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Domain Hardcover – September 22, 2000
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Anyways, it was a great read. Very bloody, at times extremely grim but all the while still keeping that guilty pleasure of reading this genre.
All I have to say is if you are a fan of The Rats and Lair you have to wrap the story up with Domain.
If you haven't read this gruesomely fun set of books, do yourself a favor and check them out.
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I read this novel as a child when I was about ten years old, it is and always will be credited as the first novel that got me interested in reading.Published 4 months ago by Smokie
Well written but not what I expected. This is the third book by James Herbert that I have read. "The secret of Crickley Hall" and "The Magic Cottage" being the first and second. Read morePublished on November 17, 2013 by Jula
Awesome finale to the Rats trilogy! As entertaining now as it was 27 years ago when first published!! Great read!!Published on August 23, 2013 by BlindShrimp
After my fourth time reading, this masterpiece still scares the hell out of me. Screw the idiot who gave one star.Published on March 25, 2013 by Alicia M. Zumwalt
Herbert has written a series about rats, great writing really creepy, this guy is good and tells a great storyPublished on December 17, 2012 by stroller
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