Book Reviews of A Small Dark Place

A Small Dark Place
A Small Dark Place
Author: Martin Schenk
ISBN-13: 9780345430472
ISBN-10: 0345430476
Publication Date: 3/1/1999
Pages: 404
Rating:
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.
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3.2 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
Very good book, actually I had read it before and didnt realise it till reading again, but read anyway. those who like Koontz type books should like this.
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Helpful Score: 1
Not great, but fun.
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This book has an interesting plot and well developed characters. It's suspenseful so it's difficult to put down; I read it much more quickly than I normally finish a book of this size (404 pages)
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MORE THAN A LITTLE DISTURBING
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Without jobs, withoug savings, without hope, the Wiley family has fallen on hard times. Until they hear the story of a little girl who slipped down and abandoned mine. Americans responded with prayers. And cash. Now the Wileys hatch their own desperate plan. But something goes terribly wrong, as their precious daughter, Andromeda-scared of shadows, monsters, and, most of all, the dark-falls into the darkest place of all.
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Desperate family, unemployed, without hope, hear the story of a little girl who has slipped down into an abandoned mine..they hatch up a plan to get themselves solvent again..but something goes wrong and their own daughter falls into an even darker place. Years later, grown up, and recovered from the incident that made her famous and got her family back on its financial feet...
She comes back to share with everyone the secrets she uncovered in a small, dark place and which has spawned an evil the town's residents had no idea existed. Creepy stuff...
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Without jobs, without savings, without hope, the Wiley family has fallen on hard times. Until they hear the story of a little girl who slipped down an abandoned mine. Americans respond with prayers. And cash. Now the Wileys hatch their own desparate plan. But something goes terribly wrong, as their precious daughter, Andromeda-scared of shadows, monsters, and, most of all the dark-falls into the darkest place of all. Years later she returns home, all grown up and recovered from the incident that made her famous. Beautiful, alluring, Andromeda is coming back to the town where it began. To sharewith everyone the secrets of a small dark place-and to show them the evil they have made.