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* BoardingSchoolOfHorrors: ''The Devil's Labrynith''

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* BoardingSchoolOfHorrors: ''The Devil's Labrynith''Labrynith'' and ''Punish the Sinners.''



* ExactlyExtyYearsAgo: The prologue to nearly ''every'' Saul book is a scene from 20, 30, 50, or 100 years ago explaining the origins of the evil to follow (the prologue is often even labelled "X Years Ago"). The book then jumps to the present.



* HereWeGoAgain: Most of his works end this way, especially the earlier ones.

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* HereWeGoAgain: Most of his works end this way, especially Related to Exactly Exty Years Ago above, the earlier ones.epilogues of many of Saul's books take place ExtyYearsFromNow and indicate that the same situation we just witnessed is about to play out again in the exactly the same way.


* [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/Nathaniel Nathaniel]] - 1984.

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* [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/Nathaniel Nathaniel]] ''Literature/{{Nathaniel}}'' - 1984.


* CreepyChild: ThatOtherWiki quotes Saul as saying "I always find ... that when you have a scary scene, it broadens the scope of possibilities if you have children involved."

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* CreepyChild: ThatOtherWiki Wiki/ThatOtherWiki quotes Saul as saying "I always find ... that when you have a scary scene, it broadens the scope of possibilities if you have children involved."


''John Saul'' is an American author born February 25, 1942. He specializes in suspense and horror novels akin to DeanKoontz and Creator/StephenKing.

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''John Saul'' is an American author born February 25, 1942. He specializes in suspense and horror novels akin to DeanKoontz Creator/DeanKoontz and Creator/StephenKing.


* FollowTheLeader: ''The Blackstone Chronicles,'' a SerialNovel, was published less than a year after StephenKing's Serial Novel ''Literature/TheGreenMile'' became a runaway success.

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* FollowTheLeader: ''The Blackstone Chronicles,'' a SerialNovel, was published less than a year after StephenKing's Creator/StephenKing's Serial Novel ''Literature/TheGreenMile'' became a runaway success.


* [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/Nathaniel ''Nathaniel'']] - 1984.

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* [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/Nathaniel ''Nathaniel'']] Nathaniel]] - 1984.


* ''Literature/Nathaniel'' - 1984.

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* ''Literature/Nathaniel'' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/Nathaniel ''Nathaniel'']] - 1984.


* ''Nathaniel'' - 1984.

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* ''Nathaniel'' ''Literature/Nathaniel'' - 1984.


John Saul is an American author born February 25, 1942. He specializes in suspense and horror novels akin to DeanKoontz and Creator/StephenKing.

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John Saul [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/johnsaul1.jpg]]
''John Saul''
is an American author born February 25, 1942. He specializes in suspense and horror novels akin to DeanKoontz and Creator/StephenKing.


* ''Literature/Suffer the Children'' - 1977.

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* ''Literature/Suffer the Children'' ''Literature/SufferTheChildren'' - 1977.


* ''Suffer the Children'' - 1977.

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* ''Suffer ''Literature/Suffer the Children'' - 1977.


* ''Literature/Suffer the Children'' - 1977.

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* ''Literature/Suffer ''Suffer the Children'' - 1977.


* ''Suffer the Children'' - 1977.

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* ''Suffer ''Literature/Suffer the Children'' - 1977.


* FollowTheLeader: ''The Blackstone Chronicles,'' a SerialNovel, was published less than a year after StephenKing's Serial Novel ''TheGreenMile'' became a runaway success.

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* FollowTheLeader: ''The Blackstone Chronicles,'' a SerialNovel, was published less than a year after StephenKing's Serial Novel ''TheGreenMile'' ''Literature/TheGreenMile'' became a runaway success.


* EvilutionaryBiologist: ''The God Project'' and ''Brainchild.''

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* EvilutionaryBiologist: ''The God Project'' Project,'' ''Creature,'' and ''Brainchild.''''
* FollowTheLeader: ''The Blackstone Chronicles,'' a SerialNovel, was published less than a year after StephenKing's Serial Novel ''TheGreenMile'' became a runaway success.

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