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Welcome to the Pendleton. Built as a tycoon’s dream home in the 1880s and converted to luxury condominiums not quite a century later, the Gilded Age palace at the summit of Shadow Hill is a sanctuary for its fortunate residents. Scant traces remain of the episodes of madness, suicide, mass murder—and whispers of things far worse—that have scarred its grandeur almost from the beginning.
But now inexplicable shadows caper across walls, security cameras relay impossible images, phantom voices mutter in strange tongues, not-quite-human figures lurk in the basement, elevators plunge into unknown depths. With each passing hour a terrifying certainty grows: Whatever drove the Pendleton’s past occupants to their unspeakable fates is at work again. And as nightmare visions become real, as a deadly tide begins to engulf them, the people at 77 Shadow Street will find the key to humanity’s future . . . if they can survive to use it.
Includes the bonus novella The Moonlit Mind .
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|Title of eBook: 77 Shadow Street|
|Release Date: 12-27-2011|
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|Publisher: Random House Publishing Group|
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Title: 77 Shadow Street March 17, 2012 I usually completely enjoy Koontz books, but struggled to read this and skipped over most of it... The story is told in vignettes from many character's perspectives. The numerous characters lack dimension and don't invoke the reader's emotions. The plot, what little there is, is disoriented and lacks the quality of his usual stories.
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Reviewer: A reader from PORT ST. LUCIE, FL USA
March 17, 2012
I usually completely enjoy Koontz books, but struggled to read this and skipped over most of it... The story is told in vignettes from many character's perspectives. The numerous characters lack dimension and don't invoke the reader's emotions. The plot, what little there is, is disoriented and lacks the quality of his usual stories.
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