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Cassie Winslow is sixteen. She has just lost her mother in a terrible accident. Now, lonely and frightened, she has come to live with the father she barely knows and his new family in tiny False Harbor on Cape Cod. For Cassie, the strange, unsettling dreams that come to her suddenly in the dead of night are merely the beginning. Very soon, Cassie Winslow will come to know the terrifying powers that are her gift. And in the village of False Harbor, nothing will ever be the same.
House of Reckoning is John Saul’s thirty-sixth novel. His first novel, Suffer the Children, published in 1977, was an immediate million-copy bestseller. His other bestselling suspense novels include In the Dark of the Night, Perfect Nightmare, Black Creek Crossing, Midnight Voices, The Manhattan Hunt Club, The Right Hand of Evil, Guardian, and Faces of Fear. Saul divides his time between Seattle, Washington, and Hawaii. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
John Saul has a way to make you relate with his storys,even if you have never done anything like that before.I love his style of wrighting this is one of my favorites books so far.Published on Dec 12 2000 by Herbert A. Martin
Once again, John Saul send chills up your spine and you just can't put this book down. I loved it, though the mood was meloncholy. I would recommend this to any thriller fan.Published on July 10 2000
i read this book over seven years ago.this book is still in my head,execellent!Published on Dec 13 1999 by christine
I READ THE BOOK ONCE IN 7TH GRADE, AND IT WAS ONLY THE FIRST TIME READING IT, I AM NOW READING IT AGAIN FOUR YEARS LATOR AND ITS STILL A GREAT BOOK. EVERYONE SHOULD READ IT.Published on Feb. 22 1999
I loved this book, I couldnt put it down for even 5 minutes. It's sort of a thriller, and the ending works wonders on your mind!Published on Dec 5 1998