I read the book before the movie and enjoyed both. However there's nothing like the book to let your imagination form pictures that will make you turn the pages quickly, wondering what will happen next! Lots of suspense and well-written.
When recent divorcee Meg Altman and her ten-year-old daughter, Sarah, move to New York City to start fresh, they buy the former Upper West Side home of an eccentric millionaire. Most bizarre among the brownstone's features is a vault-life steel-encased room with a phone line, emergency supplies, and a wall of closed circuit tvs monitoring the townhouse. It's called the Panic Room, and it's meant to provide a sense of security. Instead, it just makes Meg nervous.
When three burglars break in, Meg and Sarah are forced to seek refuge in the high-tech bunker. They've barely breathed a sigh of relief before they realized the intruders are after something located inside the Panic Room---and they're not leaving until they get it. Terrified and trapped, mother and daughter must use every last resource to fight for their home...and their lives.
when recent divorcee meg altman and her ten year old daughter sarah, move up to new york city to start fresh, they buy the former upper west side home of an eccentric millionare. most bizzare among the brownstone's features is a vault like steel encased room whit a phone line, emergency supplies and a wall of closed circut tvs monitoring the townhouse. its called the panic room,and its meant to provide a sense of sercurity. insted, it jsut makes meg nervous.
when three burglars break in meg and sarah are forced to seek refuge in the high tech bunker. they're barely breathed a sigh of relief before they relized the intruders are after soemthing located inside the panic room- and they're no leaving until they get it.Terrified and trapped, mother and daughter must use every last resource to fight fr their home.....and their lives.