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The Fan Bawdy and aging Broadway star Sally Ross and her tough secretary Belle who cling together against the realities of lost loves and life passing enter a world of bizarre terror when a persistent fan

  • Title: The Fan
  • Author: Bob Randall
  • ISBN: 9780446958875
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Fan By Bob Randall, Bawdy and aging Broadway star Sally Ross and her tough secretary, Belle, who cling together against the realities of lost loves and life passing, enter a world of bizarre terror when a persistent fan s letters turn perverse, obscene and menacing.
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    1. I used to work at a small library in South Dakota Please hold all your comments to yourself I have heard them all before One thing the small town where this library is located gave me was books Lots of them I was the only male surrounded by women 20 or years older than me They knew my passion for reading And when donated books came to the library after my departure these ladies would place the books they thought I would like to read in a box for me THE FAN was one of these books I had never hea [...]

    2. Excellent creepiness Creep supreme All things creepy Creepy Is Us This short, intense story of psychological suspense horror is told entirely in the form of letters, newspaper articles, police reports and Post It notes left for the housekeeper The plot is simple a legendary stage actress is stalked by an increasingly obsessed fan named Douglas Breen After all these years, I still remember the name and it still gives me chills The various voices, particularly that of the celebrity attempting to l [...]

    3. theguardian books 201I read this when I was 18 19 not long after release and can hardly recall it but do remember liking it The link posted reminded me of it.

    4. Boy What a creepy novel, and what a unique way of presenting the novel Sally Ross is a famous theatre artist whose charm has made many go gaga over her, including one Mr Douglas Breen, who claims to be her greatest fan and also her lover All is fine till one day, when Sally s assistant ends up replying to one of the letters of Douglas What starts as a devotion of a fan ends up being an dangerous obsession, crossing the limits of sanity and logic.The entire novel is written as correspondence betw [...]

    5. The novel was excellent, written from beginning to end in the form of letters and notes to and from the characters Hilarious and quirky turns to creepy and sadistic A gripper that I read in a few hours as I was enthralled with the plot The Book is much better than the movie that followed in 1981 If the movie has been seen and the book unread I recommend reading the book The story in the book version is vivid, exciting and thrilling The movie The Fan starring Lauren Bacall, James Garner, Maureen [...]

    6. Read this in a Reader s Digest condensed book when I was about in 5th grade I was staying at my grandparents house while my parents were out of town and I must have been desperate for reading material because this isn t for kids Just found it and re read it as an adult Story of a stalker to a movie star before we even knew what a stalker was All written in a correspondence format through letters It stood the test of time for me I just finished it and it was as good and creepy as I remembered it [...]

    7. One of the creepiest books I ve ever read The book is written in the form of notes and letters to and from the characters Slowly the letters turn sadistic threatening Its almost like eavesdropping on someone s private mail I absolutely loved it

    8. This book was the basis for the incredibly misguided slasher movie of the same name starring Lauren Bacall What makes the book so amazing is that the story is told completely through correspondence through the characters the movie touches on this, but nowhere near the level in the book A really fun read, especially if you ve seen the movie.

    9. I read this book several years ago, it is written mostly in a series of letters between characters I loved it.

    10. A good, quick read I saw the film before I read the book, so the ending was an interesting switch This also predates all of the interest in fan stalkers generated by the murder of John Lennon and the attempted assassination of President Reagan Nowadays, this story would probably be based on email correspondence rather than letters.What makes this book interesting is the extent to which Sally Ross seems completely oblivious to her fans We do know that her assistant is the one who actually signs t [...]

    11. I first read this book not long after it came out in the late 1970s, but I just saw the movie made a few years later on cable a couple of months ago and it prompted me to seek out another copy of the book It s about a Broadway star and an obsessive fan, who starts writing letters, each demanding than the last, finally becoming very threatening It will keep you on the edge of your chair 116 of 120 books pledged to read review during 2016

    12. Another book fair find that surprised me If you re into creepy this one is for you It s the story of a stalker who is pursuing a movie star but the entire novel is written in the style of correspondence For one of those sleepless nights or when you re just in the mood for something different.

    13. Written entirely through letters between a dozen or so characters published in the mid 1970s , this book started out hilariously funny The voice of Sally, the actress about whom the title character obsesses, is so clear and heartbreakingly funny that I barely noticed when the plot took a dark turn The book gets weird, but it s mostly a fun ride.

    14. I read the Readers Digest condensed version, so I am not sure what part of the plot and or details were edited out I read this book as a teenager, and wow did it have an entirely new meaning I think I will probably get a cheap used copy on to see what I missed.

    15. I read this in high school I liked how it was composed of notes and letters The main character who is the stalker was very creepy indeed My friend and I laughed about the part where he tasted her nectar And were all eeww.e slept with a stalker What do you expect, we were 14.

    16. I liked this book and I read it in one day After all the build up, I was not thrilled with the ending, but everyone likes different endings It was good and worth reading as the whole story was told through correspondence between the characters I love that way of telling a story.

    17. Told in the form of letters of correspondence 1970 s would be emails texts today Read it in one sitting somewhat predictable but still, the format made it intriguing reading.

    18. After years of loving the movie I got my hands on a copy of the book A very different style of writing but I did enjoy it.

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