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(The jock, the musician, the party-girl, the nerd and the confused protagonist with the lousy home life: Here’s a perfectly serviceable teen movie in the making.) Whiling away a holiday afternoon playing with a Ouija board, they manage to awaken an ancient demon that’s haunted the dorm for close ...Jul 01 2006 | Read Full Review of The Harrowing
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Each has forsaken a long weekend at home for their own secret reasons.
The five unlikely companions establish a tentative rapport, but they soon become aware of another presence disturbing the building's ominous silence.
But these students have qualities that make them older than their chronological years, and their "ghost" soon proves to have odd, alarming qualities that the five will spend the rest of the book exploring.| Read Full Review of The Harrowing
However, from the very beginning, there is an uneasy tone to the work, a sense that all is not right, a low-throated holiday hysteria as a dormful of college students prepare for a trip home during a Thanksgiving Day weekend.Nov 01 2006 | Read Full Review of The Harrowing
The students find themselves in a life or death battle with true evil, with nowhere to hide from its gaze.| Read Full Review of The Harrowing
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