Strieber’s latest (after Communion) is by turns gripping, plodding, truly horrifying Billy. Whitley Strieber, Author Putnam Publishing Group $ (p) ISBN. Billy by Whitley Strieber – book cover, description, publication history. Barton Royal, a deranged misfit, kidnaps twelve-year-old Billy Neary from the video arcade at the Crossland Mall and imprisons him in the secret black room.
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Barton Royal, a deranged misfit, kidnaps twelve-year-old Billy Neary from the video arcade at the Crossland Mall and imprisons him in the secret black room beneath his house, in a tale of madness and evil. The parts with the kidnapper-Barton, and the boy, Billy, were somewhat interesting but any part that had to whitlwy with the police and especially with the parents should be completely skipped.
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He received a B. Oct 03, Quill rated it really liked it Shelves: The War for Souls The first few chapters are really gripping, whtley after that the events began to seem rather implausible.
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When he sees a man in his backyard, he tells his striieber, but by then the man is gone.
For Barton Royal, finding Billy was a dream come true. But the author did almost too good a job of creating a vivid, realistic scenario. Mar 04, Peachy rated it liked it Shelves: Oct 11, Laura rated it it was amazing. The style of the book changed completely. Critical reception for Billy was mostly positive,   with the Atlanta Journal and Chicago Sun-Times praising the novel.
Dec 17, Kathy rated it really liked it Shelves: It is realistic horror at its finest. He’s the type of character I can’t help but want to get into the mind of — even if he is very much a villain. After reading it I found it hard to believe that the sequence of events outlined could possibly be factual, especially based on the statistics surrounding abductions by psychopaths.
I wish that I had never read it. Wolfen The Hunger Communion Hunters Sep 17, Dana Bol-Koster rated it liked it. The ending of the book seemed rushed. An enjoyable read and an interesting story.
Apr 11, Liliana Blum rated it it was amazing. E’ doloroso; ero Billy, a soffrire, a tentare la fuga, ad avere paura, e non ho potuto dormire fino all’ultima pagina, non ho potuto aspettare la conclusione per sapere cosa ne sarebbe stato di Billy, di me.
Imagine a little boy’s terror after he is snatched bilpy the safety of his home in the middle of the night. But I have to give Strieber a lot of credit for building the suspense the way he did, considering much of the novel is told from Barton’s point of view.
Book recommendation: Billy, by Whitley Strieber – Miranda Burski
He’s a very smart boy, and knows right away that he has to be very careful. As good as the first time. The title should be at least 4 characters long.
Felt all characters apart from dad well written. So I was really curious what that was al about. I found the book to be more of a look at what the side effects can be and how families striebeer Billy is a typical kid, maybe a little smarter than some, but just a kid.
From the moment it opens to its eventual conclusion, the reader isn’t quite sure what to expect. A Take of the Vampire Life I’ve had this book for years and years and haven’t really wanted to read it but I finally pulled dhitley out.
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