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by Dick Hill,Susie Breck,John Saul

  • ISBN: 1593556489
  • Author: Dick Hill,Susie Breck,John Saul
  • ePub ver: 1919 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1919 kb
  • Rating: 4.8 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (August 23, 2005)
  • Formats: doc lit mobi mbr
  • Category: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
epub Perfect Nightmare download

I love John Saul's books and now can't wait for a new one to come ou. .I have to start off by saying that after reading Black Creek Crossing, I was a tad leary of reading another Saul book

I love John Saul's books and now can't wait for a new one to come ou.Read if you like scary, not horror but intense scary reading. rdurant1217Go to rdurant1217's profile. I have to start off by saying that after reading Black Creek Crossing, I was a tad leary of reading another Saul book. However, this easily exceeding my expectations by a long shot. This was back to good old John Saul.

Perfect Nightmare - Disk 1 of 9. Perfect Nightmare - Disk 1 of 9 - 0. p3 (25. 9 Kb). p3 (33. 6 Kb). p3 (35. 8 Kb).

Narrated by Dick Hill. Every parent's nightmare becomes reality for Kara Marshall when her daughter, Lindsay, vanishes from her bedroom during the night.

John Saul (Author), Dick Hill (Narrator), Susie Breck (Narrator). John Saul has done it again ! Perfect Nightmare, was a novel I couldn't put down. Get this audiobook plus a second, free. I'd start reading it & before I knew, I'd be reading it for hours & not even realize it. I'd feel my heart start pounding, getting goosebumps.

Listen to Perfect Nightmare audiobook by John Saul. I like Susie Breck, but Dick Hill is a real ham. I know he's won a lot of awards, but I think he overacts. Stream and download audiobooks to your computer, tablet or mobile phone. Bestsellers and latest releases. The police suspect that the girl is just another moody teenage runaway, angry over leaving behind her school and friends because her family is moving. From now on I will look for books that he doesn't narrate.

Home John Saul Perfect Nightmare. Lindsay Marshall did her best to control the anger that had been building in her since breakfast, but even so, she jerked open her locker to throw her books inside, then slammed it loudly. Perfect nightmare, . Her parents were ruining her life, and until she was eighteen and out of school, she had to do what they wanted her to do.

Perfect Nightmare book. The narration is done by Dick Hill and Susie Breck. I liked the fact that there were two narrators but Dick Hill’s voices weren’t very distinctive and his males all sounded like the same man, except for the killer.

Written by John Saul, Audiobook narrated by Dick Hill, Susie Breck. In the Dark of the Night. Narrated by: Mel Foster. Length: 10 hrs and 42 mins.

John Saul offers an accurate definition of the perfect nightmare: the kidnapping of a teenaged girl .

John Saul offers an accurate definition of the perfect nightmare: the kidnapping of a teenaged girl by a highly disturbed man, right out of her own h. Susie Breck and Dick Hill narrate in tag-team fashion, both shining for separate reasons-Breck for her portrayal of both the girl and the girl's mother and Hill for the kidnapper, whose distorted view of reality is horrifying in its plausibility.

Every parent’s nightmare becomes reality for Kara Marshall when her daughter, Lindsay, vanishes from her bedroom during the night. The police suspect that the girl is just another moody teenage runaway, angry over leaving behind her school and friends because her family is moving. But Lindsay’s recent eerie claim—that someone invaded her room when the house was opened to prospective buyers—drives Kara to fear the worst: a nameless, faceless stalker has walked the halls of her home in search of more than a place to live.

Patrick Shields recognizes Kara’s pain—and carries plenty of his own since he lost his wife and two children in a devastating house fire. But more than grief draws Patrick and Kara together. He, too, senses the hand of a malevolent stranger in this tragedy. And as more people go missing from houses up for sale, Patrick’s suspicion, like Kara’s, blooms into horrified certainty.

Someone is trolling this peaceful community—undetected and undeterred—harvesting victims for a purpose no sane mind can fathom. Someone Kara and Patrick, alone and desperate, are determined to unmask. Someone who is even now watching, plotting, keeping a demented diary of unspeakable deeds…and waiting until the time is ripe for another fateful visit.

