The Deathstone [NOOK Book]

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The Deathstone is, as the Boston Globe describes, the “expertly written, chilling finale to the ‘Stone’ series,” Ken Eulo’s trilogy of horror that has sold over 3 million copies. The occult nightmares of Chandal Knight are long past and she has spent seven good, loving years with her husband, Ron Talon, with whom she had a wonderful little girl, Kristy. When “The Deathstone” opens, Ron, under enormous stress at his Hollywood talent agency after a writer’s strike, is drinking heavily, and little Kristy isn’t ...
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The Deathstone

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Overview

The Deathstone is, as the Boston Globe describes, the “expertly written, chilling finale to the ‘Stone’ series,” Ken Eulo’s trilogy of horror that has sold over 3 million copies. The occult nightmares of Chandal Knight are long past and she has spent seven good, loving years with her husband, Ron Talon, with whom she had a wonderful little girl, Kristy. When “The Deathstone” opens, Ron, under enormous stress at his Hollywood talent agency after a writer’s strike, is drinking heavily, and little Kristy isn’t acting like herself, either. Chandal is thus eager for the family to get away on vacation and they set out to drive across the great American West. An accident in Utah strands them in a remote mountain village. The townspeople there are friendly but some of their customs seem a little strange. While Ron is secretly experiencing violent, psycho-sexual visions and hallucinations, little Kristy is obsessed with creatures no one else can see. When the family participates in the village’s Carnival of Summer, Chandal is traumatized by the realization that an insidious specter of evil is determined to wreak revenge by taking her husband and child. “Mr. Eulo weaves a strange and terrifying tale;” writes Whitney Streiber, “and the ending is deeply chilling. An altogether unforgettable performance!”
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Editorial Reviews

PW - Publisher's Weekly
“Harrowing supernatural ordeals… Eulo builds up the tension expertly, insidiously… a superior thriller."
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015508185
  • Publisher: Author & Company
  • Publication date: 10/18/2012
  • Series: Stone Trilogy , #0
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,249,231
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

The novels of Ken Eulo have sold over 13,000,000 around the world but is also a renowned theater director and Eugene O’Neill-award-winning playwright whose work has been produced on Broadway and at Lincoln Center in New York and at regional theatres like Long Wharf, The Goodman in Chicago and Arena Stage in Washington DC. Ken has also had a terrific television-writing career. He divides his time between Orlando and New York City.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 22, 2012

    Scary, scary, scary.

    Scary, scary, scary.

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