Blue Sunshine

Ken Johnson

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Blue Sunshine

Blue Sunshine It started off as a great party just eight of them in a ski lodge in upstate New York But then the last guest Frannie arrived There was something wrong with Frannie s hair And something very wrong w

  • Title: Blue Sunshine
  • Author: Ken Johnson
  • ISBN: 9780895590725
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Paperback
  • It started off as a great party just eight of them in a ski lodge in upstate New York But then the last guest, Frannie, arrived There was something wrong with Frannie s hair And something very wrong with his eyes And what he did to three of the girls was too hideous for descriptionThat was just the start After that, things began to happen all over New York ugly tIt started off as a great party just eight of them in a ski lodge in upstate New York But then the last guest, Frannie, arrived There was something wrong with Frannie s hair And something very wrong with his eyes And what he did to three of the girls was too hideous for descriptionThat was just the start After that, things began to happen all over New York ugly things psychosis, insanity, murder and no one could find an explanation The police were helpless because they didn t know that behind all the grisly happenings lay a single, uncontrollable horror A horror called BLUE SUNSHINE

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    One thought on “Blue Sunshine

    1. Mark Kosobucki on said:

      I saw this movie years ago and loved it. The book is fun and kept my attention despite not being very long. Once this gets going it's hard to put down.

    2. Ross Armstrong on said:

      Novelization of a strange little movie. It starts with a group of friends getting together at an upstate New York ski lodge which ends in the horrific deaths of three of the girls. Then random people all over the state of New York start showing signs of psychosis, insanity and murder. There doesn't seem to be any link between the perpetrators. They are all from different backgrounds and different segments of society. Only one man, Jerry Ziplin, starts to put the pieces together and discovers tha [...]

    3. Fishface on said:

      A precious jewel of a book! While it's clearly one of those "American" novels written by a Brit, I found the writing pretty engaging. The story drew me in deeper and deeper, and I kept turning the pages to see how it would all come out. Good mayhem, good mystery, good period-specific references to all the things that were absolutely new in the Seventies, like indoor shopping malls and Barry White albums.

    4. Edward Diesel on said:

      Rather underwhelming. Weak story. Not the author's fault. The script is tepid, so the adaptation is too.

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