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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Superbly written - a modern masterpiece!

Douglas Clegg completes his Terror Trilogy (Nightmare House, Mischief, and now The Infinite) with one of the most haunting novels of the year. Take Harrow; a recently renovated boarding school with an extensive history of suspense and evil. Add a cast of unforgett...
Douglas Clegg completes his Terror Trilogy (Nightmare House, Mischief, and now The Infinite) with one of the most haunting novels of the year. Take Harrow; a recently renovated boarding school with an extensive history of suspense and evil. Add a cast of unforgettable characters - weave in a bit of suspense and throw in a dash of terror for good measure, let is simmer for 384 pages; and you have a page-turner that is guaranteed to hold on and not let go. At the heart, it is a page-turner filled with vivid imagery and believable characters. In a nutshell, it's hauntingly fun, and sure to send shivers up your spine. Superbly written - a modern masterpiece! As a reader, I am left with a sense of completion of the Terror Trilogy; but I yearn for more. I have to ask; is THE INFINATE the final chapter on Harrow? Or are there more chapters to come? Regardless, Clegg has left all of us with a hunting page turner for this Halloween season. When The Infinite leaves you thirsty for more, I also recommend Douglas Cleggs': The Nightmare Chronicles, You Come When I Call you, and Naomi.

posted by Anonymous on October 16, 2001

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Okay...

I've purchased all four Harrow books in the series. Sadly, the last in the series, titled THE ABANDONED, is the only one I'd give five stars. THE INFINITE story line drags on and on for two thirds of the book. Lots of grammatical errors. I'd fire my editor and proof re...
I've purchased all four Harrow books in the series. Sadly, the last in the series, titled THE ABANDONED, is the only one I'd give five stars. THE INFINITE story line drags on and on for two thirds of the book. Lots of grammatical errors. I'd fire my editor and proof reader if I were the author. I didn't read the books in order, and the reader doesn't need to. What I DID like was the character development, the interaction between them, and the last third of the novel. I think I bought this for $2.99, so it was worth it. Try THE ABANDONED. It will keep your interest throughout.

~ DO

posted by CAReaderDO on July 2, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2013

    Okay...

    I've purchased all four Harrow books in the series. Sadly, the last in the series, titled THE ABANDONED, is the only one I'd give five stars. THE INFINITE story line drags on and on for two thirds of the book. Lots of grammatical errors. I'd fire my editor and proof reader if I were the author. I didn't read the books in order, and the reader doesn't need to. What I DID like was the character development, the interaction between them, and the last third of the novel. I think I bought this for $2.99, so it was worth it. Try THE ABANDONED. It will keep your interest throughout.

    ~ DO

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 24, 2007

    Decent For What It Is

    I had high hopes for this book, but it wasn't as good as I thought it would be. It is too short of a book for how some of the time is spent by the characters in it. It was good, just not great.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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