Read Locke & Key, Vol. 2: Head Games Online Free - Following a shocking death that dredges up memories of their father's murder, Kinsey and Tyler Locke are thrown into choppy emotional waters, and turn to their new friend, Zack Wells, for support, little suspecting Zack's dark secret. Meanwhile, six-year-old Bode Locke tries to puzzle out the secret of the head key, and Uncle Duncan is jarred into the past by a disturbingly familiar face. Open your mind - the head games are just getting started
|Title||:||Locke & Key, Vol. 2: Head Games|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
July 31, 2015
This book starts with someone dying and then goes on to find another key.
The head key.
You stick the key in the back of your neck and viola! your skull pops open. You can even look into your own head.
You see what all's in there. You can put stuff in and take some things that bother you out.
January 11, 2016
It’s disconcerting watching someone open up their head and rummage around amongst their memories. Like, literally open up their head and physically manipulate memories.
That said, I enjoyed this a great deal, moreso than volume 1, and am looking forward to more...
May 13, 2015
Thanks again to the devilish delightful Dᴀɴ 2.☢, without whom this re-read would not have been possible.
You know how sometimes you go back and read something the second time, and it just doesn't hold up?
This held up.
I may have even liked it more now that I realize how much crap is ac...
March 12, 2015
I liked this one even more than the first! I was glad that it focused more on the keys and WHAT THEY MEAN, as well as all the supernatural things that go along with them.
On to volume 3!
June 06, 2014
Their father was murdered.
They don’t know one of their closest friends is really their enemy...
And he’ll stop at nothing to get the key to the black door.
The other keys have the power to save them.
This is where they’ll make their stand.
“They” are the Locke kids from the title of the series: Tyl...
July 29, 2016
Review of the first volume: Locke & Key, Vol. 1: Welcome to Lovecraft
I immediately went ahead and read the second volume of the Locke and Key series. The first volume was very satisfactory, providing a good introduction to the series. The second volume didn't disappoint either, as the novel d...
July 17, 2013
Just like the great second chapters in epic series (like Empire Strikes Back or The Two Towers) this ends on a very dark, down, disturbing note. Things just keep getting worse for the Locke family, and I'm really glad that I'm so late to the party on Locke & Key, because I can go right into V...
February 24, 2015
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It’s time for another visit to Keyhouse : )
Head Games is the second volume in the Locke and Key series. While I’m still holding firm to the hope that this will end up being a 5 Star collection, this particular volume only earns 4 . . ....
November 12, 2015
oooooo..... more eerie adventures on that strange island in that creepy Key House with that poor, haunted family. wonderful! this volume is as strong as the first. while the first book was focused on slowly bringing the family and the reader into this fascinating world - introducing a handful of...
February 09, 2015
2015 re-read. Magical, wondrous, crazy series continues to feel magical, wondrous and crazy. Like Warren Ellis in his introduction to this volume, I too want to find a key that opens up Joe Hill's head and steal from within all the "clever bits" -- because Mr. Hill is just too clever for his own...