Faces of Fear

Faces of Fear

A Novel

Book - 2008
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Nip/Tuck meets Frankenstein in New York Times-bestselling author Saul's creepiest novel yet--the story of a girl's plastic surgeon who intends to sculpt her into the image of his dead ex-wife.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, c2008.
ISBN: 9780345487056
Branch Call Number: FICTION SAU


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Jul 14, 2014

I've just barely managed to read my way to page 85 thus far, and it's due to this book being one of the most boring John Saul books I have ever read.

I also would like to note that I am disappointed at the physical quality of this book borrowed from the library which is has obvious food stains and dried food crud on some pages, and at some point must have gotten wet as a large section of pages appear as though they were air dried in the hopes that the damage would not be noticed.

Krajzel May 15, 2011

Every book written by John Saul is a five star, but Faces of Fear is the best one yet!

Feb 16, 2011

Uninspired, barely average thriller

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