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by John Herman

Author: John Herman
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Philomel Books; First Edition edition (June 25, 2001)
Pages: 192 pages
Category: Teens and Young Adults
Rating: 4.8
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Juxtaposing 14-year-old Gregory's real-life traumas against the surreal landscape of his imagination, Herman (Deep Waters) creates a layered suspense story that leads readers through the labyrinth of a troubled teen's mind.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. John Herman (Author). Juxtaposing 14-year-old Gregory's real-life traumas against the surreal landscape of his imagination, Herman (Deep Waters) creates a layered suspense story that leads readers through the labyrinth of a troubled teen's mind. As Gregory grapples with his father's recent suicide, he is haunted by nightmares "consistent and continuing, like real life only weirder.

In this thrilling, multi-dimensional novel, John Herman draws together the worlds of two boys creating an adventure startlingly true and compelling.

Gregory gets involved in a burglary scheme in which he crawls through sewer tunnels under the city; Gregor and his companions find themselves about to be sacrificed to the Minotaur, wandering through the labyrinth on their way t. .

Gregory gets involved in a burglary scheme in which he crawls through sewer tunnels under the city; Gregor and his companions find themselves about to be sacrificed to the Minotaur, wandering through the labyrinth on their way to likely death. Unfortunately, readers will be frustrated by the unanswered questions and undeveloped themes. Two parallel stories take place side-by-side in this ambitious novel, but neither is fully realized. Gregory lives in modern America, where he is suffering from his father’s suicide a few years earlier. Gregor lives in the Home Country, where he is chosen to be one of the Golden Ten young men sent every ten years to the Mother Country.

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In the Labyrinth (1986) is a novel by John David Morley. Based on months of taped conversation with its real-life protagonist, In the Labyrinth is the fictionalized memoir of Hungarian-born, German businessman Josef Pallehner who, due to bureaucratic inertia and his own guilty conscience, gets lost for six years in a maze of eastern Czechoslovakian prisons in the wake of the Second World War.

ISBN 10: 039923571X ISBN 13: 9780399235719. Publisher: Philomel Books, 2001.

While trying to come to terms with his father's suicide, fourteen-year-old Gregory begins dreaming about a boy named Gregor in an alternate world and soon finds himself unable to distinguish his dreams from reality when Gregor is plunged into a dark underground labyrinth where he must fight not only for his life, but for Gregory's as well.