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Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Review: The Sentinel

The Sentinel The Sentinel by Jeffrey Konvitz
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Review: THE SENTINEL by Jeffrey Konvitz

Originally published in 1974, and later adapted as film, THE SENTINEL relates the tragic tale of model Allison Parker, an Indiana native living the dream in Manhattan. The death by terminal illness of her long-estranged father should finally free her from the traumatic chains of her past. Certainly, the serendipity of discovering an affordable renovated brownstone apartment is an external indicator of her new good fortune. But "too good to be true" often has a gritty underside. How could psychologically disordered naif Allison expect that the brownstone is a virtual portal to hell?

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