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Endless Night
Endless Night
Author: Richard Laymon
Jody is pretty tough for a sixteen-year-old girl. That's the only reason she's still alive - for now. She was sleeping over at her friend Evelyn's house when a group of killers broke in and tried to slaughter everyone. She saw Evelyn spitted on a spear, but Jody managed to escape, along with Evelyn's little brother, Andy. — Simon ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780843951844
ISBN-10: 0843951842
Publication Date: 2004
Pages: 466
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 97 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 9
This is absolutely the most gruesome, sick, twisted book that I have ever read! It is about a sixteen-year-old girl named Jody who nearly gets slaughtered by a group of killers, the Krulls, while sleeping over at her friend Evelyn's house. Jody manages to escape along with Evelyn's little brother, Andy, while Simon, one of the Krull members, is left behind. Simon's job is to finish off the witnesses or else his girlfriend and his family will be next. Simon becomes obsessed with Jody and can't wait to get to her. I am a big fan of horror novels and this one gave me the chills! It kept my pulse racing, yet I couldn't stop turning the pages, had to find out how it ended. Laymon does not hold back, no lack in details with this one, extremely graphic. If this book were to be made into a movie, I'm not not sure I could stomach watching it, it's that disgusting. If you have a heart condition, do not read this book! It was my first Richard Laymon read, but it definitely won't be the last!
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Helpful Score: 5
Grabs you from the beginning. But be warned -- quite a graphic - grotesque book.
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Helpful Score: 4
THIS IS THE BEST BOOK IVE READ IN MONTHS. the timing, the plot, the characters, the feel of the book was something a reader longs for. i read this book in one night. i couldnt stop and wanted more.
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Helpful Score: 3
Good, but very violent and scary. Not for the faint hearted!
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Helpful Score: 3
Very easy book to read! i LOVE when books start off with a bang as this one did even better when it keeps that pace throuhout the entire book! Highly reccomemd this one if your a horror fan ...its a typical LAymon book...gore, sex and more gore and sex!
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I have to admit that I may not be scoring this book fairly by giving it an average rating. It IS well-written, and the characters are believably depicted---TOO believably.
I couldn't finish the book because I was afraid it would give me nightmares for months to come.
A group of young men go out on a thrill-kill spree. (This is their 'hobby'!) One nasty punk gets a major hard-on for a girl who managed to escape during one gory kill-night, and he determines to get her.
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Pretty creepy book. It started off with a bang and had me hooked. For most part the rest of the book was fast paced as well. It was really a gruesome book and had me pretty grossed out through much of it but that kind of stuff doesn't bother me. If it bothers you then this is not a book you'll want to read.
It's about a girl named Jody who is having a sleepover at her friend's house. She ends up witnessing the death of her friend and her parents. Only her and her friend's little brother, Andy, survive. Now they are witnesses to the crime and the creeps who committed them won't stop until they are out of the picture.
What I liked most about the book is you get what is happening with the victims then it goes to the point of view of one of the killers. You get to see inside his sick and depraved mind and see how he doesn't really see the world as most others do but is still able to pass himself off as pretty normal. Very creepy. Laymon does and excellent job at seeing into this killer's mind. Did this book scare me? No but it did creep me out. This is my first Laymon book. Can't wait to read more!
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Hang on for blood, guts, gore and sex--you won't put it down until the end.