Book Reviews of Billy

Billy
Billy
Author: Whitley Strieber
ISBN-13: 9780425129555
ISBN-10: 0425129551
Publication Date: 10/1/1991
Pages: 387
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 22 ratings
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group
Book Type: Paperback
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I read this book about 10 yrs ago and loved it!!! A very well written book on a very sick subject.
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Very good book. Suspenseful and scary.
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Another great thriller form Strieber. This one, about an abducted child will make you squirm because it has been so much in the news lately about stranger abduction. But never fear, Billy is an unusual child, with a keen sense of what do to stay alive!! A real page turner!
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I COULD NOT PUT THIS ONE DOWN,GREAT AND SCAREY.
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A real page turnner.
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QUICK READ!!!
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He picked Billy out of a crowd at the mall, followed his every step, obsessed with this bright, perfect child. He would take him far away, keep him as the sone he'd always wanted. For Barton Royal, finding Billy was a dream come true. For Billy Neary, torn from the security of his loving family, it was a nightmare beyond his imagination. And his terro had only began........ Great read, I had a hard time putting it down but raises goosebumps
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He picked Billy out of a crowd at the mall, followed his every step, obsessed with this bright, perfect child. He would take him far away, keep him as the son he'd always wanted. For Barton Royal, finding Billy was a dream come true.

For Billy Neary, torn from the security of his loving family, it was a nightmare beyond his imagination. And the terror had only just begun.