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Sineater

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 4, 2005

    One Of The Only

    I Don't Read Too Many Books At All. Not Many Can Keep My Interest Or Attention, But I Read Sineater In Only A Couple Of Sittings And Read IT Twice Since. I Loved This Book Very Much

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2000

    Strong characters, suspensful.

    Elizabeth Massie accurately depicts rural Virginia. She makes you believe in the characters, never takes the easy way out. She portrays a complex religious situation with gravity and a keen eye. The plot starts out slow, but by the end is extremely suspensful. I love being surprised by a book and I rarely am these days. This one's a keeper.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2000

    Both scary and moving at the same time!

    This book had all the scares I look for in a horror novel, but it also had very human characters I really cared about. Joel, the main character, is a boy who has deal with the stigma of being the son of the 'Sineater.' The sineater is a rejected, feared outcast who is considered too full of evil to even look at. But Joel, with the help of Burke, the fiesty new kid to the isolated mountain community, decides to find out for himself who he is, where he comes from, and whether those who hold power over others are always right. A great read that I recommend highly!!! This won a Bram Stoker Award, and I'm not surprised!

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