6 edition of Searching for Intruders found in the catalog.
January 7, 2003
by Harper Perennial
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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The title piece of the book, Searching for Intruders, is hilarious, reminding me a bit of A Rose for Emily without the southern gothic twang. Byler's writing is deceptively simple--his ear and eyes are so sharp, he makes it look easy/5(9). Though this debut novel contains moments of promise, Stephen Raleigh Byler's Searching for Intruders fails to achieve the emotional depth to which it aspires.
In a series of short stories separated by vignettes, the book's narrator, Wilson Hues, relates painful incidents in his life/5(9). We loved the TV series the Intruders based on the book, so we read the book and it, while slightly different, is a really good book, a detective mystery story with a somewhat supernatural twist.
In fact, we liked this book so much that were going to read other of Michael Marshalls books (apparently he also writes as Michael Marshall Smith /5. Get this from a library. Searching for intruders: a novel in stories. [Stephen Raleigh Byler] -- In eleven Searching for Intruders book stories, the evolving self-awareness of a hapless drifter in rural Pennsylvania who finds himself, in strange moments of illumination, obsessed with.
SEARCHING FOR INTRUDERS: A Novel in Stories Stephen Raleigh Byler, Author. Morrow $ (p) ISBN Buy this book Resilience, empathy and a dark sense of humor sustain the well. Searching for Intruders consists of eleven major stories, each of which could stand alone as a discrete narrative.
Each story is preceded by a separate cryptic narrative vignette of less than a page. These twenty-two segments are then divided into part I and part II, as many novels are. The Searching for Intruders book is E.E. Richardsons second novel for Random House Childrens Books and it is an excellent thriller for children around the age of and is guaranteed to give them a good scare.
The book will most likely give you goose-bumps and bring your fears to life in a way, like being scared of looking in the bathroom mirror and finding /5.
The best insight into the theme and structure of the novel, however, can be found not in this conclusion, but in the title story "Searching for Intruders" and its accompanying prose poem "Barbecue." Eleven stories, each one preceded by an italicized vignette, recount the misfortunes of a sensitive and resilient loser, Wilson Hues.
“Stephen Byler’s stories move with ease between shocking acts of physical and emotional violence and moments of quiet moral reflection. Searching for Intruders is a strong and distinctive debut.” —Tom Perrotta, author of Little Children “Byler’s debut is.
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We had been getting along well again, renting a house back in Reading. There was a heat wave, and we had no air conditioner. It was late, almost A.M. We were naked in bed. Sprung from the mind of X-Files writer Glen Morgan, Intruders makes a concerted effort to be creepy, and, in many ways, that thoughtfulness pays off.
The series' initial moments are both artful and awful, and the first episode concludes with a well-timed sense of dread.3/5. The Vietnam War is finally over but for Lt. Jake Grafton, just back from two harrowing combat cruises, his own country seems almost as hostile. When his fists get him in trouble, he lands an excruciating eight-month cruise on the aircraft carrier Columbia teaching jarheads - Marines - the nuances of carrier aviation.
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This book far surpassed my expectations. It was intense and creepy. I really had no idea how the book would end, which kept me turning the pages to find out.
I was hooked from the first chapter, and it was a wild ride until the end. Overall, The Intruders is an excellent book. It is well worth your time to read this one.5/5(5). Searching for Intruders Searching for Intruders Byler, Stephen Raleigh.
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Anna suffers from agoraphobia so crippling that when a trio of criminals break into her house, she cannot bring herself to flee. But what the intruders don't realize is that agoraphobia is not her only problem/10(11K).
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Formed in the early sixties, The Intruders were four Philadelphians, Sam "Little Sonny" Brown, Eugene "Bird" Daughtry, Phillip "Phil" Terry and Robert "Big Sonny" Edwards.
Singing together sincethe group blended Philly's street corner doo-wop tradition with black gospel influences that attracted Kenny .