Book Reviews of The Red Church

The Red Church
The Red Church
Author: Scott Nicholson
ISBN-13: 9780786015030
ISBN-10: 0786015039
Publication Date: 6/1/2002
Pages: 352
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.

3.3 stars, based on 30 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 5
This book was recommended to me, so I thought I'd try it, the horror fan that I am. I couldn't put it down, a fast-paced storyline where the Reverend Archer McFall is believed to be God's Second Son and Jesus a liar, creepy! The characters were not very complex, with the exception of Ronnie Day and Sheriff Frank Littlefield, the good guys, but that is to be expected with your average horror novel. Frank is haunted with guilt over the death of his little brother, a Halloween prank gone terribly wrong, and Ronnie is terrified of the Bell Monster in the haunted red church. This novel was a Bram Stoker Award First Novel Nominee in 2003, great page-turner, scary! I look forward to reading more of Scott Nicholson's work very soon.
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Helpful Score: 1
absolutely amazing book! he's now one of my fav authors! couldnt put it down... really unique
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Fairly good story of good vs. evil. Nice, quick read.
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This was a good--and creepy--book, but was not what I expected.
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a good combination of creepy and edge of your seat page turner.
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For twenty years,the red church has stood empty.Crumbling to ruin,ithas become a site for Halloween pranks and the setting for ghost stories-including one about the thing that lives in the bell tower,a creature being blamed for a brutal murder that occurred in the church's graveyard......
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Pretty boring.