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Diane Hoh

Autor(a) de Titanic: The Long Night

68+ Works 3,298 Membros 79 Críticas 6 Favorited

About the Author

Inclui os nomes: Diane Hoh, Lindsay Caldwell

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Obras por Diane Hoh

Titanic: The Long Night (1998) 363 exemplares
Funhouse (1991) 166 exemplares
The Accident (1991) 158 exemplares
Remembering the Titanic (1998) 147 exemplares
The Invitation (1991) 136 exemplares
The Fever (1992) 130 exemplares
The Train (1992) 122 exemplares
The Silent Scream (1993) 117 exemplares
The Roommate (1993) 98 exemplares
The Wish (1993) 90 exemplares
Deadly Attraction (1993) 73 exemplares
Sorority Sister (1994) 71 exemplares
Don't Let Me Die! (1998) 71 exemplares
Pretty Please (1994) 65 exemplares
Guilty (1993) 64 exemplares
The Night Walker (1994) 62 exemplares
The Experiment (1994) 59 exemplares
The Whisperer (1994) 56 exemplares
Prom Date (1996) 55 exemplares
Virus (Med Center) (1996) 55 exemplares
Monster (1994) 54 exemplares
The Scream Team (1993) 53 exemplares
Blast (Med Center) (1996) 47 exemplares
Last Date (1994) 46 exemplares
The Initiation (1994) 45 exemplares
Win, Lose or Die (1994) 43 exemplares
Student Body (1995) 43 exemplares
Truth or Die (1994) 40 exemplares
The Coffin (1995) 40 exemplares
Blizzard (Med Center) (1656) 40 exemplares
Kidnapped (1995) 38 exemplares
Deadly Visions (1993) 38 exemplares
Book of Horrors (1994) 38 exemplares
Last Breath (1994) 35 exemplares
Dark Moon (1995) 35 exemplares
The Biker (1995) 35 exemplares
Poison (Med Center No. 6) (1620) 35 exemplares
Captives (1995) 33 exemplares
Flood (Med Center) (1996) 32 exemplares
Revenge (1995) 30 exemplares
Fire (Med Center) (1716) 30 exemplares
The Vampire's Kiss (1995) 28 exemplares
The Dummy (1995) 27 exemplares
Blindfold (1997) 26 exemplares
Med Center (2005) 23 exemplares
The Voice in the Mirror (1995) 21 exemplares
Betrayed (1996) 20 exemplares
Flirting (1985) 13 exemplares
Date With Death (2009) 12 exemplares
Brian's Girl (1986) 11 exemplares
Pulling Together (1986) 9 exemplares
Loving That O'Connor Boy (1985) 9 exemplares
Staying Together (1985) 7 exemplares
A Night to Forget (1986) 7 exemplares
Spring Fever (1987) 7 exemplares
Point Horror Collection 7: The Window, The Train, Hit and Run (1995) — Contribuidor — 7 exemplares
Proving It (1986) 7 exemplares
Slow Dance (1989) 6 exemplares
Terreur à Saint-Louis (1996) 3 exemplares
Farlig flykt (1990) 2 exemplares
018-ACCIDENT (1996) 2 exemplares
Oskyldigt misstänkt (1988) 1 exemplar
074-SON DERNIER BAL (1997) 1 exemplar

Associated Works

Thirteen: 13 Tales of Horror by 13 Masters of Horror (1991) — Contribuidor — 381 exemplares
Thirteen More Tales of Horror (1994) — Contribuidor — 30 exemplares
The Cat-Dogs (1995) — Contribuidor — 28 exemplares


Conhecimento Comum

Outros nomes
Caldwell, Lindsay
Data de nascimento
Local de nascimento
Warren, Pennsylvania, USA
Locais de residência
Austin, Texas, USA



Horror/ mystery. 80s or 90s. Mansion em Name that Book (Maio 2016)
Mystery about drowned girl em Name that Book (Julho 2015)


I read this book while I was in grade/junior high. I liked it and wanted to see what I remembered of it, or if it was as good as I thought as a young teenager.
ValerieAnne | 3 outras críticas | Jan 9, 2024 |
Well so far (1/3rd of the way in) we have a more than obvious rehash of the film Titanic. Rose .. I mean Elizabeth is rebelling against her upcoming marriage to the boring Alan (who isn't on the ship), her overbearing mother, the wealthy lifestyle (she'd rather be free to do whatever - but with money please), and etc. Enter Jack .. oops Max. Having spent time penniless in Paris pursuing a penniless artist lifestyle. (unlike Jack he's actually wealthy and headed home to New York now - oh and staying in 1st class) Representing the poor/3rd class we have Kathleen and her neighbors and (brothers) Brian and Patrick; who are all off to America to seek their fortunes.

Hopefully there will be some originality to this plot SOON. (continued) But sadly such was not the case. There was excessive overshadowing and beating the reader over the head with plot points or Titanic experiences already well stated on previous pages. Then after nearly drowning Max(Jack) does survive and returns to Elizabeth(Rose) and they look forward to their future. Kathleen (Katie for short) and her romantic interest (Paddy) also survive. In the epilogue everyone gets a happily ever after. (Oh and money.. Paddy becomes wealthy too)

I notice Ms. Hoh seems to be prolific in other series (by other authors) While I won't be reading any of her work again (yep, I'm avoiding it), I sincerely hope she pens a better story elsewhere.

I will not be recommending this as a worthwhile read for young adults. (which is why I was reading it..)
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Kiri | 6 outras críticas | Dec 24, 2023 |
I enjoyed this 90's teen horror. It was a fast read that kept me guessing. My only complaint is that there are so many characters that we really don't get to know any of them that well to help figure out who the killer is. I did like that we had POV chapters from the killer and the diary in the attic was a nice touch. A good amusement park horror book.
LynnMPK | 3 outras críticas | Jun 29, 2023 |
An honest-and-for-true supernatural 'Nightmare Hall' and I didn't like it that much. Go figure.

Janie Curtis buries herself in her studies at Salem and her part-time job as a waitress at Morte par Chocolate. She still hasn't gotten over the sudden, tragic murder of her high school boyfriend Lucas. Her childhood best friend (and now roommate) could be a little more sympathetic, especially since Janie was the one to find his body. Instead, Susannah is determined to get her friend laid and over the dead guy. Janie's coworker Crystal, a part-time student, doesn't know Janie's backstory, but wants her to have some fun. Pretty soon Janie has nice guy "Stretch" from the basketball team, bad-boy Bram, and a mysterious ever-present customer vying for her attentions. Can't a girl get her grief on in peace?

Things get stranger when there begins to be a new spate of murders on campus. Bodies are turning up with twin "knife" wounds in their necks. Sure. Knife wounds. Janie starts seeing large bats and hearing wolves too, but Susannah just thinks she's imagining things. Is she?

I should love this as I'm usually begging for an authentic supernatural event in these books. Unfortunately, 'The Vampire's Kiss' comes off a little flat. There are a couple great callbacks to continuity, however (including horror writer-in-residence Victoria McCoy from 'Book of Horrors') and the inexplicable fear students have of Nightingale "Nightmare" Hall because of the murder of that one girl a few years back, despite their being so, so many more deaths and fires and accidents and nonsense since then. I'll always love that.

Nightmare Hall

Next #23: 'Dark Moon'

Previous #21: 'Student Body'
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ManWithAnAgenda | 1 outra crítica | May 9, 2023 |



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