The Show House Quirky Orlando retirees Thaddeus and Cheryl and new parents Steven and Peter come together for a family weekend where Cheryl anxiously hopes to repair the dysfunctional and toxic relationship betwe

  • Title: The Show House
  • Author: Dan Lopez
  • ISBN: 9781944700034
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Paperback
  • Quirky Orlando retirees Thaddeus and Cheryl, and new parents Steven and Peter, come together for a family weekend, where Cheryl anxiously hopes to repair the dysfunctional and toxic relationship between her husband and their son, Steven Their adoptive granddaughter Gertie, everyone hopes, might just do the trick.Meanwhile, when news of a serial killer that targets gay menQuirky Orlando retirees Thaddeus and Cheryl, and new parents Steven and Peter, come together for a family weekend, where Cheryl anxiously hopes to repair the dysfunctional and toxic relationship between her husband and their son, Steven Their adoptive granddaughter Gertie, everyone hopes, might just do the trick.Meanwhile, when news of a serial killer that targets gay men at nightclubs rocks the community, over worked pharmacist Laila grows concerned for her handsome and arrogant younger half brother, Alex Sunshine leads to darkness as the calculating murderer s own life, hidden away in a show house, is spiraling out of control after falling for a would be victim.When Orlando s manicured lawns turn deadly, the two families find themselves on a collision course in this page turning psychological thriller.

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    1. Whoa, this is a novel that deserves a lot of attention. Dan Lopez's THE SHOW HOUSE can be described as a literary psychological thriller as it features a serial killer who targets gay men in nightclubs. Meet Thaddeus and Cheryl, retirees who visit their son and his husband for the weekend. Thaddeus and his son have a strained relationship, but he's excited to meet his new adopted granddaughter. I loved how the tension within this family was apparent in the very first chapter. Across town Laila, [...]

    2. Really fun read! Read it on vacation and flew through it. The writing and characters were very compelling!

    3. I've been vacillating between 2 and 3 stars for this book - I'll go with the more positive. Ultimately, my issue is that the characters who got the most space had sort of strange blank spots in their development, and the ending made those spots starker in what it left open. Laila was probably my favorite character because she was so rounded - I'd have read a whole book about her and her life. Thaddeus and Steven, though, just felt like something was missing. I didn't buy one particular motivatio [...]

    4. Disclaimer: Dan Lopez is a very good friend of mine!I really loved The Show House! I believe one of the authors who contributed a review on the back cover called it a "witch's brew" and I couldn't agree more. A hurricane is about to descend on Florida, but the real storm is what is bubbling just beneath the surface of each character. The Show House follows several seemingly unconnected story lines: a retired couple hoping to reconcile with their son Steven, his husband, and meet their adopted gr [...]

    5. Disclaimer: I once heard some pretty bad puns in person from the author.The Show House really satisfied my schadenfreude for uncomfortable family situations. It was almost too uncomfortable for me, especially the parts about Thaddeus's bumbling along over and over again. The murder scenes were incredibly graphic, so definitely not for the squeamish, but even those didn't make me feel as awkward as some of the family scenes.Come for the murder, stay for the uneasy family dynamics.

    6. I received this book through "Good Reads Giveaway".This is a sincere and realistic portrayal of the "Gay lifestyle" and is not for every reader. There are raw scenes which are only suitable for the broadminded adult. The author's talent is tested by the subject matter to some degree. The final chapters suggest that there is a sequel to "The Show House" in the future, since the author leaves many loose ends. Over all, this book is best for a progressive mindset.

    7. So this thriller had a lot of difficult parts to read for a number of reasons. The author wrote in ways that often made it unclear what was happening, the characters were not like able and although the sexual content was essential to the story line it was tough to read. I can only give this 3 stars because of what I just said although if you like a good thriller this might be a good read for you.

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