Book Reviews of Sepulchre

Sepulchre
Sepulchre
Author: James Herbert
ISBN-13: 9780515101010
ISBN-10: 051510101X
Publication Date: 8/1/1989
Pages: 334
Rating:
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.
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3.1 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Jove
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
It wasn't scary and I totally did not get what the horror aspect of this story was supposed to be. It was very slow moving and pretty much went nowhere.
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Helpful Score: 1
I've read a few of James Herbert's books and enjoyed them. Was very excited to read another one. This was definitely a disappointment. I was so utterly bored through 97% of this book. I had no care for the characters and it was a struggle just to finish it. But I did and was rewarded with the last 3%. That was when it got exciting and then next thing you know it ended. I would not recommend this book. If you want to read any of Herbert's work I would go with Fluke, The Magic Cottage, The Fog (all of these I read and enjoyed) but skip this one!
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A psychic blessed with the power to spot gold, diamonds and oil beneath the surface of the earth. His bodyguard, Halloran, whose gnawing curiosity seals his fate in a tomb of unearthly fear. And an ancient evil so horrifying that dreaming of it can cause madness, death....and worse.

Great book - true horror.
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A house with dark and terrible secrets--so begins the jacket description. Another good tale of horror from Herbert.