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“Savor the novel to the fullest.”—Dayton Daily News
“You will be transported.”—Houston Chronicle
“A masterpiece.”—Richmond News-Leader
“A blend of…the old horrors that crouch in the dark corners of the adult mind.”—John Lutz, author of Jericho Man
“I thought it was creepy from page one. I loved it.”—Stephen King
Read this book about thirty years ago more or less.
The mysterious and lovely Rose is another fascinating character, whose introduction into the story adds a major wrinkle to the plot.
Straub's writing, which has a definite British bent, despite the story being set in the United States, is very literary and rich.
It was an older book, and I was lucky to find one in one piece. The wear wasn't so bad.Published 4 hours ago by Machelle Eldridge
This has got to be one of the most underrated, ignored, and unappreciated supernatural thrillers ever written. This book is often grossly mislabeled as horror. But, it's much more. Read morePublished 11 days ago by girlreader
The first part of the book starts out very slowly- a lot of prose in the beginning to set scenes, leading to a lot of narration and not much action. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Kindle Customer
I loved this book I've read it twice about ten years apart . it was good both times.Published 25 days ago by John W
I rank Shadowland among the top three or four most intense novels I've ever read. Shadowland as a whole is an exercise in creative magic; and is, if a reader is receptive and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by wlmh65
Shadowland tells the story of Tom Flanagan and his friend Del Nightingale. Tom and Del are two friends who are bonded by magic and the miseries they suffer in an all boys school-... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lazlo Trout
Please get this on Kindle e books!!! Fantastic, dreamy, dark nightmare quality to this book. Loved it!Published 5 months ago by Psilocyanide