Tower Hill

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  • Mass Market
  • 320 pages
  • Tower Hill
  • Sarah Pinborough
  • English
  • 24 February 2018
  • 0843960523

About the Author: Sarah Pinborough

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Tower Hill A charismatic new priest has come to Tower Hill A handsome new professor is teaching at the college And a nightmare has settled over the town A girl is found dead and mutilated by her own hand Another has slashed her face with scissors Have the residents of Tower Hill all gone mad Or has something worse something unholy taken over Free Read [ Tower Hill ] author [ Sarah Pinborough ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Tower Hill

  1. Kristen says:

    It is rare that I give a horror novel 5 stars, but then again it is rare that a horror novel evokes a sense of disturbed creepiness in me I won t say that it scared me but it did keep me engaged from beginning to end, and for some reason this book came across asplausible than many of the other supernatural horrors that I have read It could be that it is a Christian based horror I don t know that an atheist would find this as creepy as I did Short Summary Tower Hill is a tiny town t It is rare that I give a horror novel 5 stars, but then again it is rare that a horror novel evokes a sense of disturbed creepiness in me I won t say that it scared me but it did keep me engaged from beginning to end, and for some reason this book came across asplausible than many of the other supernatural horrors that I have read It could be that it is a Christian based horror I don t know that an atheist would find this as creepy as I did Short Summary Towe...

  2. Kasia says:

    What better place to open a chasm of destruction and chaos while gaining supernatural powers than a small, quiet New England town of Tower Hill Where nothing changes dramatically, where the residents are sweet and students who come to the University are charming and peaceful and best of all, totally unsuspecting of something evil creeping their way Well, say goodbye to sanity and student life, sinister forces in disguise of good have taken claim of the sleepy town and after they are done wring What better place to open a chasm of destruction and chaos while gaining supernatural powers than a small, quiet New England town of Tower Hill Where nothing changes dramatically, where the residents are sweet and students who come to the University are charming and peaceful and best of all, totally unsuspecting of something evil creeping their way Well, say goodbye to sanity and student life, sinister forces in disguise of good have taken claim of the sleepy town and after they are done wringing every little last drop of blood they will feed inways than one.This creepy horror is delicious and impossibly hard to put down, yet easy to read and digest Sarah Pinborough has done am impressive job...

  3. Bandit says:

    Sarah Pinborough really needs to writehorror She s so good This was a very excellent example of her horror, small town trapped in an ancient battle of good and evil, great backstory and enough gore and action to keep...

  4. Carl Alves says:

    Set in a small university town in rural Maine, things go haywire when an imposter priest and a university professor arrive Both the students and faculty of the university, as well as the townspeople fall under their spell and act like mindless zombies Only Liz and Steve, as well as a couple of the residents are unaffected by the hypnotic effects of the two newcomers, who have seriously nefarious plans that involve the resurrection of the children and grandchildren of Adam and Eve....

  5. Anji says:

    Easy to read,very imaginative,as expected from Ms Pinborough,but it is interesting to see how her writing has developed Completely different from the beautiful prose and insight of The Language of Dying and the maturity and creativity of The Dog Faced Gods trilogy ...

  6. Jessica says:

    Cue dramatic sigh First things first, I find it so odd that I do not like this book Breeding Ground scared me out of my wits, and I am loving Mayhem But this one is a bump in the road Two reasons 1 The story takes a good long while to get started It s interesting and mysterious, I suppose, but you know who all the players are going to be long before any real action starts And some of even the main characters are wobbling right on that clich line 2 Here s where I get grumpy Though I do Cue dramatic sigh First things first, I find it so odd that I do not like this book Breeding Ground scared me out of my wits, and I am loving Mayhem But this one is a bump in the road Two reasons 1 The story takes a good long while to get started It s interesting and mysterious, I suppose, but you know who all the players are going to be long before any real action starts And some of even the main characters are wobbling right on that clich line 2 Here s where I get grumpy Though I don t believe the book states, I believe that we are meant to infer that the priest priest church in this book are Roman Catholic While individual religion doesn t have much bearing on the story as a whole, it took me right out of the story when the priest said his first Mass There was so much wrong, it wasn t even mass I m not sure what it was There was hardly even a structure to it There see...

  7. Dylan says:

    This was a great book It s basically about these 2 men that come into this town to become gods It has a nice spin on history at the end The story of adam and eve in the bible is the background of this story The two men are trying t...

  8. Robert says:

    Tower Hill by Sarah Pinborough is about a New England town called, yep, Tower Hill A new year of college has started and new students Liz, a Maine island girl with a religious history, and Steve, a ruffian from Detroit looking to start a new life elsewhere are in for a treat as well as the whole town Aside from the students there is also an new teacher and a new priest that has arrived There is no secret who the antagonists are, but what they are trying to accomplish sends the whole town into Tower Hill by Sarah Pinborough is about a New England town called, yep, Tower Hill A new year of college has started and new students Liz, a Maine island girl with a religious history, and Steve, a ruffian from Detroit looking to start a new life elsewhere are in for a treat as well as the whole town Aside from the students there is also an new teacher and a new pri...

  9. Vince Liaguno says:

    By this time in our adult lives, we know of at least one certainty when it comes to traveling Stay away from small Maine towns We ve been there, and we know that bad things happen in these seemingly idyllic places For some inexplicable reason, evil in all its forms seems to gravitate to the Pine Tree State like white on rice Yet despite our familiarity w...

  10. Grey Liliy says:

    I was fairly neutral on the book, all considered It wasn t bad, but I wasn t in love with it either It wasn t scary, and it was hard to get engaged with the story The story has a really slow build up, and while I can see how that was necessary to really smack the reader in the face when the story got moving, it doesn t quite work as well when you care very little about the main two characters.Liz Steve don t have much going on, and their personalities and motives could be summed up nice I was fairly neutral on the book, all considered It wasn t bad, but I wasn t in love with it either It wasn t scary, and it was hard to get engaged with the story The story has a really slow build up, and while I can see how that was necessary to really smack the reader in the fa...