Black House Stephen King Peter Straub
  • The Territories is a parallel universe that Jack can Flip over to, he was travel there to find the answers to stop the ruthless child killer dubbed The Fisherman before he kills again

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      Black House is the long awaited and unexpected sequel to the 1984 classic The Talisman. Nearly 20 years later, the story picks up like it never left off with Jack Sawyer now a retired homicide detective in his 30’s living in a small Wisconsin town called French Landing. The town is daunted by a child serial killer,

      an Albert Fish copycat, Jack is forced back in to working the case and traveling to The Territories for the first time in nearly 20 years. The Territories is a parallel universe that Jack can “Flip” over to, he was travel there to find the answers to stop the ruthless child killer dubbed “The Fisherman” before he ...

      • kills again. This novel is the sickest most gruesome novel I have ever read, there are parts that I still can’t get out of my head, like the last, The Talisman, I just about couldn’t finish the thing, I’m glad I did, and they were trying to be gruesome, can’t blame them for achieving their goal, if
        you read The Talisman, and you thought it was scary or way over the top, this makes that look a fairy tale, it may be Straub that pushes this thing so far, or the combination of two really twisted mind’s working together, that is probably it. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a great read, just be prepared!

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