The Infinite

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Dorchester Publishing Company, 2001 - Fiction - 377 pages
19 Reviews
Harrow is haunted, they say. The mansion is a place of tragedy and nightmares, evil and insanity. First it was a madman's fortress; then it became a school. Now it lies empty. But an obsessed woman and a ghost hunter want to bring the house back to life to find out what lurks within Harrow. Together they assemble the people who they believe can pierce the mansion's shadows.

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The ending was cliched and unsatisfying. - Goodreads
I admire this unique take on writing a series. - Goodreads
The ending, though, was anticlimactic and a bit cheesy. - Goodreads
My first introduction to Clegg was The Attraction. - Goodreads
Oh well, I read the ending of Harrow house. - Goodreads

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User Review  - jefware - LibraryThing

A long slow train wreck. If nothing had happened it would have been more surprising. (At one point I almost believed nothing would!) Still, it was an enjoyable read and the theme (The Infinite is only scary when viewed from this side of life) was refreshing in a way. Read full review

Review: The Infinite (Harrow House #3)

User Review  - Kate - Goodreads

I really liked the characters' stories. The ending, though, was anticlimactic and a bit cheesy. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
22
Section 2
41
Section 3
48
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About the author (2001)

Douglas Clegg is the author of many books, including the best sellers Nightmare Chronicles, The Hour Before Dark, The Infinite, and You Come When I Call You. He lives outside Manhattan.

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