It was a few years back that I tried reading The Guardian (Bantam Books, Jan ), well before I knew it was actually Jeffrey Konvitz’s sequel to his Miss Finney Kills Now and Then by Al Dempsey (): I’m Younger. El guardián. Front Cover. Jeffrey Konvitz. Círculo de Lectores, – pages Bibliographic information. QR code for El guardián. Jeffrey Konvitz was born in New York City, but after graduating from Cornell University and Columbia Law School, he headed to Los Angeles, where he lives .

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Sep 28, R. Looking for answers, Michael breaks into a records archive of the Catholic Church. Not a lot of surprises here, mostly a retread of the events of the first book, but with new victims.

Too Much Horror Fiction: The Guardian by Jeffrey Konvitz (): Blinded Eyes to See

Filled with real events and real heroes and villains, who rampaged from New York’s Bowery through to Chicago, St. I’m Younger Than That Now.

Set up a giveaway. The writing’s not great, jefrey there are large sections that are boring. This story has scenes packed with the sort of melodrama that sells The Exorcist – cackling demons, staunch priests, innocent people being dragged toward some grotesque destin Having read The Sentinel, I of course had to read The Guardian.


I was hoping for a better follow-up to the first book. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Customers who viewed this item also viewed.

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Strangely enough, my previous read also featured a nun called Therese, although in that case it was her I’ve always guardiaan a penchant for horror based on Catholicism, so when I picked up “The Apocalypse” at a BookCrossing meeting, I decided to get hold of a copy of “The Sentinel” as well and read them both.

Is our heroine crazy or is she in hell? Please try again later. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? That book had a solid storyline behind it but The Guardian jumps around and feels jerky in style and story telling. English Choose a language for shopping. Through a window without curtains, an ancient blind nun sits perpetually gazing Get to Know Us.

If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? In an open window, a hideous blind nun perpetually gazing You won’t regret reading this one–a thrill ride jeffey the first page.

Still an interesting story though.

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The book I had read in paperback before and enjoyed it. Blinded Eyes to See. TV shows wanting to extend the life of a show toss a kid into the mix, keffrey Konvitz uses the same strategy here to eke a little more life out of a worn out idea. Her furious husband sets out on a relentless path of revenge.

Aug 27, Danielle Holmes rated it it was amazing. Okay, there was no PC in the s hopefully we have all grown.

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The inhabitants of Hell are actually her fellow “neighbours”, and they know that they have one chance to escape the abyss – pressuring Alison to complete her suicide. The house is inhabited on the top floor by Father Francis Matthew Halloran, a reclusive blind Catholic priest who spends his guardan sitting at his open window. A shame, as The Sentinel is great fun. Discover Prime Book Box for Kids.

The Twisted History of ’70s and ’80s Horror Fiction. Refresh and try again. This article does not cite any sources.