Book Reviews of The Tower

The Tower
The Tower
Author: Simon Clark
ISBN-13: 9780843954920
ISBN-10: 0843954922
Publication Date: 8/30/2005
Pages: 353
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 45 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
The Tower stands in solitude. What began as a seventeenth century manor house has grown over the centires into something very different. Something evil. There are the stark walls, the shadow-filled rooms, the lonely corridors......

Very scary book. Reminds me of the Haunting at Hill House.
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Helpful Score: 3
Great haunted story. A band goes to a house to house sit and create the perfect album. But The Tower has other plans for them.
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Helpful Score: 3
The Tower stands in solitude. What began as a seventeeth centruy manor house has grown over the centuries into something very different. Something evil. The Tower is haunted by much more than ghosts of the past, and it can do far more than simply terrify. It has a dark heart and it has grown restless. Fans of Stephen King will enjoy this!
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Helpful Score: 2
Very chilling book. Haunted castle style with modern twist. A group of english musicians become care takers of an old English Castle and discover they are not alone in the castle.
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Helpful Score: 1
The Tower began as a 17th century manor house but has grown into something evil over the centuries. When five unsuspecting young people agree to stay there as housesitters, they learn that visitors are not welcome there.
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FIVE YOUNG PEOPLE AGREE TO HOUSE SIT, BAD IDEA
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GOOD STORY
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I enjoyed the author's "The Judas Tree," but couldn't finish this one. First hint I was in trouble was one character's experience in a room that seemed to close in on him. Knew it was a dream or delusion, neither of which make a good haunted house episode. When the mysterious "man in the bunker," impales a live rat on a spike, I quit. (Maybe that's a spoiler, but I'd be doing you a favor if it prevented your wasting time on this.)
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Did not care for this one at all, found it to be draggy with too much description and taking forever to get anywhere, didn't finish it.
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Great book! Scary and fast-paced. Would read anything by this author again!
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interesting reading
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I thought this was a nice scary read--it's a older book, but still a good one!! Well worth your time, if you are a horror reader!!