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Nebulon, a sleepy little Florida town: It had never known trouble, never expected it from its smallest, most innocent residents - the children. But something awful was growing in the youngest minds. It began with a child's brutal attack on her mother's lover. A pet obscenely mutilated. A baby drowned in the lake. A man blinded, then savagely stabbed to death. As the small, familiar faces turned away without feeling, the clues lead to old Gustave Nebulon's house and a door that, if opened, may release all the hate the world could hold....

©1980 Hugh B. Cave's Irrevocable Literary Trust - Joe Testa trustee (P)2012 David N. Wilson

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The Nebulon Horror

I would have been comfortable giving this book a 3 or maybe 4* if it had not been so long. It seemed to drag on for me, yet it felt like a bloated short story. I didn't dislike the concept or the approach to the plot. The characters were pretty vanilla and thin though.

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Blandness unto death

Blockish narrative, stilted narrator. The most horrifying part is the possibility of a sequel. Ugh.