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House of Stairs

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House of Stairs

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William Sleator

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Publisher:

Puffin

Categories:

Fantasy/Science fiction

Ages:

9-12, 13+

Summary: Peter. Lola. Blossom. Abigail. Oliver. Five sixteen-year-old orphans. One by one, they are brought to a place that is unlike anything any of them has ever known. It's not a prison, not a hospital. It has no walls, no ceiling, no floor. Nothing but endless flights of stairs leading nowhere - except back to the red machine. The five will learn to love the machine, will let it rule their lives. But will they let it kill their souls?

 


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Czochara

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I want to read this book. My friends told me that it's interesting.

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13

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Wow! Great book. I just finished reading the "House of Stairs" and I didn't know how well someone could understand how people think until I read Sleator's book. It's definitely one of my favorite pieces of fiction. I've read much of his other work, such as "Parasite Pig" and "The Boy Who Reversed Himself," and I've enjoyed them all.

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