Paperback Ó Shadow Land PDF á

Paperback  Ó Shadow Land PDF á This tale of supernatural horror from the author of Koko , The Talisman and Mr X concerns two boys at a New England boarding school Del introduces Tom to his world of magic tricks But at Shadowland Del s uncle s lakeside estate their hobby suddenly takes on muchsinister tones

10 thoughts on “Shadow Land

  1. Leo . Leo . says:

    This book I read when I was a teenager It is a fantastic book by a literary great.Finished reading it again recently while I was away I enjoyed it again Five stars.

  2. Maciek Maciek says:

    Peter Straub came to prominence in 1979 with Ghost Story, an old fashioned spooky ghost tale which I wasn t really a fan of though I appreciate it A year later, in 1980, he published Shadowland, a coming of age novel which can be classified as dark fantasy with horror eleme

  3. mark monday mark monday says:

    Strange to think that a perfectly good novel can be ruined by a few missteps, but that s the case for me here Shadowland is, for the most part, impeccably written Straub is a smart author, an intellectual even, and the rather clinical arm s length he keeps from his subject a

  4. Daniel Greene Daniel Greene says:

    This book is severely weird I have a lot of thoughts Review coming soon.

  5. Dirk Grobbelaar Dirk Grobbelaar says:

    Revisited ReviewI really enjoy this kind of horror Shadowland has an elaborate build up, and the reader invests quite a bit in the story before things start going awry This means that you actually do care about what happens next There s also a very real world feel to the event

  6. Rebecca McNutt Rebecca McNutt says:

    It s been a long time since I ve read anything by Peter Straub I loved his earlier novel Julia and its accompanying 1970 s film adaptation starring Mia Farrow, but often I have trouble finding his books for sale, and I get distracted into buying something else I m glad I decide

  7. Char Char says:

    I didn t love this as much as I did the first time around, but it was still pretty damn good.

  8. J.K. Grice J.K. Grice says:

    I could only make it through half this book before I just had to quit Another Straub novel that did not work for me.

  9. Tony Tony says:

    I really a fish walks by eating a taco want to like this tiiiiin rooof book but rustedI just get sidetracked once there was a mouse and a squirrel, but that was a long time ago just kept getting distracted a taco walks by eating a fish by the trippy dream sequences the sound of a

  10. Barry Barry says:

    Some of thesurreal moments, as well as the occasional switches in narratives, made this book a little hard to follow at times, but there IS a reason I gave this book five stars it was terrific It s not the all out horror fest that the cover of the 1980 s paperback promised, but the

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