The Mask

The Mask

Book - 1988
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A beautiful young girl appears out of nowhere. A teenager with no past, no family--no memories. Carol and Paul were drawn to her. She was the child they'd never had. Most mothers would die for such a darling little angel. And that's what frightened Carol most of all...
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 1988, c1981.
Edition: Berkley ed.
ISBN: 9780425127582
0425127583
9780425097779
0425097773
Branch Call Number: YA KOO
Characteristics: 305 p. ;,18 cm.
Additional Contributors: West, Owen 1945- Mask.

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MaryMaryJ
Nov 13, 2014

A disappointing read..The "build up" was really scattered and could predict the outcome. Quite disjointed though I did read it to the end.

jackjackattack95 Jun 14, 2014

In my opinion, this was a good read. It was really nice seeing how the story came together! The releasing of some clues here and there made the book seem like a mystery story. It was nice finding out who the girl Carol ran over was. It was a good twist. I wish they added another chapter explaining what happened next.

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Apr 17, 2013

DavidB.You should read the Vision.

Dani_106 Feb 16, 2010

disappointing.

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DavidB
Oct 04, 2008

This is quite possibly the worst book I’ve ever read. The foreboding imagery is so thick that you choke on it. The premise is so silly that you hope terrible things happen to the characters. The explanations are so bad that you wish you can erase all memory of this book from your brain. I don’t know if any of Koontz books are better, but this one book was enough to turn me off him for good. Read at your own peril.

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