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The Town - Bentley Little
The Town
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You think your hometown is scary?Wait until you read the new shocker from the man Stephen King calls "a Master. Bentley Little recently made the national news when Stephen King revealed he was reading Little's latest novel. But critics and fans have known for years that Little is one of the... show more
You think your hometown is scary?Wait until you read the new shocker from the man Stephen King calls "a Master. Bentley Little recently made the national news when Stephen King revealed he was reading Little's latest novel. But critics and fans have known for years that Little is one of the hottest horror writers in the business. And now, with his newest novel, The Town, Little brings the horror home to a small Arizona town.Because home is where the heart is...ripped out.Bentley Little is:"A master of suspense."--Stephen King"Inventive and chilling."--San Francisco Chronicle"Nightmarishly brilliant."--Publishers Weekly"A must for those who like horror with a bite."--Richard Laymon"If there's a better horror novelist than Little...I don't know who it is."--Los Angeles Times Little is a winner of the Bram Stoker Award
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780451200150 (0451200152)
ASIN: 0451200152
Publisher: Signet
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
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Cody's Bookshelf
Cody's Bookshelf rated it
4.0 THE TOWN Review
Torn between a 3 star and 4 star rating. I guess I will go with 4, as I did enjoy reading this novel and feel a 3 is unfair. Bentley Little seems to be a master of making the mundane horrific, and sneaking up on his readers. It is out of the most benign, banal situations and circumstances he wring...
Casual Debris
Casual Debris rated it
For my full review, please visit Casual Debris. It is that singleness of effect which Edgar Allan Poe wrote about that makes the short story such a potentially powerful art form. Horror fiction is best suited to the short form, as a single effect or the simplest idea can generate a thunderous impa...
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