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Amityville: The Evil Escapes

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When George and Kathy Lutz fled their home in Amityville, they took nothing but the clothes on their back. And now the contents of the house will be sold. Some people who are hunting for bargains will end up with a lot more than they ever imagined. First U.S. publication.
Paperback, 420 pages
Published June 1st 1988 by Tudor Publishing
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Patwell James
Jan 18, 2010 Patwell James rated it did not like it
After the disappointing Amityville Horror II, I was hoping I'd endured the worst of the series. I was very wrong.

The Evil Escapes is presented as a collection of short stories about people with tenuous connections to the infamous house. Of the six stories included, only one (the fourth, to be exact) is at all worthwhile. The rest are terrible, unscary, and poorly-written dreck.

I suppose I should've been alerted by two warning signs. Firstly, there is a typo on the back cover. Secondly, the book
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Rosebud
Jan 22, 2016 Rosebud rated it really liked it
I CANNOT put this book down ! I bought this just to complete the Amityville series of stories (Although I am aware this is not meant to be as "factual" as the other books) I don't care though, its a great story true or not....split into several sections after the main couple of chapters explain who bought what from the house sale....its written in quite short chapters, and keeps you reading and wanting to know what happens next. Brililant stuff !

Ok......I finished this book yesterday and despite
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Ryan Page
Nov 01, 2016 Ryan Page rated it did not like it
Well there's a dude with a haunted power drill who thinks he's a viking and the book ends with some other dude with a tomahawk in his chest having sex with some demons. Not sure how I got through the 400 pages in between
Matthew Holman
Mar 31, 2016 Matthew Holman rated it it was ok
This book is a collection of short stories based around the Amityville haunting and house...it's not a continuation of the Lutz family story. A few of the stories were good and freaky but the rest were not, especially the last story that was drawn out and confusing at times.
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