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Comes the Blind Fury

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 28, 2011

    Good read

    I read this when i was eleven, now im thirteen, and i could understand it clearly. It does have an exciting plotline but in a more laid back sort of way. I loved seeing michelle change and how amanda influenced her. Michelles thought process was slowing evolving throughout the book, doubting her parents, becoming jealous of her baby sister, angering at things that she would have thought nothing of before. Amanda was using Michelle, she gained her trust based on the fact that they were both "cripples" Michelle didnt realize that, Amanda, whom shed come to trust was actually just turning her on her family, and ultimatly, driving her insane. I loved this book it was easy to understand but not the most thought provoking book ever. Still great read, id recommend it.

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  • Posted January 31, 2013

    I've read several of John Saul's books and found the story and c

    I've read several of John Saul's books and found the story and characters interesting. I read them in Nook form and find many typo errors which take away from the enjoyment of the reading. I haven't read any of his writing in printed form. I'm just wondering if the typo's are due to the books being converted to ebook? If not for all the typos I would give it a four star rating.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 7, 2010

    How many kids must fall off a cliff before someone puts up a fence?

    This lack of common sense is typical of John Saul novels, but after reading several of his books, I understand that it's not common sense, nor great characters (all too often stereotypical and one-dimensional) nor even intriguing plots (they follow a standard format), but simply that you know what to expect when you pick up one of his novels. Twelve to fifteen-year-olds will likely enjoy his books, as may adults who want to enjoy a quick read at the beach or who want to take a break from heavier stuff. Enjoyable if you aren't expecting too much.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2003

    JOHN SAUL IS A COOL WRITER

    This book totally rules but its not his best

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