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  • Title: The Devil's Labyrinth
  • Author: John Saul
  • ISBN: 9780345487032
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Hardcover
  • For than three decades, bestselling novelist John Saul has been summoning macabre masterpieces from the darkest realms of his imagination With each new book, his instinct for playing upon our deepest dread has grown only stronger and sinister He s never been afraid to push the boundaries of suspense and confront us with what frightens us most.After his father sFor than three decades, bestselling novelist John Saul has been summoning macabre masterpieces from the darkest realms of his imagination With each new book, his instinct for playing upon our deepest dread has grown only stronger and sinister He s never been afraid to push the boundaries of suspense and confront us with what frightens us most.After his father s untimely death sends fifteen year old Ryan McIntyre into an emotional tailspin, his mother enrolls him in St Isaac s Catholic boarding school, hoping the venerable institution with a reputation for transforming wayward teens can work its magic on her son But troubles are not unknown even at St Isaac, where Ryan arrives to find the school awash in news of one student s violent death, another s mysterious disappearance, and growing incidents of disturbing behavior within the hallowed halls.Things begin to change when Father Sebastian joins the faculty Armed with unprecedented knowledge and uncanny skills acquired through years of secret study, the young priest has been dispatched on an extraordinary and controversial mission to prove the power of one of the Church s most arcane sacred rituals, exorcism Willing or not, St Isaac s most troubled students will be pawns in Father Sebastian s one man war against evil a war so surprisingly effective that the pope himself takes notice of the seemingly miraculous events unfolding an ocean away.But Ryan, drawn ever deeply into Father Sebastian s ministrations, sees and knows otherwise As he witnesses with mounting dread the transformations of his fellow pupils, his certainty grows that forces of darkness, not divinity, are at work Evil is not being cast out something else is being called forth Something that hasn t stirred since the Inquisition s reign of terror Something nurtured through the ages to do its vengeful masters unholy bidding Something whose hour has finally come to bring hell unto earth.
    The Devil s Labyrinth For than three decades bestselling novelist John Saul has been summoning macabre masterpieces from the darkest realms of his imagination With each new book his instinct for playing upon our deepest

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    1. John Saul is a bit of a tush.This book was god awful It provided a whole lot of background and build up, leading to a completely incomprehensible and a simply poor ending.It reminds me of the time my high school girlfriend wanted to save herself for Prom night and then, that night, she left early because her best friend needed consoling for some reason.A whole lot of waiting and patience and anticipation and I was just left unsatisfied.

    2. So there I was in Ely, at the only grocery store in town, and I d forgotten to bring any books with me unpardonable sin, I know, but that s what happens when you re functioning on 5 hours sleep because you were up late the night before baking for your mom s Summer Sweet And Savory Fest It was down to this or The Millionaire s Inexperienced Love Slave I made the wrong choice.

    3. Big buildup then does not explain Also the book has the added bonus of being offensive to Catholics and Muslims at the same time The book did not have strong characters and many parts of it were predictable thankfully the author moved quickly once the reader knows what is going to happen and does not belabor it The characters were also unengaging and one dimensional All of this could have been forgiven, and I kept reading or rather listening as I the author kept the story moving with multiple vi [...]

    4. Like a plethora of the other readers, I found the ending of this book completely unsatisfying, and was additionally dissatisfied by Saul s attempt to ride the tide of generalizations about Muslims I currently live in a predominately Muslim nation where it s the Christians who hate us playing up the fundamentalist actions of a few individuals doesn t help anyone Saul s works have always been sort of a guilty pleasure for me, along with the works of the now deceased and incorporated VC Andrews, an [...]

    5. This book was gripping from the beginning John Saul really knows how to write page turners I don t remember there being any dull moments in this book Just a lot of unanswered questions The book is about a boy, Ryan, who agrees to go to a Catholic school for problem kids At this school, the Father Sebastian is an expert in a sacred old something something something of being able to conjure the bad and evil spirits from the children Instead of using exorcisms the good ol fashioned way, Father Seba [...]

    6. I was very disappointed with this book The two brothers burying a pet lizard and finding a box was a great beginning, and then the story continues in present day Ryan McIntyre is attacked by deliquent school mates at Dickinson s, and transferred to St Isaac s at the suggestion of his mother s boyfriend Tom Kelly It is known from the beginning that Tom Kelly and Father Sebastian Sloane are friends Ryan fits in at St Isaac s but things keep getting bizarre after Ryan finds out that the previous s [...]

    7. I got hooked with the development of each characters, intricacies of their individual circumstances, and how they became intertwined to build the bigger story However, I m just as frustrated finding that I only have 20 pages left to include the climax and the explanation or the lack of it behind the plot John Saul built the momentum, only to lose it s edge in the end due to lack of depth in bringing his story to conclusion Unforgiveable He s outta my list.

    8. This is one of those books that starts out great It was creepy but quite intriguing Then the plot took a twist that I found offensive and I continued reading, saying seriously the whole time I am not going to say that I liked it I would have loved it had the whole thing not devolved into a religious war Nope Sorry.

    9. It was a pretty good read Interesting though lost something at the end Maybe been better if some was cut out Overall though it was a pretty good read.I gave it a B or 3 stars.

    10. Growing up without a father is tough enough but when sixteen year old Ryan McIntyre decides to do the right thing by acting like a man and standing up for himself he gets punished for it Refusing to let a bully cheat of his test gets him beaten up so badly that his bleeding body feels terror at the thought of going back His loving mother Teri reluctantly listens to her boyfriend Tom s advice about transferring Ryan to St Isaac s Preparatory Academy,a Catholic school located in a grand structure [...]

