The Fan



From The Acclaimed Author Of Lights Out Comes An Eerily Suspenseful, Darkly Original Tale Of Obsession Gil Renard Has An All Consuming Passion For Baseball Bobby Rayburn Is A Baseball Superstar And Gil S Hero When Rayburn Goes Into A Demoralizing Slump, Gil Has No Choice But To Infiltrate The Celebrity World Of Rayburn In A Desperate, Deadly Attempt To Make Things Right.The Fan

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  • Hardcover
  • 338 pages
  • The Fan
  • Peter Abrahams
  • English
  • 22 November 2018
  • 0446518603

10 thoughts on “The Fan

  1. says:

    A master class in how to make a thriller with minimal violence There is no opening with finding the killer s handiwork, no bad guy killing someone every few pages.It s not completely clean of course, but Peter Abrahams finds a way to introduce genera...

  2. says:

    The Fan is a fast paced thriller that will appeal to both to fans of the genre no pun intended and to the sports geek who wants to expand into other reading areas The storyline is fast paced with quite a bit of suspense andthan enough baseball and behind the scenes of professional sports for the sports enthusiast The novel does a nice job of switching back and forth between the protagonist a knife salesman who is down on his luck , the sports star who also is battling through a caree The Fan is a fast paced thriller that will appeal to both to fans of the genre no pun intended and to the sports geek who wants to expand into other reading areas The storyline is fast paced with quite a bit of suspense andthan enough baseball and behind the scenes of professional sports for the sports enthusiast The novel does a nice job of switching back and forth between the protagonist a knife salesman who ...

  3. says:

    Even if you re not a baseball fan, I challenge you not to get wrapped up in this one.Gil Renard is a baseball fanatic His object of obsession Slumping Sox star Bobby Rayburn This novel is an interesting profile of life in the spotlight, and Rayburn could very easily be any major leaguer playing today I just hope there aren t a whole lot of Gil Renards out there.Watching this guy slowly come apart at the seams is reason alone for reading this At one point, it s actually hilarious My only kn Even if you re not a baseball fan, I challenge you not to get wrapped up in this one.Gil Renard is a baseball fanatic His object of obsession Slumping Sox star Bobby Rayb...

  4. says:

    I found this 1995 but new to me book to be an engaging, entertaining page turner Much of it reminded me of the dark and humorous Jason Starr novels involving characters who just can t seem to keep themselves f...

  5. says:

    Never judge a book by the movie made from it This book is aren t they all so much better than Hollywood s version A stalker s tale Frightening and captivating Loved it.

  6. says:

    Don t have too much to say about this one it was a very quick read, but that was about it I do wish that the action was dispersed throughout the book, rather than rushed towards the end I saw the movie a long time ago, so my memory may be off, but I don t remember it happening that way I was 3 4 of the way through the book and kept wondering when the main action was going to start with Gil and Rayburn The climax was also really hok...

  7. says:

    I read this book several years ago I m sure Boston Red Sox fans love it, about a deranged fan If you like dark thrillers about deranged killers, then this is the book for you I will say Peter Abrahams is a very good...

  8. says:

    Not a single likable or even sympathetic character in this book I m not finished but I m done I enjoyed an earlier novel by Peter Abrahams, but this one simply isn t worth the time to try to slog through.

  9. says:

    This wasn t bad just a bit slow for me I feel like most of the action didn t take place till the end of the book and because of that the end felt rushed to me Not a bad end just rushed a bit.

  10. says:

    De Niro may have been funny on screen but Peter Abrahams Gill Renard is one of the most terrifying psychopaths I have ever met.

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