The God Project

The God Project

by John Saul
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The God Project by John Saul

Something is happening to the children of Eastbury, Massachusetts. Something that causes healthy babies to turn cold in their cribs. Something that strikes at the heart of every parent's darkest fears. Something is taking the children one by one. Now, an entire town waits on the edge of panic for the next nightmare. there must be a reason for the terror. they all know it. But no one ever suspected...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780553262582
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 05/28/1983
Edition description: Reissue
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 428,320
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.90(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

John Saul’s first novel, Suffer the Children, was an immediate million-copy bestseller. His other bestselling suspense novels include Perfect Nightmare, Black Creek Crossing, and The Presence. He is also the author of the New York Times bestselling serial thriller The Blackstone Chronicles, initially published in six installments but now available in one complete volume. Saul divides his time between Seattle and Hawaii.

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God Project 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 30 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
What is the mystery behind the rate of SIDS in infants and the disappearance of male children in the small town of Eastbury, Massachussetts? THE GOD PROJECT, which made its debut in 1982, is a futuristic look at medical technology gone awry. Its characterizations appear straight from contemporary news headlines. This is one of Mr. Saul's most chilling works, if not the most, and I highly reccommend it for anyone who likes technological thrillers or science fiction.
Alissa Harris More than 1 year ago
The ending was by far the best of any book I haave ever read, but as the other guy/girl said it had an insane amoint of errors gramitically.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book goes where even science fiction doesn't dare. SIDS and playing God go hand and hand in this classic John Saul novel... it's one man's belief that he can control/create children who are in essence 'perfect'. But as it always does, there's a catch 22. Just because you create it, doesn't mean you can control it as the story soon proves through it's young main characters. Saul's endings always allow room for the reader's speculation, but this one will leave you wondering about the boy mowing the yard next door or the little girl playing with her dolls down the street.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read this book for the first time when I was eight, back in 1983. My mother owned a copy and (of course) said I wasn't allowed to read it... We follow two boys, Randy and Jason, through many (could that really happen?) terrifying situations. As with most of Saul's books, it eirily chilling and will have you second guessing your paradigms of real life. If you're looking for a 'can't put it down', 'gave me nightmares for a week', 'read it in a day' thriller....then this story is for you. Buy it! You'll love it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
this book was wonderful. I couldn't put it down. the story started out thrilling and kept me on the edge of my seat up until the last page which almost made me pee my pants it was frightening.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was very good. It really makes you think. The things described in this book could really be going on. I believe it's kind of futurific. If you enjoy books that read good from beginning to end, you'll love this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Brilliant
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Readers note this is from 1982 when computers were fairly new, as was recombinate DNA tech. The scenario has since been beaten to death on all media so the shock experienced by our sleuths may not be as surprising to you as it was to earlier readers. The e publication is riddled with bizarre auto correct eroors (how I miss human proof readers!) such as turning 'back' into 'bade'. Distracting but all too common. An ejoyable, quick read in 'science run amuck'. Not too much science since it is told from the perspective of our sleuths and not of the experimenters.
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You have to read this! I couldn't put it down.
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Amazing concept and creepy!
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Another page turner from JS he always thrills u especially this one..haunting
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book.....well....i dont think i liked it. It's hard to decide. You think this book is going to have this big thing at the end....but almost everybody gets killed (well, all my faves), i couldnt tell what the 'dangerous project' is, and the sweetest lil boys are turned into monster....saul, the beggining was fantastic, but the end needs work
Guest More than 1 year ago
As an average teenager, I'm expected not to enjoy or understand stimulating books such as this one, but I tell you this is the best book I've ever read, and I recommend that you go and pick this book up immediately! NOTE:DON'T READ THE EPILOGUE FIRST! IT RUINS THE WHOLE BOOK!!!!