Mischief

Mischief Best Read || [Douglas Clegg], Mischief Best Read || [Douglas Clegg], Mischief, Douglas Clegg, Mischief Horrormeister Douglas Clegg tones down the gore and ratchets up the suspense in his latest nightmarescape Mischief This time out Clegg chooses a setting ripe with explosive potential Harrow Academy a private boy s school located inside in old haunted mansion Yet ghosts are only part of the problem in this tale of tragedy psychological manipulation and horror YounHorrormeister Dougla. Mischief Best Read || [Douglas Clegg] - Mischief, Mischief Horrormeister Douglas Clegg tones down the gore and ratchets up the suspense in his latest nightmarescape Mischief This time out Clegg chooses a setting ripe with explosive potential Harrow Academy

  • Title: Mischief
  • Author: Douglas Clegg
  • ISBN: 9780843947663
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Paperback

Mischief Best Read || [Douglas Clegg]

Mischief, Mischief Best Read || [Douglas Clegg] - Mischief, Mischief Horrormeister Douglas Clegg tones down the gore and ratchets up the suspense in his latest nightmarescape Mischief This time out Clegg chooses a setting ripe with explosive potential Harrow Academy

  • Mischief Best Read || [Douglas Clegg]
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564 thoughts on “Mischief

  1. Douglas Clegg Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Mischief book, this is one of the most wanted Douglas Clegg author readers around the world.

  2. I feel like I wasted my time reading this It had a teen feel to it The writing was overly simplistic The characters were thin The dialogue was sketchy To sum it up, it was unrealistic and unsatisfying Not for me.

  3. First published back in 2000, Douglas Clegg s novel Mischief is the first release within the Harrow Academy series of books Set within a private school for boys named Harrow Academy , Clegg tells the tale of a young first grader named Jim Hook who finds himself becoming thrust into a secret and potentially dangerous society after being found cheating on a history test The novel throws in supernatural twists and lays down thick slabs of suspense throughout, bringing about an enjoyable novel that [...]

  4. Read a while back but recently came upon some related books in this genre series by Douglas Clegg that led me back to this one Actually this was the first book to refer to the Harrow House Nightmare House written in 2002 was actually the third book chronologically speaking on Harrow House but because it gives the backstory it s considered by most as the first After reading Mischief, one can understand the reason for the latter Still all and all not a bad read Recommend to those of the haunted ho [...]

  5. Douglas Clegg is another writer who like Jack Ketchum has managed to go under my radar over the past couple of years Recently, however, his presence seems to be felt everywhere I look social networking sites, web presences that deal exclusively in the realm of dark fiction, and of course having his titles pop out with ever increasing dexterity in bookshops and bargain bins displayed out the front And like Ketchum , seems to be one of those writers who is still sculpting a stellar reputation, rel [...]

  6. This review will be a lot shorter than my others, and my apologies to the author should he be reading this It s no reflection on the book, my own personal life, as having just moved house I haven t really had access to the computer and definitely no access to the internet It s been about two weeks since I finished Mischief, by Douglas Clegg.Jim Hook is a fifteen year old boy from a suddenly poor family, out of place in the prestigious all boys Harrow Academy yes It s Harrow His father and older [...]

  7. Horror expansions begin Rose I ve read the first title on my horror expansion list, and it was a corker Douglas Clegg never fails to bring the fear, and this prequel to the Harrow House series was hallucinatorily terrifying It s must read if you are fascinated by cults, Magick, and the idea of esoteric knowledges Caveat if you do not enjoy sexual horror, this book is not for you At all Harrow House prequels The NecromancerIsis 1 Nightmare House2 Mischief3 The Infinite4 The Abandoned Thorn I have [...]

  8. 3.5 STARSI started this book before bed, planning to read myself to sleep I wound up staying awake nearly all day and reading than three quarters of it before dozing off So, needless to say, I really enjoyed reading MISCHIEF However, at the end I felt like there was something missing, and several things I didn t really understand I wonder if that would be different, had I read the first book in the Harrow House series this is the second I liked this enough, though, that I ve added the other Har [...]

  9. Well, this one is not Nightmare House What a shame Too many boobs and sexual references for me Not enough action or meaty story line Why it so very much bothered me really so the last 2 chapters were exciting and close to Nightmare House 1 8 of this book was actual move forward story Leaving 7 8 to tell mishmash stupid details of farts or sexual crap.

  10. I loved the premise of Mischief and had high hopes for it, but I was totally disappointed in the end There s a lot of build up and tension to what seems to be an explosive climax, but that never happens It really fizzles out, and I left feeling very unsatisfied I ve tried another one of Clegg s novels, and I think he may just not be for me.

  11. I really loved the other Harrow books and this one was good as well but it seemed to end kind of abruptly The story was pretty good overall and as always Douglas Clegg is a very good writer I guess what made me give it such a low rating was that the evil around Jim had to do with people and less to do with the house than it should have.

  12. This was not one of my favourite Douglas Clegg books I didn t find it scary at all Then again, books about hauntings tend to bore me And it reminded me somewhat if the Skull and Crossbones Society that I have read about I also found that it wound up too quickly Not that I like long and drawn out endings, but it could have been spun out a bit .

  13. This had some decent suspense and atmosphere But, with the two three times of repeating an incident and the 15 year old protaganist, had the feel of a YA novel With the F Bombs, I know it wasn t intended to be, but I felt I would have really enjoyed this in junior high or high school.

  14. kept me interested but disappointing ending All these complex characters were introduced but I didn t feel they were ever really used to their full potential Sometimes this will leave me wanting for but in this particular book it was just disappointing.

  15. The sequel to Nightmare House, and a much better book More in depth, developed, a great creepy setting My only problem was the ending, which was kind of confusing.

  16. This is the first Clegg book I ever read It s engrossing, addictive, and will leave you wanting I ve been hooked on Clegg s fiction ever since.

  17. Oddly familiar, did I read this once before Starts off almost pedantic then builds with a relentless pace to plunge over the edge.

  18. Douglas Clegg is another favorite of mine This is one of the Harrow House books, and very enjoyable Another fast read, finished it in a day.

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