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REVIEW CONTINUED IN COMMENTS What was it like? Dwelling in that home. Maggie Hol…

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What was it like? Dwelling in that home.
Maggie Holt is used to such questions. Twenty-five years in the past, she and her mother and father, Ewan and Jess, moved into Baneberry Corridor, a rambling Victorian property within the Vermont woods. They spent three weeks there earlier than fleeing at nighttime, an ordeal Ewan later recounted in a nonfiction ebook known as Home of Horrors. His story of ghostly happenings and encounters with malevolent spirits grew to become a worldwide phenomenon, rivaling The Amityville Horror in reputation—and skepticism.
As we speak, Maggie is a restorer of previous houses and too younger to recollect any of the occasions talked about in her father’s ebook. However she additionally doesn’t consider a phrase of it. Ghosts, in any case, don’t exist. When Maggie inherits Baneberry Corridor after her father’s dying, she returns to renovate the place to organize it on the market. However her homecoming is something however heat. Folks from the previous, chronicled in Home of Horrors, lurk within the shadows. And locals aren’t thrilled that their small city has been made notorious due to Maggie’s father. Much more unnerving is Baneberry Corridor itself—a spot crammed with relics from one other period that trace at a historical past of darkish deeds. As Maggie experiences unusual occurrences straight out of her father’s ebook, she begins to consider that what he wrote was extra reality than fiction.
I completely love a very good ghost story. I feel haunted homes and tales primarily based on them are nice and so gripping. This was actually no totally different. I cherished seeing the cynical Maggie being lured into the thriller of Baneberry Corridor. The historical past of the home was fascinating itself. I cherished studying concerning the totally different individuals who had lived there and their tales. I discovered the ebook to be really easy to learn and the story was extremely addictive- I didn’t wish to put it down. I related simply with the characters and felt invested of their story. The ending utterly let it down, for me. I used to be fairly dissatisfied. I had seen the ending coming for a bit in the direction of the top however I hoped I used to be unsuitable. I genuinely simply needed the ebook to go a method and it went one other. I suppose it was private style, many individuals would favor the way in which it did finish.

1 thought on “REVIEW CONTINUED IN COMMENTS What was it like? Dwelling in that home. Maggie Hol…

  1. I would still definitely recommend it. The story was written so well and completely drew me in from the very start. Sager rarely disappoints, I just would have loved if this ended differently! Lock Every Door is still my favourite Sager book 🥰

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