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In the Middle of the Night: Review
In the Middle of the Night
By Robert Cormier
(Harper Collins, 203 pages, $8.95)
Reviewed by Ranwick
Well, I picked up the book not really sure what it was about, and half way
through I still wasn't sure but once I grasped hold of what was going on I
couldn't put the book down.
In the Middle of the Night is about an accident in a theater where a balcony
collapses on a number of small children, and kills them, and a few are injured.
The owner of the theatre kill himself and everyone is out to blame John the
usher who was investigating the noises from the balcony at the time. Today the
usher has grown up and has a son. A victim, who died in the accident but came
back to life that day, is out for revenge o...
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