    11. I just finished The Devil s Labyrinth by John Saul As with most of his books, it involved evil possessing a child or teenager This time it involves a teenage boy named Ryan who got beat up at his high school and ended up being sent to the private St Isaac s Preparatory Academy There he meets up with Father Sebastian Sloane, a Catholic priest who has had some success in helping troubled teens This priest has been noticed by the Vatican for his successes.The only problem is, he uses exorcism that [...]

    12. After Ryan McIntyre gets beaten up by thugs at the public HS, his mother transfers him to parochial school, St Isaac s, hoping for a better social situation What Ryan encounters there is far worse than bullying In the bowels of his new school, his classmates are being terrorized literally out of their wits For kindly young Father Sebastian has an agenda of his own.With The Devil s Labyrinth, John Saul has written an overwrought travesty of a horror novel that stretches credulity to the breaking [...]

    13. I made it 200 pages through this book before I admitted being awash in the dirty water of disappointment This is essentially your standard Catholic priests dallying with demons book The twist in this one seems to be that the priest who is stuffing demons into schoolkids is, I think, actually a Muslim in disguise A Muslim in disguise as a Catholic priest, performing reverse exorcisms on high school kids to make them possessed by the devil So he can make some kind of Army of Hades out of them Seri [...]

    14. I ve never been a big fan of John Saul s but gave this one a chance Up until around page 320, this book had me drawn in Great story, good characters and creepy at times Once the antagonists were revealed though, the book lost some of its luster for me Overall, I d recommend it for any John Saul fan or fan s of horror that are looking at a unique thriller with a religious backdrop.

    15. If you like Ghost Stories or things about darker side of religion such as Satan s realm, you will like this book It is a quick read and I found it entertaining enough to cut through the boredom of long layovers and airline flights Of course you may have nightmares after reading it.

    16. Good book My first John Saul book A straight to the point reading with few things that seem to be far fetched as there sometimes is in fiction novels A

    17. After 20 horror novels usually involving the supernatural and children, John Saul has managed not to rework old material, but write an engaging and contemporary tale for his fans The Devil s Labyrinth refers to a tunnel complex under a Catholic boarding school, which is used as a short cut and also for far nefarious purposes The story is full of malevolence and Saul captures the elements of ancient evil very well, crafting a plot which is quite unpredictable at times, twisting and turning until [...]

    18. I m so tired of Saul I try and try amd try again to give him all the chances, and I usually enjoy about 250 pages of his book, but the remaining 200 are so dumb and painful I can t find words for it.Same with this book Nice idea gets lost after some chapters Characters that could be pretty haunting and interesting develop into a hotchpotch of dumb tropes and clich.Like oh, the muslim guy talks about getting fucking pesticide wink wink nudge nudge.Not to mention the idiotic ending Just skip it an [...]

    19. I enjoyed reading this book, however, I did not understand the correlation between the demonic presence that seemed to possess the students and the two brothers It never really clarifies if this is some type of presence they conjured to help them exact their revenge, or what My guess is that it was an ancient entity that possessed them as well to do its bidding Overall, I still enjoyed the book very much and would recommend it I love John Saul, but his books are becoming increasingly difficult t [...]

    20. Great buildup to the climax, but unfortunately everything after the climax falling action, resolution narrative structure was rushed and practically ignored In a practically 400 page novel, the climax takes place on page 388, just 4 pages before the end of the book This is not enough time or space or effort to draw the story to a proper close, and while I enjoyed the exposition and rising action to the climax, the blatant lack of a proper wrap up was an irredeemable disappointment.

    21. Listened to this audiobook on a long trip Likely would not have kept listening if another option were available Very predictable Stereotypical characterizations of Muslims, Catholics, and teenagers Part of issue was the voice acting, but the story was overall disjointed and lacking consistency The end left you with a sense that things weren t wrapped up.

    22. What a massive disappointment this turned out to be The premise was so awesome an intricate maze of tunnels beneath a religious school Evil priests, demons, and evil oh my But none of it was used well Ended up just being a sluggish bore Oh well, moving on.

    23. This is the second book from Saul I have read both were very haunting I think this one was amazing I was surprised by some of the twists in the book Plus the characters are well developed I would definitely recommend to anyone that enjoys thrillers and mysteries.

    24. I have nothing positive to say about this book I didn t even bother passing it on it went straight in the trash.

    25. Despite the horror fan that I am this is actually the first John Saul book I ve ever read My mom didn t like his work so it was always kept out of my house when I was growing up and he just wasn t on my radar enough to really pick up until I found THE DEVIL S LABYRINTH, used, at a local bookstore so I decided to pick it up It was something like 4 for a hardcover Why not, right Saul has an intriguing yet simplistic way of writing that begs to be read I was hooked into the story immediately as it [...]

    26. It should be a sin to read this book.In fact, it is, for only indolence will keep you turning the pages The Devil s Labyrinth, thy name is Sloth.Ryan McIntyre gets himself beat up at school, prompting his mom, Teri, to send him to Catholic School It could be worse with his soldier father dead, Ryan s mom has started seeing Tom, and Ryan, who doesn t like Tom at all, is happy to get away from him Oh, sure, St Isaac s is a strange place one kid slits a woman s throat shortly before Ryan arrives an [...]

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