The Offspring

The Offspring Review

In a huge house in a suburb of a midwestern city live a little girl named Peg, her older brother Eric, their beautiful mother, distinguished grandfather - and one other. Like Eric and Peg, the fifth member of the family is Elizabeth Porter's child, but there the resemblance ends. For this child was conceived thousands of years ago. It is a child of infinite cunning, infinite evil, an evil as old as time. Its powers are beyond the capacity of men's minds to comprehend or control. If it is not destroyed, one day it will rule the world. THE OFFSPRING: If anything can stop it, it has yet to be born.

Title:The Offspring
Edition Language:English

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    The Offspring Reviews

  • Kenneth McKinley

    Eric and Peg live with their ex-senator grandfather in a large, old house in an Indianapolis neighborhood. Their mysteriously ill mother also lives there where she is rarely seen and holes up in her r...

  • Addy

    This book started good in the beginning, but towards the middle and end, it just kinda dragged and bored me. Not enough going on to keep my interest. I hope his other books are better cause I sure hav...

  • Jeff Jellets

    Should have kept the sarcophagus closed …So .., in J.N. Williamson’s The Offspring, an ambitious ex-Senator uncovers an ancient mummy … so far so good … that is pregnant … uh, okay … with ...

  • Glenna Mcneal

    This book is mind-boggling. To think someone would discover a being during an archaeological dig that would be trained and become a threat to the world as we know it. The book keeps your attention and...

  • Craig

    This has a kind of rushed feeling; it was published in the early '80s when publishers just couldn't find enough horror to ride the wave and fill the shelves, and as a result many awful books appeared....

  • Douglas Castagna

    Excellent opening but petered out. Like many horror novels of the era, the opening started off strong and seemed to be going in a fascinating direction but when it got to "present day" it had no steam...

  • Stacy Simpson

    This book was absolutely dreadful! DONT READ IT!...