Dominion

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Something really strange is happening to Dion, the new boy in school. Odd-girl-out Penelope understands completely. Something is happening to her too. They were made for each other. And together, they're going to raise hell.

When Dion Semele moves to Napa, all he wants is to fit in. But his new life soon becomes a twisted nightmare, as mysterious townspeople claim he is the vessel for the resurrection of the god, Dionysus. Soon Dion and his girlfriend Penelope are ...

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Overview

Something really strange is happening to Dion, the new boy in school. Odd-girl-out Penelope understands completely. Something is happening to her too. They were made for each other. And together, they're going to raise hell.

When Dion Semele moves to Napa, all he wants is to fit in. But his new life soon becomes a twisted nightmare, as mysterious townspeople claim he is the vessel for the resurrection of the god, Dionysus. Soon Dion and his girlfriend Penelope are caught in a battle for control of their souls and their town as malignant forces plunge Napa into an abyss of debauchery and blood. Original.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780451187482
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 1/28/2008
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Reissue
  • Pages: 416
  • Product dimensions: 4.44 (w) x 6.68 (h) x 1.13 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2008

    b. little puts king & koontz to shame!

    this was my first dip into the bloodpool of bentley little & it was a horrific, gory tale that reeked of spilled entrails & sex!.... loved every page! little is better than king & koontz--two of the most overrated authors in the genre--& has fun slamming his devoted fans faces into the concrete wall that is his honest prose again & again! he never censors himself & hits you hard with shocking scenes only he could think of--& they are gruesome to behold. i love bentley little's horror & he should be proud he has his own voice when writing his novels. people should stop comparing him to king or koontz because he injects satire into his books which makes them all the more fantastic. DOMINION is a horror novel i wish i wrote because it thinks outside the box--reveling in its excess. love it! love it! love it! i would also recommend THE VANISHING--it too is so over-the-top you have to read it to believe it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 26, 2004

    No one writes it like Little

    I've been a Bentley Little fan for quite some time, and no book has shocked me as much as this one. This book is crazy, creative, and apparently has no boundries or limits. I would recommend this story to any book lover who loves a great horror story. This is not a book for those who are squeamish.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2004

    Im Hooked

    Not having read any horror books in the past five years or so this book has got me energized again. This is the first novel I have read by B.Little and wont be my last. I cant say enough about this book. From the opening Prologue to the last chapter this book had me going.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2002

    Ancient Gods In Modern Times

    This was the first Bentley Little novel that I read; my girlfriend has been a fan for years and the notion of the old gods resurrected in modern day intrigued me. I didn't see what all the fuss was about when I heard how graphic this one was supposed to be. Perhaps I'm jaded, but it didn't really affect my reading of the story. It didn't really strike me as a horror book--it was more of a variation of the coming-of-age tale. Dion Semele is born into his role as the fated vessel of the returning god Dionysus, the horror coming from his realization of his role in the fulfillment of that prophecy, his connection to Penelope, and the possibility that there may not be anything he can do to prevent it from happening. It was a quick read, kept me up one night, and very interesting. In fact, it prompted me to read my next three Little novels back to back. Well worth the money.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2002

    Cant put it down

    I first read this book in Jr. high and now years later it has stayed my favorite book. The explicite details of the horrific yet intrestingly sexual accounts were grand.I could read this this over and over again. Iv'e had a lot of other people read this as well and they all agree. I almost had to fight them to get my book back. So if you like a little rough sex in your reading or maybe a little gore, then this is the book for you.

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  • Posted August 4, 2009

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    Horror MIXED with mythological twists

    Once again Bentley Little hits the spot with another GREAT novel. 'Dominion' is jam-packed with raw experiences, which horror fans come to love. Although a horror novel, Little mixes some romance, and passion which makes it an enjoyable read that you just wont wanna put down. This novel is broken down in two parts, the 'beginning' of the transformations in Dion and Penelope, and part two is when all hell brakes loose. I loved this novel, and it will stand in my top favorites! Horror fans need to not only get their hands on 'Dominion' but also on Little's other books. You will be surprised, yet glad you read them!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2009

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    GREAT HORROR READ

    I love reading all kinds of books, and just recently got hooked on horror. This was my first Bentley Little book, and it had me from the start. The mystery, suspense, blood, gore, and sex in this novel kept me wanting to read more. I was also surprised by the background concept for this book, and anyone who enjoys the Sookie Stackhouse novels or TrueBlood on HBO will also realize that a familiar term appears, making the novel that more interesting (No, nothing to do with vampires). I can't wait to read my next Little book!

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