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Comes the Blind Fury
Comes the Blind Fury
Comes the Blind Fury
Audiobook6 hours

Comes the Blind Fury

Written by John Saul

Narrated by Tanya Eby

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars



About this audiobook

Amanda: A century ago, a gentle blind girl walked the cliffs of Paradise Point. Then the children came - taunting, teasing - until she lost her footing and fell, shrieking her rage to the drowning sea...

Michelle: Now Michelle has come from Boston to live in the big house on Paradise Point. She is excited about her new life, ready to make new friends...until a hand reaches out of the swirling mists - the hand of a blind child. She is asking for friendship...seeking revenge...whispering her name...

Release dateJan 25, 2007
Comes the Blind Fury

John Saul

John Saul’s first novel Suffer the Children became an instant bestseller, as have many of the thirty-three novels of dark suspense he has published since. Amidst this busy writing schedule, he divides his time between Seattle, Washington and Hawaii.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    Cal and June Pendleton, along with their adopted 12-year-old daughter, Michelle, leave their urban lives in Boston for the peaceful, slower paced life Paradise Point has to offer. Despite the idyllic name and New England locale, Paradise Point is seething with secrets. Set in 1980, the locals fear the century old story of a 12-year-old named Amanda who was blind. Taunted by her peers, Amanda is forced off a cliff to an early death. Amanda's travails parallel those of Michelle. The former honor student who had no demerits or other negative marks on her previous report cards in Boston does an about face in Paradise Point. Michelle's life is soon taken over by Amanda only to learn that there is another Amanda on the scene who died in 1880. But was Amanda real? Was Amanda really dead or had she somehow been reanimated? Was Michelle imagining things? The parallel travails of two girls, separated by a century in time makes for some very riveting reading.

    This was the first John Saul book I ever read and the one that got me hooked. I have since read every book he has ever written.
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    Reread. My first horror book. I read this at age 12. I still love it. A great ghost story. Unfortunately, I listened to the scribd version, which was abridged.
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    First book by Saul I've read and it hit a solid five on my watch. The story of how a 12-year-old girl becomes entranced by the spirit of another 12-year-old blind girl is solid and compelling, (especially if you are a spiritulist). Makes me want to read more by Saul.