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House of Stairs One By One, Five Sixteen Year Old Orphans Are Brought To A Strange Building It Is Not A Prison, Not A Hospital It Has No Walls, No Ceiling, No Floor Nothing But Endless Flights Of Stairs Leading Nowhere, Except Back To A Strange Red Machine The Five Must Learn To Love The Machine And Let It Rule Their Lives But Will They Let It Kill Their Souls

10 thoughts on “House of Stairs

  1. says:

    A chilling and suspenseful tale that stick with the reader for years to come.This book is recommended for 9 12 year olds, ho

  2. says:

    After googling different phrases for a while, I finally found the name of the book I read when I was around 12 that catapulted me into

  3. says:

    Young adult fiction must be a really tough genre to wrap your head around, for a writer You have a story that you want to tell, and you have to

  4. says:

    I read this because it is the 1 answer to What the hell was that crazy book I read 20 years ago questions House of Stairs has showed up on LibraryThing s

  5. says:

    A modern classic I read House of Stairs frequently as a child, and was happy to see this speculative novel from 1974 stands the test of time.That s because Sleator

  6. says:

    I am insanely addicted attracted to stories about the group in peril , when people are thrust into an alien setting absent of any social rules and obligations Under such circ

  7. says:

    I first read the synopsis for this a few years ago and the concept immediately caught my attention Set in an unknown but clearly dystopian future, we follow five kids in their early te

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    I think this is the last entry in my YA Sci Fi kick, but it s a high note to end on I ve spentthan half my life searching for this book Really I checked it out from the Lawrence Public Library w

  9. says:

    My, my, my, what a chilling book Five strangers all orphans, all sixteen years of age are released, blindfolded, into a mammoth gleaming white room full of stairs They find each other and congregate aroun

  10. says:

    Probably the first dystopian novel I ever read Because of this book, near the beginning of season one of LOST I was already predicting the cages and fish biscuits that would show up in season three.UPDATE Reread in

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