Book Reviews of Age of Consent

Age of Consent
Age of Consent
Author: Howard Mittelmark
ISBN-13: 9780451220578
ISBN-10: 0451220579
Publication Date: 2/6/2007
Pages: 320
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 32 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
Not your usual haunted house or ghost story. high-paced and very sad and creepy. I loved it and read it in one sitting!!
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Helpful Score: 4
Great scary book--couldn't put it down! A professor moves his family to a sight where a ghost that was a 1970's radical changes their lives.
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Helpful Score: 4
this was a very good story the horror it portrayed was as close to real as I have seen in a while. excellant read
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Helpful Score: 1
Some books take a few pages or chapters before they "hook" you. Not this book, it caught me at the very beginning. It held my interest all through the book with no dull moments.
I would not reccomend this book for young readers. It does contain sex, drugs and profanity.
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I am an avid Dean Koontz and Bently Little reader and am used to scary unexplained happinings. I was very dissapointed in this book: the lead up and parts of the story line were good but the ending was such a let down that the good parts did not make up for it. This may be a good book for a person just getting into scary books and new to the genre but not for the horror fans.
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Good reading, characters are not confused. A lot of history about religious beliefs. Worth reading.
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I read a horror story once in awhile and this one started out fairly interesting then it just got filthy with all aspects--language, sex, gore, etc. and by half way I was very tired of trying to get through all the filth. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone!
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A ghost story that jumps from decade to decade. Not too scary. Some sexual content and violence.
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Once upon a time, a group of student radicals found a leader and followed him beyond all reason. Years before that, in the same place, a prophet was visited by an angel and followed it to a horrible end.
Peter Coulter ignored the strange rumors about the house-until things started changing. His sister, Ginny, once outgoing and popular, is now secretive and self destructive. Peter's nightmares have become so vivid, so REAL. His father is possessed by a sudden calling from God. And all of them have seen the long haired stranger in the woods. The one who wants them to do such shameful things, and who beckons them to follow him...