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Amityville: The Horror Returns

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After the horror of Amityville, the Lutzes looked forward to a peaceful life in California. But, it seems their peaceful cul-de-sac is infested with apparitions--the terror is back! The Lutz family cannot escape the evil of their past house.
Paperback, 280 pages
Published July 1st 1989 by Tudor Publishing
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Dec 11, 2014 Ashley rated it did not like it
This book was TERRIBLE. Twisting the original story and characters into a joke just for more profit. This should not be labeled as horror, it should be sold from the comedy section. It was disgraceful how the author used Native American mysticism as plot filler.

I hated how Kathy was made into a total joke up until the very end. None of the characters seemed more than two dimensional. The author jumped from person to person without warning. Even worse, there are time when he jumps not only chara
Patwell James
Apr 17, 2016 Patwell James rated it it was ok
A blatantly fictional cash-in that selectively ignores the continuity of previous installments to the point of not aging the children despite the several-year time gap between stories. Filled with stereotypical "magical Indian" mumbo-jumbo and other complete hokum that has little if anything to do with the original allegedly-true story. Still, there are a few creepy moments interspersed among all the silliness, and it's far from the worst book in the series.
Nigel S.
Jun 27, 2011 Nigel S. rated it it was ok one point in the story someone points out that something is "too understandable to be afraid of", and, following that logic, this book is completely incomprehensible. The main family's kids get possessed; their babysitter turns into a raging slut; the parents almost die in a plane crash; a six-foot-tall tombstone appears on a golf course (You know what would've been hilarious? If it said "Your Long Game".); and there's even a zombie attack, thwarted in part through the use of kung fu. Who ...more
Xondra Day
Sep 14, 2014 Xondra Day rated it liked it
This wasn't bad at all. I was a little skeptic when I started to read it. The cover is cheesy, and the writing isn't the best, but overall the story was decent. I felt like I was reading a made for TV movie. And guess what? According to the back cover it ended up being made into a TV movie!
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