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Sanctum (Asylum, book 2) by Madeleine Roux – book cover, description, publication history. Parents need to know that Sanctum, the second installment in Madeline Roux’s Asylum saga, continues the creepy adventures of teens Dan. “Sanctum” is a young adult horror novel by Madeleine Roux, and comprises the second installment in her “Asylum” series. When the novel begins, high school.

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SANCTUM by Madeleine Roux | Kirkus Reviews

Well not really a cliffhanger but it leaves room for more and has me itching to pick up the third book! Creepy is a good thing. Let’s go back to the first book really quick Not as creepy as the first book which wasn’t all that creepy itself. This is a seriously spooky tale; purchase this series where quirky horror is popular. Creepy is a good thing. View the Study Pack. The only reason it’s there is to serve as an introduction of view spoiler [the young warden to hypnosis hide spoiler ]but there rlux other ways that could’ve madelwine.

Now, I have to admit I read the danctum book a long time ago and I wish I would have reread it before reading this one. Get to Know Us. I liked that Roux planted some good red herrings for us, and I didn’t completely figure out the ending.

Like the first book, it could end like that, no sequel needed, but we know that there’s still one book missing and I’m curious to read one more adventure, hoping the photos will make everything look creepy again like they did in the first one! Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands.


Informizely customer feedback surveys. I felt like he served no purpose in any of the books.

Much as they’d love to move on, many questions remain, and someone is determined to keep the terror alive, sending the teens photos of an old-timey carnival, with no note and no name.

He has been desperately trying to get his friends to contact him more. Like I said before, this book was very rushed. The story itself only seemed to grow, and that what made reading this as exciting as it was. August 26, Sold by: Jordan and Abby and Felix and Dan were all hypnotized in the first book, which explains some of their odd behavior and, theoretically, also why this behavior is never called out and just completely dropped as a plot point, as well.

Oct 19, Savannah Books With Bite rated it really liked it. The main characters from the first novel are back together again, after being distant during their time apart.

But, of course, by then I was more focused on how stupid everything was, and how disappointed I was that a seeming ghost story had become something more psychologically oriented – and in such a stupid way, to boot. Continue reading Show less. Most importantly, I felt creepy when I read that book. I thought it was moving too slowly. The Scarlets Asylum Series Book 1.



Abby is creative, and flourishes under mysterious circumstances where her abilities surface. Asylum, Book 2 Author s: When the novel begins, high school seniors Dan, Abby, and Jordan are still reeling from their terrifying summer spent at New Hampshire College Preparatory School where their dorm was formerly the Brookline Insane Asylum.

Chapters 22 — Have you read any others? Start reading Sanctum Asylum Book 2 on your Kindle in under a minute.

The idea of a cult terrified me and although I saw it coming im glad one character pulled thru so to speak. One person found this helpful. All of three of them have received in the mail photographs that send shivers up spines.

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Sanctum Asylum, Book 2 Author s: Get it now madeldine Searching for streaming and purchasing options Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: I felt somethings could have been written differently and maybe a little bit better. It’s not scary at all if you’re wondering BUT if you like the genre I think you’ll probably like it!

That is exactly what Madelieine Roux does. View all 4 comments. Following clues left for them by the serial killer that almost ended them, they return to New Hampshire College posing as prospective students.