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Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    Bentley Little
  • ISBN:
    0451183908
  • ISBN13:
    978-0451183903
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  • Publisher:
    Signet (April 1, 1995)
  • Subcategory:
    Genre Fiction
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  • Rating:
    4.4
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I'm a big fan of Bentley Little, but I really did not like this book. It isn't suspenseful or scary or smart or funny, unlike many of his other books

I'm a big fan of Bentley Little, but I really did not like this book. It isn't suspenseful or scary or smart or funny, unlike many of his other books. I remain a fan, and I know that his stuff is really love it or hate it, and I happened to hate this one.

Bentley Little’s story, University, is one heck of a ride. Let me tell you what I liked about this book:, It DEFINITELY has the spooky/creepy/scary vibe going!, The main characters were 3-D-ish. In other words, they were relatable, empathy-worthy and real. However, some of the responses to stimuli were, for me, a little odd. But, just a little. The action hit quick and stayed amped-up through the whole book. Very few lagging or slow-paced scenes. I personally like that; I’m not a fan of roller coaster rides, especially in my fiction world.

Bentley Little was born in Arizona a month after his mother attended the world premiere of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho. He is the author of ten previous novels

Bentley Little was born in Arizona a month after his mother attended the world premiere of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho. Bentley Little was born in Arizona a month after his mother attended the world premiere of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho. He is the author of ten previous novels, including The Revelation, The Mailman, The Summoning, Death Instinct (published under the name Phillip Emmons), University, Dominion, The Ignored, The Store, The House and The Town. An acknowledged master of horror, he is currently at work on his next novel.

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This is Bentley Little’s best book yet. Frightening, thought-provoking and impossible to put down. With his artfully plain prose and Quixote-like narrative, Little dissects the deep and disturbing fear of anonymity all Americans feel. What Little has created is nothing less than a nightmarishly brilliant tour de force of modern life in America. The Ignored is a bizarre psychological drama that readers will not be able to ignore as they peruse it in one sitting, from first page to the last

Bentley Little’s The Walking is the horror event of the year. If you like spooky stories, you must read this book. University is unlike anything else in popular fiction. Also by bentley little.

Bentley Little’s The Walking is the horror event of the year. The Walking is a waking nightmare.

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Bentley Little is an American author of numerous horror novels. He was discovered by Dean Koontz. Little was born one month after his mother attended the world premiere of Psycho. He published his first novel, The Revelation, with St. Martin's Press in 1990

Bentley Little is an American author of numerous horror novels. Martin's Press in 1990. After reading it, Stephen King became a vocal fan of Little's work, and Little won the Bram Stoker Award for "Best First Novel" in 1990. He moved to New American Library for his next two novels, but was dropped from the company after he refused to write a police procedural as his next novel.

Bentley Little (born 1960 in Arizona) is an American author of horror fiction. Publishing an average of a novel a year since 1990, Little avoids publicity and rarely does promotional work or interviews for his writing. Little is an Arizona native who, according to his professional biography, was born one month after his mother saw the world premiere of Alfred Hitchcock's film Psycho

Reluctantly returning for another semester at UC, campus editor Jim Parker and library assistant Faith Pullen are alarmed by a series of bloody accidents that seem to be linked to an eerie and sinister force. Original.

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Highly recommended by Stephen King, this novel embraces some of the most perverted scenes of horror imaginable and constitutes a great achievement by Bentley Little.

Remember Anne Rice Siddon's The House Next Door which attempts to portray the ugliness of unrestrained extra-marital sexual relations and intercourse in a quite sedate fashion? Well, there's nothing toned down about the sexual perversions described in this novel that attempts to draw audiences to the effects of an institution of higher learning that by virtue of its unrestricted evil and perverted morals draws and attracts students who are predisposed to straying from the ethical path and delve into activities and actions that are driven by corrupt moral principles that will eventually lead to the destruction of the foundations of a sound society.

Although the story is well written and finely crafted and contains some captivating events and memorably perverted scenes that entirely enraptures, some of the time the horrors themselves seem over blown and a bit ridiculous.

However, this remains a fine contribution to the genre by a new and talented writer who has a unique voice and whose story telling prowess is hard to match.
NiceOne
I read "The Summoning" by Bentley Little a few weeks ago, and was absolutely blown away. I quickly scrambled into action, and bought up every single book Little has written; But as I started reading University, I thought of something REALLY scary....What if I had just wasted a ton of money on books that stunk? What if The Summoning was a fluke, and all his other books reeked...?
Shouldn't have worried! While not quite as good as The Summoning, University is a fun read. Little goes your typical haunted house/bad place story one better, giving readers an evil, sentient College campus getting ready to "graduate", I.E. move on to its next stage of evolution. Little is well-versed in Horror vernacular and traditions/cliches, and he makes good use of that knowledge here, referring to classics like Hell House, The Shining, Burnt Offerings, and Shirley Jackson's infamous Hill House; He even throws in a character named Eleanor! The cool thing is his CHARACTERS are also aware of the Horror cliches; At one point they even try to pick out which member of their group will die by ticking off the Horror-Novel death list: The weirdo, the unattached character, etc. I did feel that certain parts of the ending were a tad corny, and I was disappointed that, after telling us how a standard Horror novel would handle main-character-deaths, Little took the same cliched route, killing just who we'd expect. Other than that small beef, University is a fun, gross way to spend a few days. Looking forward to reading more of Mr. Little's work.
Nawenadet
I haven't read a horror story like this in a very long time! No subtle evil here. Bentley Little just keeps piling it on! If you love horror stories, you don't want to miss this one..
Barit
This book once again proves why Bentley Little is a master of the genre. He takes what people don't even associate with evil and flips it out. He us a master of satire, that us a genre crossing ride. I really recommend for people with a taste in hardcore, no holds bar horror.
Vetalol
Not Little's best work, but not bad. A bit twisted, definitely dark, but it does leave some unanswered questions at the end.
Dianazius
His best novel outside of "The Store" (Wal-Mart run by Satan.)
Amis
Love this guy's work. How does he turn a safe place like a University into such an evil presence. Just keep doing it
Once again, Bentley Little keeps me on the edge of my seat, I can not seem to get enough of his books