Reading ➷ The Homing Author John Saul –

Karen, A Young Widow, And Her Daughters Are Returning To Her Hometown, Where Karen Plans To Marry Her High School Sweetheart But Her Bliss Soon Turns To Terror, Because Something Has Gone Horribly Wrong With Mother Nature In Peaceful Pleasant Valley An Unearthly Swarm Is Possessing The Bodies And Minds Of Youngsters From The Author Of Guardian HC Fawcett. The Homing

About the Author: John Saul

John Saul grew up in Whittier California where he graduated from Whittier High School in 1959 He attended several colleges Antioch, in Ohio, Cerritos, in Norwalk, California, Montana State University and San Francisco State College, variously majoring in anthropology, liberal arts, and theater, but never obtaining a degree After leaving college, he decided the best thing for a college dropout to

10 thoughts on “The Homing

  1. says:

    I wanted desperately to scream, Oh, God This book sucks This book really, really sucks but the only words I could find were, It s fine It s totally fine And then I finished it As I closed in on 10 pages I thought to myself, How the hell is John Saul going to end this story with 10 pages He did Which was a giant relief I then closed the book on the metro, heading into DC, looked over at the guy sitting next to me and punched him in th

  2. says:

    It was okay I felt like it left a lot of questions unanswered, though For example What happened to the infected coyote Why did Julie get all distended and disgusting Was it just because she was the queen, and all queens of insects are bigger than the others Why was she the queen Was it b c she was infected first Why were the infected chicks always naked, but the dudes weren t If the other girl Sarah would ve gotten to the group, would v

  3. says:

    This book is very special to me because John Saul was my first experience with a horror novel The Homing is one of the first John Saul books I read, which I found when the bookmobile would visit my town once a month I would stay up late reading these books and then be so scared that it was hard to sleep I have had fond memories of this novel over the years and I m happy to be able to re read it I remembered many of the scenes and I had a l

  4. says:

    I love this I love it so much Every time someone asks me what good horror story they should read, I point them in this direction Now, I have zero idea how scientifically possible any of this is Becaus...

  5. says:

    A change of genre is always A Good Thing

  6. says:

    I read this when I was younger well a few chapters of it I ended up getting scared I threw it across the room vowing to never read it again a vow I have kept Then I started having nightmares about turning into a bee...

  7. says:

    this book is hard to put down

  8. says:

    Dumb but entertaining Read for the 2019 Pop Sugar Challenge could count for 2 word title, about a family, features a wedding, told from 2 points of view may take advantage of that later in the year if I get behind on the challenge.

  9. says:

    The purpose of The Homing is to entertain This is evident in telling of a fictional story John Saul presents all the classical components, including setting, plot, and conflict This book was written as a narration It is told from a third person omniscient perspective The theme is not to let personal trauma turn towards others If the antagonist had sought a way to properly handle their emotional issues and impulses, the biggest conflict in this story would b

  10. says:

    I really enjoyed John Saul s book, The Homing It was a fast pace thriller that could really happen in today s world, if it hasn t happened already Scientist are always trying to re create God s creatures, thinking they can do better I bet it usually ends up in disaster for the world That s the scary part.Once again, I don ...

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