Strangers

Strangers

Book - 1986
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Penguin Putnam
“The plot twists ingeniously...an engaging, often chilling book.”—The New York Times Book Review
 
A writer in California. A doctor in Boston. A motel owner and his employee in Nevada. A priest in Chicago. A robber in New York. A little girl in Las Vegas. They’re a handful of people from across the country, living through eerie variations of the same nightmare. 
 
A dark memory is calling out to them. And soon they will be drawn together, deep in the heart of a sprawling desert, where the terrifying truth awaits...

Baker & Taylor
A group of seemingly unrelated people experiences sensations of numbing terror and fear and, groping their way toward one another, discover their sinister, shared secrets in a chilling climax that changes their lives forever. Reissue.

Baker
& Taylor

A group of unrelated people experience sensations of numbing terror and fear, and, groping their ways toward one another, discover their sinister, shared secrets in a climax that changes their lives forever.

Publisher: New York : Putnam, c1986
ISBN: 9780425181119
0425181111
9780425119921
0425119920
9780399131431
0399131434
Characteristics: 526 p. ; 25 cm

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iujigga2003
Jan 24, 2019

Takes advantage of the length of book by developing the main characters (Dominick, Jorja, Ginger, Priest Conin, and Jack), but also keeps the reader interested at the same time questioning the unknown and crazy episodes each is experiencing. The book becomes Sci-Fi during the last couple hundred pages, which didn't bother me as I enjoy those reads but also still holds on to the reality of why the characters developed these Phobia's and changes to begin with at the Tranquility Motel.

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