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The Devil's Labyrinth: A Novel
The Devil's Labyrinth A Novel
Author: John Saul
For more than three decades, bestselling novelist John Saul has been summoning macabre masterpieces from the darkest realms of his imagination. With each new book, his instinct for playing upon our deepest dread has grown only stronger and more sinister. He?s never been afraid to push the boundaries of suspense and confront us with what frighten...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780345487049
ISBN-10: 0345487044
Publication Date: 7/29/2008
Pages: 416
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 112 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Other Versions: Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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Amadeo avatar reviewed The Devil's Labyrinth: A Novel on + 3 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
Being a Christian I can't say I like what Mr. Saul is saying about the Church. Maybe not his actual opinion, it is nonetheless a dim view of things. Mr. Saul is a master at bringing out the phobias that are common to all mankind. It was a good read, not heavy in any area with just the right amount of phobic description, tension and suspense. Yes, you know the ending from the beginning; it's predicitble, but Still worth reading. Good PBS book - read and trade.
ShareBear avatar reviewed The Devil's Labyrinth: A Novel on + 159 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
This is one of John's best books to me. It is about a boy who loses his father in Iraq. Fifteen year old Ryan McIntyre's world is turned upside down by the unexpected and untimely death. After some trouble at his public high school, his mother Teri enrolls him at the St. Issac's Catholic boarding school which is higly recommended to help troubled teens. Strange things have been happening to students. Ryan hears about these students and witness weird things happening to his friends. Father Sebastian joins the faculty shortly before Ryan arrives and miraculous events begin to unfold in Father Sebastion's one man war against evil.
Is this a divine act or an evil one? You must read this book. A fast paced suspense filled book.
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mindie01 avatar reviewed The Devil's Labyrinth: A Novel on + 2 more book reviews
If you enjoy thrillers and other dark novels, I'm sure you will like this book. I had a hard time putting it down!
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This book was pretty good - not great, but it definitely had a few creepy moments and a page-turning plot. I read a few of Saul's books a long time ago, and while I recall one of them as being particularly frightening (_The Right Hand of Evil_), this book was more of an entertaining mystery than genuinely scary (though there are also a few "gross-out" parts, too). I wish that there had been more to wrap up the end, since as it is felt rushed and with some pretty major loose ends. Still, it made for a quick, fun and easy read.


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