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A PERFECT NIGHTMARE: A NOVEL
BY JOHN SAUL

John Saul has been around for a long time. His first book (Suffer the Children) was published in 1977 and became an instant best seller. I have read many of his books and find most of them to be a little better than okay, but not great.

This one falls somewhere between good and great—closer to great. And, that’s good.

Lindsey Marshall, a senior in high school, is devastated when her parents announce they are selling the home she grew up, part of a small bedroom community, and are moving the family to the big city. She becomes angry and sullen and sarcastic. So, when she disappears shortly after the open house event, the police assume she’s a run-away. Her mother Kara disagrees. And when other women begin to disappear, it becomes clear that someone truly is stalking the tiny community. Kara begins a hunt for her daughter that will change her life in more ways than she could ever dream of…

Some books—like this one—are hard to review without giving away too much of the plot. So, I’m going to have to tread lightly…

• First, I want to mention the character development. It’s amazing. Saul really put some time into growing his characters so that we, the readers, truly feel that we know them. We understand their motivations and decisions. We know, almost before they do, how they’re going to react to any given situation. Yet, because these characters are “human”, they can and do surprise us here and there.

• Saul, too, throws in a few surprises. Just when I thought I knew what was going to happen next, a major character’s story line veers in a direction I never thought it would and blows me away. I LITERALLY cried out, “NO!” Plot twists are always fun!

• When the kidnapper is finally unmasked, I must admit, I was surprised. Saul managed to confuse and redirect me with some subtle and some not-so-subtle red herrings. I’m USUALLY not that easily deterred. Good for him! And, good for me. I enjoyed the not-knowing.

Some of John Saul’s books involve the supernatural—ghosts, demons, monsters. As a result, he is often considered to be a horror or paranormal writer. And, in those cases, I suppose that’s true. However, in my mind, John Saul is more of a SUSPENSE writer. He is masterful when writing tension filled dramatic scenes. So much so, when I am engaged in one of these I can almost hear the histrionic crescendo of background music, building and building in my mind….

A PERFECT NIGHTMARE: A NOVEL is a fast read, yet it’s detailed and mysterious and suspenseful and fun. It’s not a perfect story. I felt the ending was a little rushed. I thought it could have been delved into a little bit more… And, there were a few times when grammar errors pulled me out of the story and made me go hmmm. I didn’t like that. However, over-all. It was a good book…almost great.
shustrik
It took a little while for me to get into this book but once I did, I couldn't stop reading! It was very suspenseful. I don't want to even imagine what it would be like to have a child go missing but I think John Saul did an excellent job of portraying a mother who does not give up home regardless of what everyone is telling her.
terostr
I am hesitant to leave a 5 star review because it seems like most of them are written by "friends" of the author and are complete nonsense. So I was torn between 4 and 5 stars but figured what the heck, this indeed was an excellent thriller. This is my 3rd John Saul novel and so far the best. Once the story took off I could hardly stop reading. The story was horrifyingly realistic with a couple of parts that nearly stopped my heart. The police involvement was not overly detailed which I liked. The writing was smooth and I was able to feel as though I were there with the characters. If you loved Dean Koontz's "Intensity" or James Patterson "Kiss the Girls" this would be an enjoyable read for you. Yes, the subject matter was disturbing but it was written within the boundaries of decency. Kudos to John Saul and I will be ordering more of his novels.
Samardenob
I love John Saul !
He keeps you engrossed until the very end of the book.
I will continue to read his books until I've read them all !!!
Walianirv
John Saul has done it again ! Perfect Nightmare, was a novel I couldn't put down. I'd start reading it & before I knew, I'd be reading it for hours & not even realize it. I'd feel my heart start pounding, getting goosebumps. Incredible Novel !
Urllet
This was the first book I ever read by John Saul and it was about 5 years ago that I did and I wanted to get it to read it again, cause I liked it that much! The pages have no markings which I love, and the cover shows thats its a little run down but thats okay
GawelleN
What a wonderful story with so many twists and turns! You know a book is wonderful when you are sad when you finish that last page!
John Saul never disappoints. Like all of his books, it's difficult to put down.

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