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  • ISBN 0523404468
  • ISBN13 978-0523404462
  • Language English
  • Author Graham Masterton
  • Publisher Pinnacle Pb #40-446-8; 1st edition (1979)
  • Pages 261
  • Formats docx txt txt mobi
  • Category Fiction
  • Size ePub 1831 kb
  • Size Fb2 1504 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 193

Mass market paperback by Pinnacle. The soul-chilling horror sequel to 'The Manitou.' Cover art by Paul Stinson.

Graham Masterton REVENGE OF THE MANITOU ONE He woke up during the night and he was sure there was someone in his room. Читать онлайн Revenge of the Manitou. Revenge of the manitou.

Graham Masterton REVENGE OF THE MANITOU ONE He woke up during the night and he was sure there was someone in his room. He froze, not daring to breathe, his eight-year-old fingers clutching the candy-striped sheet right up to his nose. He strained his eyes and his ears in the darkness, looking and listening for the slightest movement, the slightest squeak of floorboards. His pulse raced silently and endlessly, a steeplech. One. He woke up during the night and he was sure there was someone in his room.

The Manitou - 2 ). Graham Masterton. No one believed little Toby Fenner when he described the man in the wardrobe. A man whose face seemed to grow from the very wood. But by then, things had gone too far. Misquamacus has found a way to return, and this time he won't be beaten so easily. Revenge of the Manitou is the follow-up to The Manitou, which once again features Harry Erskine, Singing Rock, and a host of Indian stories creating a spine-tingling sequel with some disturbingly horrific passages.

Grew up reading Graham Masterton. Book 2 in the Manitou series. This is a great book except that it was too short and I felt that he was in a rush to finish it but all in all a good scary book

Grew up reading Graham Masterton. You can't go wrong with this or anything else by Masterton. This is a great book except that it was too short and I felt that he was in a rush to finish it but all in all a good scary book.

Graham Masterton (born 16 January 1946 in Edinburgh) is a British horror author. This novel was adapted in 1978 for the film The Manitou.

Graham Masterton's The Manitou marked a milestone in leading occult bestsellers. Now the acclaimed master of horror has returned with a spine-tingling sequel steeped in blood-chilling terror. One of the most original and frightening storytellers of our time' PETER JAMES. A true master of horror' JAMES HERBERT. Thriller & Crime.

But then, through the blindness of his fright and his anxiety, he heard Toby crying Daddy-daddy! and he stopped shaking and looked down at his son in bewilderment.

But then, through the blindness of his fright and his anxiety, he heard Toby crying Daddy-daddy! and he stopped shaking and looked down at his son in bewilderment d vanished. Toby was just Toby, and there were tears in his eyes from being battered so hard. Neil couldn’t say anything, couldn’t speak at all, but he held Toby close, and stroked his head, and rocked backward and forward on the bed to soothe him. Susan came into the room, bleary with sleep. Neil- what’s happening!. Neil’s throat was choked with fright and tears

Revenge of the Manitou

Revenge of the Manitou. Author: Graham Masterton. Misquamacus has found a way to return, and this time he won’t be beaten so easily.

Revenge of the Manitou book. Graham Masterton's The Manitou marked in a milestone in leading occult bestsellers

Revenge of the Manitou book. Graham Masterton's The Manitou marked in a milestone in leading occult bestsellers.

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Talk about Revenge of the Manitou


Gir
There were moments, especially toward the beginning, that were quite gripping. Unfortunately, the latter half of the book is not as good. The depiction of police and emergency personnel is cartoonish, and the dialog is weak.
Sudert
Love the manitou series
Nikok
Grew up reading Graham Masterton. Movie aside (doesn't do the book justice), Revenge of the Manitou and the Djinn are two of my favorite books by him. A very good read and an absolute page turner. You can't go wrong with this or anything else by Masterton.
Survivors
Great Book
watching to future
As usual, Masterton provides a brilliant first person story about the return of Misquamacus.

The original book is a great sojourn, but it is a one of a kind and a first effort for Masterton, but REVENGE OF THE MANITOU is a great return to the themes of the MANITOU.

This is the second in the trilogy of books involving Misquamacus ( the third being BURIAL), and makes an excellent read in and of itself.I am not clear where the book DJINN comes, but since it has Harry, I enjoy the mix of the supernatural, and the sardonic; just like the map maker in DEVILS OF D DAY has a dry wit to cope as well. And he certainly seems to need it in DEVILS OF D DAY. I think that the mix of the supernatural, violence, sex, and the humour in the characters that Graham Masterton delivers for us is more human than some people like, but it is still fiction and the element that people need to realize is that a suspension of disbelief is necessary for the mix to work. I totally love what Graham does in the books he has created. I first read CHARNEL HOUSE in about 1977 and i went back to MANITOU and then to REVENGE OF THE MANITOU and I have been given the best times in reading thanks to his work. Comparing DEVILS OF D DAY with GARDEN OF EVIL, the skill in character work is great, and I enjoy what he does. He gets better as he continues, and he never fails to make me a happy reader, even in the supposedly childrens book HOUSE OF BONES. I have been lucky enough to get signed copies of his work and so far, one copy of a work signed to me directly, and I was over the moon about that; he is a great writer in my view, and he is very giving of his time, and his audio books are worth buying ( all I wish I had with the audio books is that they came in CD sets rather than downloads, which is not my favorite, however, since I like them, I will take them as I can get them ).

A Great read for Harry Eskine fans, and a great trip into the supernatural as we see Masterton just get better with another smash horror book that should have been made into a movie. If only someone in Hollywood would discover these brilliant stories !!!
Leyl
"Revenge of the Manitou" is what I wish The Manitou had been. I was not particularly fond of the first one, finding that it went in a ridiculous direction, especially in regard to how the characters planned on defeating the evil medicine man. I thought the battle between the medicine men in this sequel made more sense (but I don't want to give too much away). I didn't find myself rolling my eyes and thinking that the author went too far into the absurd while reading this one, which did happen when I read the first.

My only complaint is that the Harry Erskine character is too much of a wiseguy at times, cracking jokes as if he's in a stupid sitcom, and his jokes are never funny.
lubov
Book 2 in the Manitou series. This is a great book except that it was too short and I felt that he was in a rush to finish it but all in all a good scary book.

A father walks in his son's room, and listens to him talking in a language he never heard before. Then the closet attacks him uttering the name Harry Erskine. When Harry gets there, he finds a whole classroom of kids that are acting really strange. Not only strange but scary looking and very angry.

Another Masterton beauty. I would recommend this above anyone else's books!
Yes, Misquamacus, the self-styled best medicine man ever is back, after losing to a dodgy magician, a woman, and a modern day native american who actually knew a little.

Not as good as the first book, but still ok, as the big M decides to summon some supernatural help for a bit of havoc wreaking.