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Lo squartatore Una cittadina sul mare un antico cimitaro abbandonato un gruppo di ragazzi decisi a festeggiare nel modo pi inconsueto la notte di Halloween dominio incontrastato delle forze del Male ma anche all

Una cittadina sul mare, un antico cimitaro abbandonato, un gruppo di ragazzi decisi a festeggiare nel modo pi inconsueto la notte di Halloween, dominio incontrastato delle forze del Male, ma anche allegra occasione per fare baldoria La festa mascherata, per , si trasformer in un incubo, quando una creatura misteriosa striscer fuori dall oscurit di Cemetery Point, pronUna cittadina sul mare, un antico cimitaro abbandonato, un gruppo di ragazzi decisi a festeggiare nel modo pi inconsueto la notte di Halloween, dominio incontrastato delle forze del Male, ma anche allegra occasione per fare baldoria La festa mascherata, per , si trasformer in un incubo, quando una creatura misteriosa striscer fuori dall oscurit di Cemetery Point, pronta a uccidere, a distruggere, a nutrirsi del dolore e del sangue di chi l ha incautamente evocata Un horror classico da leggersi in un fiato, senza dimenticare di guardarsi alle spalle

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  1. D.E Athkins a.k.a Deathkins is one of the pseudonyms used by published author Nola Thacker Nola has also written several other books under the pseudonym Tom B.Stone.

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  1. Um Look, I wasn t expecting much from this, but still So first of all, I could NOT keep track of anybody s name I kept having to go back to the first chapter or whatever to figure out who was who Then there was the way Everything seemed So stilted because of all The short sentences I get it Suspense OOH.Then the actual storyline was just plop to be honest I ve read a couple of other books in this series and enjoyed them this was not one of them TBH my favourite part was how the burger place was [...]


  2. Oh Em Gee this book scared me when I was a kid The British title for this is The Cemetery US title The Ripper and I first read it when my Papa bought me a copy when I was 9 or 10, and sleeping alone on the top floor of my father s gothic Hampstead almost mansion, right next to you guessed it, a cemetery.Yeah, nightmare central I ve never been so glad for my bratty baby sisters to wake me up at 4am.This time around, it s still a pretty horrific read I ve read it enough times by now, and remember [...]


  3. It s kind of sad that the cover artwork is probably my favourite thing about this book Look at it, it s classic Point Horror Of course, this book and I didn t start off on the right foot anyway, considering that the US title is different and I accidentally bought a copy of The Ripper as well I was willing to give this a chance though, especially as the plot sounded like a classic horror setting a bunch of teenagers hold a party, get drunk and stumble onto and or awaken something which starts kil [...]


  4. I missed out on the point horror books as a child I have recently read The Unseen from the series, as my mother found it when clearing out my baby sisters room and made the correct assumption that it was mine I am steadily falling in love with these short little novels and deeply regret not being able to read them when they were age appropriate The writing style is concise without the typical teen romance filler that I was concerned was going to arise from the relationship between Charity the ma [...]


  5. Actual page number 162 pagesIt s bad I mean the several problems with this book are 1 Writing is hard to decipher as it s mostly stilted sentences with fragmentation in the mix.2 Too many characters that the book keeps switching to characters mind that there s no room for development and I can t tell what these characters are because of this structure I suppose there s one main character who tried to solve the case but she s pretty bland.3 The book has several plot holes that are left in the dar [...]


  6. Managed to get my hands on a copy earlier this year, wanted to re read as I seemed to think it was one of the better books in the Point Horror series Printed in the UK as The Cemetery and not The Ripper, it took me about an hour to read it from start to finish Of course reading it again now as an adult and not a teen you appreciate it s not a great work of literature but still enjoyable all the same I remember the book on tape was quite terrifying The book centers around a group of friends who g [...]


  7. This was terrible It made no sense and there were 11 main characters running around who were barely distinguishable.Teenagers in a graveyard getting picked off by a supernatural killer I love that sort of stuff How hard is it to get wrong In D.E Athkins hands, it s a total mess


  8. Really good I love D.E Athkins Although my favourite has to be The Bride I was slightly confused at the ending though Don t know if that is me being slow Reading it too quickly or if it really is a confusing ending D


  9. I really wanted to read this book, but it quickly became unoriginal, choppy and boring, with no character development and extremely limited vocabulary The plot wasn t very original nor was it interesting.


  10. I have to say, I don t recall liking this when I was 13, and I didn t much like it now It was rushed, hodge podge, and in my mind the ending was just slap dash and unbelievable I just didn t like the book much as a whole, and I wouldn t recommend it to anyone.


  11. The WTF moments where a plenty Some of the dialog between the teens WTF Too many characters that had me flipping back pages to remember who was who WTF Coming to the end it became rushed and left some things unexplained WTF


  12. this is baaaad really bad there s a female character Charity her nickname is Char but the reader says it like Cher also waaaayyytoo many characters.



  13. This one also freaked me out AUGH I hate this Books don t usually freak me out This one did Sighs Anyway, read this at your own risk, especially near Halloween.



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