Book Reviews of The Burning

The Burning
The Burning
Author: Bentley Little
ISBN-13: 9780451219145
ISBN-10: 0451219147
Publication Date: 8/1/2006
Pages: 391
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 98 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Pretty much stock Bentley Little - a few scary surprises but overall not a great horror book.
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Helpful Score: 3
A good book, but in my opinion not as good as Little's books usually are. Still, I would recommend it.
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Helpful Score: 3
This wasn't Little's best work. It was strange and interesting, but not a must-read.
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Helpful Score: 3
Well written, the characters, while they didn't all interact, came together well. It was a little shallow in some areas, but not enough to bore you to tears.
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Helpful Score: 3
The back of the book doesn't go in depth on the story line, it is one of those "Bad summary, AWESOME book!" scenarios. I love the story, it is a supernatural thriller...and I DO mean thriller...I would read Stephen King until Midnight but not this one...
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Helpful Score: 2
Another excellent Bentley Little.If you don't know his works?GET ON IT!!You needn't miss another second, just check out this book..A very uniques plot line keeps you reading on...not as gory as many of his books, it does give new light to a part of USA history that few know (or care) about..
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Helpful Score: 1
Wow! You never know what you'll get with Bentley Little!

This book is very graphic in describing some of the 'events' and might be offensive but yet---it is considered 'horror'
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Helpful Score: 1
Great story, keeps you interested all the way through. If you like the Horror genre you will love Bentley Little!
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Helpful Score: 1
This guy is way sick. Be ready for absolutly anything.
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This was a good book, it was kind of slow in a few spots but picked right back up again pretty quickly. This is not a book you want to read at night when you are out in the woods alone far from civilization...
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Bentley Little is a master of macabre horror! However, this story was like another he's written. I'm hoping that not all of his writings fall under this particular formula: Seemingly random people have the same horror experiences in difference places. One giant force/monster/spirit culmulates and brings everyone together. Huge finale, lots of blood and gore, then... peace and calm. The Burning takes place around the building of the transcontinental railroad and racism.
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This book was great! I haven't read a horror in a while that was not psychological. This is a supernatural horror.

I've found a new favorite author.
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The Burning was a pretty quick read for me. I didn't ejoy it as much as Bentley Little's other book "The Store".
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long winded & so boring......
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Ann Van Helsing has been cursed with a deep psychic ability that renders her insane in the eyrs of all who know her. with a simple touch, she is privy to another's history, thoughts and every desire- a power Ann finds overwhelming. then while searching the near by woods for the ever-elllusive peace, she finds darkllllly mysterios man who will forever change her life. Born a vampire, Stephen Sincai must atone for sins against his own kind. to do so, he has to kill those whom other vampires have made. When Ann finds Stephen injured in the woods, she cannot stop herself from reaching out to help. and in that instance, the knowledge of what stephen is both frightens and fascinates her. as they surrender to forbidden passion, Ann and stephen fight the danger around them. Yet their battle has just begun,as an unseen evil will force them to choose between what they love... and what they fear most.
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Excellent book, classic Bentley Little!
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-Los Angeles Times

A college freshman finds herself stranded in Arizona with no place to stay and nowhere to to run.

Cabin fever closes in on an isolated park ranger, as two sinister beauties lurk in the desert outside his door.

A California divorcee is starting a promising new life. But her young son knows better-because he's seen what's creeping outside the window.

A cross-country traveler is on a journey of self-discovery. But one tourist trap holds its own dreadful surprises...

Four strangers with one thing in common: a mysterious train choking the sky with black smoke, charging trackless across the American night... and carrying an unstoppable evil, raised from the bowels of history, that will bring their worst fears to life.

-Publishers Weekly
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A pretty cool ghost story.
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I love Little's writing,very creative!
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Bentley Little is a good horror writer with as good of an imagination as Stephen King. Definitley worth the time to read. The book is in goog condition. Only read once by myself.
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Stephen King calls him "A master of the Macabre."
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STEPHEN KING quote about the Author "Amaster of the macabre" Touching a part of American History in a way you have not seen.
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Great Reading them All:)