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Psycho 2 by Robert Bloch
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Psycho 2 (edition 1983)

by Robert Bloch (Author)

Series: Psycho (2)

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You remember Norman Bates - the shy motel manager with the fatal mother fixation. Now, years after his bout of butchery that horrified the world, Norman is at large again, breaking free from the psycho war, cutting a shocking swath of blood all the way to Hollywood - where, so it happens, they are making a movie about Norman's life and crimes. A movie that suddenly and terrifyingly becomes a lot like real life...… (more)
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Title:Psycho 2
Authors:Robert Bloch (Author)
Info:Corgi Books (1983), Edition: Reissued Edition, 288 pages
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I was extremely excited to read what comes next after the first book. It was catchy when Norman escaped the asylum dressed as a nun. I loved that part. This book concentrates a lot on the characters that are involved into making a movie about Norman Bates and the events that happened at the famous Bates Motel. Frankly, I got bored of them, until I reached the end. I thought Robert Bloch would come up with something else besides that alter ego schizophrenia thing. Even if I kinda expected something like this to happen, I was still shocked. Bloch manages to blow my mind at the end. No matter how dull you may find the plot, the end surely is a plot twist that makes you like it some more.
"Norman Bates will never die." ( )
  Denicbt | Feb 5, 2018 |
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Norman Bates stared out of the library window, trying hard to avoid seeing the bars.
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You remember Norman Bates - the shy motel manager with the fatal mother fixation. Now, years after his bout of butchery that horrified the world, Norman is at large again, breaking free from the psycho war, cutting a shocking swath of blood all the way to Hollywood - where, so it happens, they are making a movie about Norman's life and crimes. A movie that suddenly and terrifyingly becomes a lot like real life...

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Norman Bates
will Never Die...
You remember Norman Bates - the shy motel manager with the fatal mother fixation.

Now, years after his bout of butchery that horrified the world, Norman is at large again, breaking free from the psycho war, cutting a shocking swath of blood all the way to Hollywood - where, so it happens, they are making a movie about Norman's life and crimes.

A movie that suddenly and terrifyingly becomes a lot like real life...
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