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by John Gideon
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Contemporary
  • Author:
    John Gideon
  • ISBN:
    0747243522
  • ISBN13:
    978-0747243526
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Knight; New Edition edition (1994)
  • Pages:
    576 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
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  • FB2 format
    1272 kb
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    1347 kb
  • DJVU format
    1525 kb
  • Rating:
    4.7
  • Votes:
    382
  • Formats:
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Transporting his ancient European stone house to a small Oregon town, a vampire moves into the lives of the people of Oldenburg.

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I don't read that much, but this book quickly grabs you and makes you want to keep reading. He has great horror themes, but doesn't overdo it, also he writes excellent characters and draws you in. In my opinion, he is better than Koontz and King, two authors I like and am not down playing. Tantilizing Tale of Blood Lust and Sorcerey.

and one by one, the good people of Oldenburg offered up their souls to the evil reflected in ""Golden Eyes"". Other Products from bigbooksplus (View All). Hannibal by Harris, Thomas.

if you have ever known fear. John Gideon does an outstanding job of creating that foreboding atmosphere us horror freaks all love. and let the feeling of pure terror never let you g. -besthorrorbooks.

Are you sure you want to remove Golden eyes from your list? Golden eyes. Published 1994 by Berkley Books in New York.

Doubtless, much which is designedly obscure to us will be clear to those for whom it was written as the time approaches. Dr. Cyrus I Scofield

Doubtless, much which is designedly obscure to us will be clear to those for whom it was written as the time approaches. Cyrus I Scofield. Remember that a government big enough to give you everything you want is also big enough to take away everything you have.

Honest John (or John Worthington Foulfellow) and Gideon are the first and sole antagonists in Disney's 1940 animated feature film Pinocchio. They are a pair of con men in the village Pinocchio and Geppetto reside in. They are best known for manipulating victims into their schemes in exchange for money, though they're no strangers to darker tasks. The duo is based off the Fox and Cat characters from the original collection of Pinocchio stories by Carlo Collodi.

Gideon is the ninth studio album by Kenny Rogers. Issued by United Artists Records in 1980, it reached on the country charts and the top 20 of the pop charts. It includes the worldwide hit "Don't Fall in Love with a Dreamer" (a duet with Kim Carnes, who co-wrote the entire album with her husband Dave Ellingson). Gideon is a concept album about a Texas cowboy, and all the songs stick to this theme. The album is a look back at his life in retrospect.

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MisTereO
Enjoyable read for me. Different take on vampire premise.
Rivik
I read the UK edition- 560 plus pages. I am not sure if USA has same number of pages or not. The book I read was great- just like old Stephen King's book- small town- people, history, creepy development and good language. I am still not sure about one user saying suspense cave in within 25 pages. Which suspense? what line? But yes, book is way better then some other similar stuff that came out during that time. Even if you can guess the suspense that is before 25th page- I do not know which one- there are couple of twist worthy of Agatha Christi type of suspense that you WILL NOT see coming. His other book Greely's cove[?] is also GEM.
Chilldweller
After reading another of his books, Kindred, I searched out this book. I don't read that much, but this book quickly grabs you and makes you want to keep reading. He has great horror themes, but doesn't overdo it, also he writes excellent characters and draws you in. In my opinion, he is better than Koontz and King, two authors I like and am not down playing.
Olwado
I have just finished reading this book after it's being handed to me by a friend and I must say I wasn't the most enthralled reader.
By no means the worst book I've ever read, I felt that something was dearly lacking. With a single line of text not 25 pages in, Gideon gives away far too much than he should, and the suspense caves in.
The characters, however, are fairly well written and you learn to appreciate and empathise with their inner and outward struggles. But, still, I feel there was a certain lack of intimacy between the reader and the book's population. I could have felt more for them if I knew them a little better.
Ultimately it is a discovery the reader will have to make on his/her own. If you like original horror tales then you will appreciate Gideon's take on a new breed of Vampire. One that bares no resemblance to it's traditional ancestor.
Charyoll
John Gideon is quite possibly the new grandmaster of Horror. He is definately in the class of the greats, such as Stephen King or Dean Koontz. With an intricately woven plot, this story will keep you riveted until the spine tingling conclusion.
Morlurne
I read this in high school and it was one of my favorite books. Great twist on what vampires are and how they behave.
Kanek
Usually I am good at judging books, but this one was the exception. It was just plain old *bad*. Bad writing, bad storyline. I knew that it would be horrible from the first page!