El misterio de Salem's Lot
Veinte años atrás, por una apuesta infantil, Ben Mears habáa entrado en la casa de los Marsten. Y lo que vio entonces aún poblaba sus pesadillas. Ahora, como escritor consagrado, había vuelto a Salem's Lot para exorcisar sus fantasmas. Salem's Lot era un pueblo tranquilo y... show more
Veinte años atrás, por una apuesta infantil, Ben Mears habáa entrado en la casa de los Marsten. Y lo que vio entonces aún poblaba sus pesadillas. Ahora, como escritor consagrado, había vuelto a Salem's Lot para exorcisar sus fantasmas. Salem's Lot era un pueblo tranquilo y adormilado donde nunca pasaba nada, excepto la vieja tragedia de la casa de los Marsten. Y el perro muerto colgado de la verja del cemeterio. Y el misterioso hombre que se instaló en la casa de los Marsten. Y los niños que desaparecían, los animales que morían desangrads. Y la espantosa presencia de ellos, quienesquiera que fuesen. Ellos.
Publish date: July 30th 2005
Pages no: 526
Edition language: Spanish
1.24.19-I just finished my third read of SALEM'S LOT, this time via audiobook. The narrator, Ron McClarty worked well for me and I found this tale as satisfying as it ever was.
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