No Sanctuary

No Sanctuary

by Richard Laymon

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ISBN-13: 9781477837108
Publisher: Amazon Publishing
Publication date: 03/31/2014
Edition description: Reissue
Pages: 343
Sales rank: 1,115,154
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.00(d)

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No Sanctuary 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Panic_Parade More than 1 year ago
Great book the only reason it is marked down is because when i bought it i didn't know there were two novellas that ended together in it not one whole novel witch i was looking for (they don't advertise that in description) but it kept me reading and was fairly quick paced, i have to tell you its not for the faint hearted if you don't like being scared don't read it he is very gory and sexual in his novels and this is no exception, i have to admit one of the story-lines was boring at times but overall good wile the other story-line put the hairs on your arms standing strait up
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Guest More than 1 year ago
scary, fast paced book that revolves around fears that some people have about being alone in the woods. Definitely worth a read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the second Laymon title I've read, and though it isn't as good as the other one, Island, I won't hammer it too hard. The main characters are interesting, especially Gillian the house breaker, who gets off on breaking into and living in other people's homes while they are away. On the opposing side of the character spectrum Laymon runs the reader through a gamut of villains, some real and some only thought to be evil. This is great, and it keeps the reader in constant speculation as to what will come next. But unfortunately, when the true villain of the story (serial killer Frederick Holden) shows up at the end, he is woefully underdeveloped, and winds up playing only a bit part. Gillian finds out he's a serial killer while living in his home, but the clues are stereotypically boring--bondage films and mags, a gun, books on famous killers, etc.--all the usual stuff. No surprises there. Instead of bringing in Angus the Mountain Man, perhaps more time should have been devoted to Holden. The writing here could have been better, but with respect to Richard Laymon this book was written near the end of his life (though I don't know how he died). There can be no excuses for his editor and publisher, for typos and misspellings abound. There is no island of 'Mauii'. I'm sure Laymon knew this and spelled it accordingly, as his geographical knowledge seems strong. An editor changed it into that from Maui, I'll bet...without bothering to consult an atlas or dictionary. Just another example of the laziness prevalent in the publishing industry.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I picked this book up about a year ago and this is the one that got me reading Laymon books. No Sanctuary kept my attention all the way through and was unlike anything I have read before. After reading this I ran to the closest book store and grabbed another Laymon book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
You can't imagine all the things that happen to the characters in this book. Thats what's a little 'out there.' However, it's still an amazing book. Keeps you on the edge of your seat! This was my first Laymon book so I have nothing to compare it with yet. I have just started another one so that has to tell you it was a worth while read. All I can say about this without giving anything away is that I won't be headed out into the woods anytime soon!