The Little Stranger (Movie Tie-In Edition)

The Little Stranger (Movie Tie-In Edition)

Author: Sarah Waters
$12.00
THE OFFICIAL MOVIE TIE-IN EDITION: Soon to be a major motion picture from Universal Pictures, this is the #1 bestselling tale of a family haunted by the past - and perhaps more - from one of our most exciting contemporary novelists.

In the summer of 1947, Hundreds Hall, the once grand home of the Ayres family, is in decline. When Dr. Faraday, who visited the house as the young son of a former servant, is called to see a patient there, he is shocked to see how badly the family is struggling. As Faraday grows closer to Mrs. Ayres, her war-damaged son Roddie, and her daughter Caroline, disturbing events start to occur, and he begins to wonder if they are threatened by something more sinister than a world that has left them behind. And when a romance begins, and then falters, between Faraday and Caroline, the reader begins to wonder if Faraday is as reliable a narrator as he seems.
    
The Little Stranger confirms that Sarah Waters is the rarest of writers: one who can tell a riveting, spine-tingling, mysterious story in the finest of literary prose.
Book Title The Little Stranger (Movie Tie-In Edition)
Author Sarah Waters
Type Used Book
THE OFFICIAL MOVIE TIE-IN EDITION: Soon to be a major motion picture from Universal Pictures, this is the #1 bestselling tale of a family haunted by the past - and perhaps more - from one of our most exciting contemporary novelists.

In the summer of 1947, Hundreds Hall, the once grand home of the Ayres family, is in decline. When Dr. Faraday, who visited the house as the young son of a former servant, is called to see a patient there, he is shocked to see how badly the family is struggling. As Faraday grows closer to Mrs. Ayres, her war-damaged son Roddie, and her daughter Caroline, disturbing events start to occur, and he begins to wonder if they are threatened by something more sinister than a world that has left them behind. And when a romance begins, and then falters, between Faraday and Caroline, the reader begins to wonder if Faraday is as reliable a narrator as he seems.
    
The Little Stranger confirms that Sarah Waters is the rarest of writers: one who can tell a riveting, spine-tingling, mysterious story in the finest of literary prose.