Book Reviews of The Home

The Home
The Home
Author: Scott Nicholson
ISBN-13: 9780786017119
ISBN-10: 0786017112
Publication Date: 8/1/2005
Pages: 349
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Pretty good story, on the creepy side.
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Helpful Score: 3
FROM BACK COVER:
For twelve year old freeman Mills, Wendover Home is just another temporary sanctuary that fosters the troubled and unwanted. Biding his time until an opportunity to escape arises, Freeman willtolerate the daily speeches and routines designed to change him into a productive member of society. He will not befriend any of Wendovers other lost causes, nor will he reveal the unique gift bestowed upon him by a father more interested in a scientific guinea pig than a son. Freeman soon learns that there are no secrets at Wendover. Every resident is subject to group therapy, as well as individual sessions in Room Thirteen. It is in this room that Freeman will endure experiments devised to test the abilities of the human mind. And it is these experiments that unleash something meant to stay buried in Wendovers past - something long forgotten, but not forgiving.
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Helpful Score: 2
A young boy is sent to another foster home, but this one is slightly different. The doctor is performing horrific tests on these kids to in Room Thirteen. But the doctor doesn't know that this kid has special powers.
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Helpful Score: 1
Twelve year old Freeman Mills, arrives at Wendover Home determined to bide his time until an opportunity to escape arises, to never make friends at the home and to never reveal the unique gift bestowed on him by a father more interested in a scientific guinea pig than a son.
He soon learns there are no secrets at Wendover. Every resident is subjected to sessions in Room Thirteen, where experiments devised to test the abilities of the human mind are carried out. But the treatments unleash something meant to stay buried in Wendover's past. Something long forgotten, but not forgiving.
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Pretty good!
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from the back cover.

Freeman learns there are no secrets at wendover. every resident is subjected to group therapy. In room 13 freeman will endure experiments that unleash something meant to stay buried in wendover's past.
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The only other book I've read by this author was "The Harvest" and I really didn't care for it. However, I really enjoyed this one. It's practically non-stop horror from beginning to end. I'm going to try one more of his books to see which author shows up before I add him to my must read list.
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Good story with some unexpected twists. This copy is a bit worn, but no tears.