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The Night of the Moonbow
The Night of the Moonbow
Author: Thomas Tryon
ISBN-13: 9780440205081
ISBN-10: 0440205085
Publication Date: 7/1/1990
Pages: 385
Rating:
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3.8 stars, based on 24 ratings
Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Paperback
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Thomas Tryon is an excellent author. His books are subtle and creepy. He has a distinctive style all it's own.
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Cabin7 was supposed to be the lucky one at Camp Friend-Indeed,a bible-camp nestled in the piney woods next to Moonbow lake in rural
Conn.But it was 1938,a year notorious for cruelty,unnatural acts and terror.And one orphan boy would start the terror all over again,in
cabin7.
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Camp Friend-Indeed wass a Bible camp nestled in the piney woods next to Moonbow Lake in rural Connecticut. The camp motto was "Glad men from happy boys," but the new camper would bring a chilling secret to this final season...a season when the legendary moonbow would appear over the lake, when an ordierly society of boys would transform itself into something primitive and dangerous...when an evil already loose in the world would be made flesh in one summer night of murder and madness.
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Camp 7 was supposed to be the lucky one at Camp Friend-Indeed nestled in the piney woods next to Moonbow Lake in rural Conn., but one summer night turns into a night of murder and madness.
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Cabin 7 was supposed to be the lucky one at Camp Friend-Indeed, a Bible Camp nestled in the piney woods next to Moonbow Lake in rural CT. But it was 1938, a year notorious for cruelty, unnatural acts and terror.

Cabin 7 was chosen to get the new Camper--a mysterious orphan with a talent for music and more interest in collecting spiders than winning at baseball.

The camp motto was "Glad men from happy boys," but the new camper would bring a chilling secret to this final season...a season when the legendary moonbow would appear over the lake, when an orderly society of boys wouuld transform itself into something primitive and dangerous...when the evil already loose in the world would be made flesh in one summer night of murder and madness.
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Cabin 7 was supposed to be the lucky one at Camp Friend-Indeed, a Bible-camp nestled in the piney woods, next to Moonbow Lake in rural Connecticut. But it was 1938 a year notoriousfor cruelty, unnatual acts and terror.

Cabin 7 was chosen to get the new camper - a mysterious orphan with a talent for msic and more interest in collection spiders than winning at baseball.
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Members should know that the author only reads part of this book. The rest is by an unnamed narrator.