Despite her son's misgivings about the building and the people who dwell there, Caroline dismisses the oddities of their new neighbors as pleasant eccentricities - until things begin to change.
Behind the luxury and beauty of The Rockwell lurks a secret that Caroline can't possibly imagine.
©2004 John Saul; (P)2004 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"This is good, drafty atmospheric horror stuff unafraid to indulge in not-at-all-subtle gory bits. Just the thing to read late at night in an empty house." (Booklist)
This is typical Saul writing; interesting with twists that keep you guessing until the end. Of course the end got silly but what else could it do? Does anybody else find it disturbing that Sauls books are falling into a deep dark abyss that is child abuse? I liked it better when his target was haunted houses. But..I am a dedicated Saul reader so..until next time--read this one, its worth the money.
Wow this is a great book. The narrative is superv. The story is great, you can't stop listening to it. A must have for your collection of super natural books.
Yes very exciting Carolyn found love again only to find her peril in his arms
When she was in the library and was afraid of being caught
Yes wanted to know what was happening next
I love audio, helps me relax: been ill since 1974.helps me to foget pain
I like all of Jonh sauls, John farris, dean koontz and ect.
havn't heard it yet
For the third time I tried listening to this book and I just couldn't make it. This book is so slow it's brutal. This third time I really tried to let it play out but I just couldn't make it. Basically its a story about a woman and her struggles to make it work after her husband is killed.Then she meets a guy through and elderly woman. They get married. blah blah blah.
Once again, another good listen. I didn't feel cheated after listening to this. The ending was interesting. It was almost as if the author was setting things up for a part 2. But I doubt it.
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