seasons of Horror (#2)
Dan Simmons returns to the territory of his classic novel Summer of Night in its sequel, A Winter Haunting. Taking place almost forty years after the events of its predecessor, Haunting sees Dale Stewart -- a recently divorced and suicidal college professor/author -- return to the small town of Elm ...
Easy to read, but not a bit scary and the ending was a bit of a let down. I hade hoped to finally read a really scary book but I will have to continue to look for somehting that will scare me...
It turns out that this book is the sequel to a book, Summer of Night, that I've never read. It doesn't seem to matter much; I understood and liked it anyway.It's a ghost story and a story about a man who has become self-destructive; an easy and entertaining read. It doesn't have the ambition of many...
OK, this book creeped the Holy Bejesus out of me..I read it numerous years ago, yet still remember it well...It is not as good though as one of Dan Simmons other books, Drood, which is a behemouth book, but worth every second of reading it, but a 5 star-er from me because of his ability to keep the ...
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