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“She beamed upon him through her terror-filled eyes, and the pathos of it cut me to the heart.”
“For none was the news more moving than the family, friends and survivors of the thousands who died on that terror-filled day in 2001.”
“In the midst of this lunacy, a small group of survivors ekes out a simple and terror-filled way of life.”
“One would have hoped Bush and Cheney's terror-filled tack would have ended with their regime - but it didn't.”
“In this latter sequence Cronin gives us a series of episodic adventures, such as the travellers stopping at another settlement built around a ruined prison where nothing is as it seems and a terror-filled journey across Las Vegas, which would make memorable horror novels by themselves, but here are merely smaller parts of a much greater whole.”
“Maddy was expecting to see terror-filled eyes, but when the helmet came off, Lois Manning was beaming from ear to ear.”
“But it's the terror-filled implications of seeing a 3000-year-old dead man come to life that drive the bystander insane.”
“He tried to scream, but the only sound was the terror-filled shriek in his mind.”
“And once the buyers of this robot get bored with inflicting various violent acts upon her and not obtaining the thrill that terror-filled eyes, screams and blood can procure them, they will move on to live human victims.”
“Moving away from the gritty, blue-collar, Boston settings for which he was best known, Lehane fashioned an intensely atmospheric, terror-filled psychological shocker set at the height of 1950s Cold War paranoia, and at the crossroads where the lines between sanity and madness, truth and delusion begin to blur beyond recognition.”
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