Pain, horror, fear - these are the things that have comprised best-selling novelist Lance Metzger's life. His childhood remains a riddled wasteland of abuse by a sadistic father and abandonment by an apathetic mother. In turn his only refuge became his writing.
When Lance loses his ability to write and becomes haunted by a nightmare that he'd thought was buried, he is drawn inexplicably to a house on the shores of Lake Superior, where he finds his muse once again - but something is waiting for him when he arrives. Now he must unlock the devastating secrets that the house holds and uncover the mystery of his own broken past before he loses his sanity - and perhaps his soul.
©2012 Joe Hart (P)2016 Tantor
But picks up around chapter three. A bit more horror than I usually like but the was a great ghost story! One that mingles history with resolution, the way all good ghost stories should be.
Love the story loved the intertwining plot and ending was amazing. The Gore was unnecessary and seem to just take up pages. Otherwise a good story and I'm very glad I got it
The first three chapters were the best. hard to become more intense after that. Ending came fast and a little loose, but nothing terrible. A few loose ends I don't think tied. loved how the tired his lineage to the beginning chapters.
Should be a classic ghost thriller. This is one of Hart's best books. I highly recommend it to those who love scary ghost stories.
I liked the book, but listening to the narration was difficult. The narrator seemed hurried and monotoned. Listening was no pleasure!
I work from home, and love audiobooks to keep me on track, I'm super ADHD, and this was the ticket. I didn't want to stop working so I could just keep listening. Thanks for the great story. Well done! And - the narrator was spot on!
The story is mediocre at best. It feels like the author was trying too hard. I was expecting a lot more based off of all the 5 star reviews. The narrator needs to calm down. He was way too dramatic & intense. He read every line like it was the climax of the story. The narrator is an overacting ham. Listening to this book was a chore.
First time. Last time.
He was too dramatic. He was intense to the point of ridiculousness.
Probably. Straight to dvd. 1 star
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