Psycho New Edition Penguin Readers Graded Readers Marion is lost on a dark and lonely road she s tired and hungry and afraid She thinks she s dreaming when she sees a motel sign shining in the darkness Bates Motel But for Marion the nightmare is just

  • Title: Psycho New Edition (Penguin Readers (Graded Readers))
  • Author: Robert Bloch
  • ISBN: 0582416728
  • Page: 246
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  • Marion is lost on a dark and lonely road she s tired and hungry and afraid She thinks she s dreaming when she sees a motel sign shining in the darkness Bates Motel But for Marion the nightmare is just beginning Psycho is one of the most famous horror films of all time starring Janet Leigh and Anthony Perkins It s also a spine chilling story you won t be able to stop reading.

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    1. Novela excelente. La recomendaría a cualquier lector. Y además con el aliciente de dar pie a una gran película.Gracias.

    2. Roughly three decades after my first viewing of Hitchcock classic cinematic adaptation of Psycho, I finally managed to get around to reading the original source material. Having lived through so many sequels, prequels, remakes, and re-imagined takes on Hitchcock’s original film, it’s almost a struggle to read Robert Block’s novel without letting the cultural impact of what is now an entertainment franchise influence the experience. Luckily, Bloch’s Psycho has an inherent timeless built i [...]

    3. It was a great book and a short read. Recently a friend got me into watching "Bates Motel" on A&E, and I was mesmerized by the life of Norman Bates. I came to learn that this show was the prequel of Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho" and realized that I was very interested in understanding how "Norman Bates" was gonna turn out. So, I read the movies, and picked up this book, which I was able to read in a day. What was awesom eabout this book, is that it gave considerable detail about Mr. Bates psyche a [...]

    4. "I think perhaps all of us go a little crazy at times". These are the actual words spoken by the infamous Norman Bates in Robert Bloch's classic novel. I am impressed with Bloch's work. His writing is stellar as he showcases the odd-intentions analytical mind of Norma, and crafts characters who are obviously memorable, specifically Norman and "Mother". And what also impresses me so is Hitchcock's faithfulness to the story, with two major exceptions: 1) The specific way in which Marion Crane dies [...]

    5. If you know the movie, you know this book. Hitchcock's film is a scene by scene recreation of the novel. Still, it's a fast-moving and entertaining read, written in a terse, hard-boiled detective fiction style commonly associated with film noir. We get a little more insight into Norman Bates than the movie offers us, and the novel successfully hides the truth of Norman's mother until the very end, unless of course you've seen the film. It's fun to see how well Bloch manages throughout the book t [...]

    6. This book is timeless and is better than the movie at giving a more in depth look at the characters although Alfred Hitchcock did a fantastic job in putting the novel into a film. This was an exciting and entertaining read. It was short so it is easy to read in one day for those who do not have a lot of time.

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