Readers who enjoy Bentley Little stories
The story was unbelievable. We are asked to believe a family with two teenages experience horrifying events almost immediately after purchasing a house do not share these experiences with each other; instead they decide to keep it to themselves. After many terrifying experiences, it isn't until Chapter 25 before one of the parents utters those magic words "we have to move!" Unlikely as it may seem, the teens are texting but the two parents (one a website developer the other an attorney) do not text; rather they use their cell phones to call each other. The ending was ridiculous and completely disappointing. I got the feeling the author got tired of writing the story and came up with a preposterous ending just to be done with it.
Annoying, monotone voice. Couldn't tell who was speaking because the character voices were nearly the same.
A few scary moments but truthfully too few to save the book
I was not impressed. It's a pretty typical haunted house story. The characters are bland. The medical parts were poorly researched. Probably OK if haunted houses are your thing, but nothing special.
Who needs the mall?
Yes! I loved it and when I finished it, I purchased it for a friend as a gift.
Julian was my favorite character. He evolved completely from start to finish, but one thing was constant - his desire to protect his family.
Julian again, although Dan Butler did a fantastic job with every character.
Julian's actions at the end of the book. You'll have to experience that for yourself to find out if you agree with me.
Why can I not find more Bentley Little on Audible? I hope Audible is working feverishly to make all his books available for download.
Anyone who would enjoy finding a hyperbolic political diatribe in the middle of what is presumably a ghost story. If I wanted the author's political opinions, I would hope to read them in an editorial - not a work of fiction.
No - I didn't bother finishing this one.
The narrator seemed fine.
I was surprised didn't see anything coming . Very very good !!! I want more
book was gifted to me in exchange for my review.
your classic haunted house story. well written and preformed beautify. sure to leave you with the willies .
as a true horror fan I truly enjoyed this. nothing negative to say about this book except for maybe that it's a bit predictable.
this book is well worth your time. who doesn't love a GREAT haunted house story?
Compelling, scary, spooky
"The Haunting" which was made into a movie. Because it had a similar theme.
Scared to Death
Well constructed story, even though it's not all that original.
I have not listened to other books by Bentley Little so I have no comparison.
I think the narrator did an excellent job. The character voices were distinct and easy to follow throughout the book.
Not really since it's about a haunted house not really much to draw from for inspiration.
I could have done without some of the language, that was my only hang-up on the book that kept me from rating it a little higher. I not easily offended by language but I also don't see a need for nearly every sentence to contain this type of language.