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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Evil is flourishing and soon no innocent will be safe.
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He also explains that the house is actually positioned over the gateway between our world and Hell and that there must be gatekeeper to protect the jeffrej from the denizens of the underworld. Some of the plotting is a tad risible but it definitely keeps your interest. Mar 02, Hazel rated it it was amazing Shelves: This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification.
This sequel to The Sentinel gyardian many questions the first one doesn’t and is far more sinister. The house is inhabited on the top floor by a reclusive blind Catholic priest, who may or may not be evil.
I must say that I wasn’t e that sure what grade to give this book after I finished reading it.
May 11, David rated it liked it. The real fault lies with his editors. Remember the paperback cover art but not the title or author? Good novel with creepy atmospheric setting.
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In the end, it was a cool story, I just didn’t like the journey there. May Learn how and when to remove this template message. I liked the original, so I enjoyed seeing how the story continued.
Jul 17, Krk rated it did not like it Shelves: Please help improve it or discuss guaddian issues on the talk page.
Some sequels aren’t as good as the original story, but this one is. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Burnt Offerings Valancourt 20th Century Classics.
jeffry Obviously, Konvitz was pleased with the success of The Sentinel and its movie adaptation–this book reads like one movie sequel set piece after another.
It took me months to get through the book because I just didn’t care about the story. Sep 04, Lucille rated it it was amazing.
Retrieved from ” https: The whole thing appears to have been written in a desperate hurry and submitted at the first draft stage. The book itself was 3 stars.
Dig the ’70s hair on these folks, though. The cover should’ve told me all I needed to know, I mean a creepy old nun with blank orbs for eyes. Halloran, Michael learns that the man has none.
The Guardian by Jeffrey Konvitz
The Sentinel of course has the two randy lesbians who try to corrupt the innocent and frigid! Fans of a series especially will expect certain key elements in any novel or film claiming to be part of the series.
I found the first book to be homophobic. A definite improvement over the sentinel in its attitude to homosexuality.