"Iron...and...salt," whispers the old man. The dead old man. "Hurry or it will be too late...."
To escape the stress of living in the city and the anxiety of his high pressure job, Brian Roy moves his family to the country. His wife loves the easy living, but Brian hates it...especially when weird things start happening in the house. When he discovers a dead body in the woods and a burial ground in his basement, Brian could never imagine the shocking history of the house or its former occupants that comes to light.
As his life starts to unravel, Brian isn't so sure living in the country is going to be the oasis of peace he and his wife expected. Lately, his home has become a haunting den of hell.
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This was incredibly scary and creepy and I enjoyed every second of it, though I couldn't listen to it at night ;)
When Brian and Jenny move into a house in the country because of Brian's heart, they never expected to get more than they paid for! As soon as they move in they realise that something isn't right in their house and thy have some unexpected guests! Then they find a grave yard in their basement, the basement that keeps opening by itself!! What is going on and just who is the incredibly creepy ass kid!!
This was a really quick listen though didn't feel like it as so much was happening and so many different characters were introduced, some living but most dead!! The characters (both living and dead) were well written and developed. I really liked Brian and Jenny, though I have to say that Leo was my favourite even though he wasn't introduced till near the end!!
The plot was really fast paced and addicting. You are brought into the action right from the start and it doesn't stop till the very end. The ghosts were all so creepy but none more so than Sam. He totally freaked me out!!!
In all, a well written story that gave me chills. This is an author that I need to check out and see more of their books!! Definitely recommend, though maybe not at night!!!
Andrew Tell has sealed himself as one of my favourite narrators. He is easy to listen to and always gives his all when telling a story. He has plenty of tones and voices and always knows when to use the right one at the right time! I recommend him to anyone wanting to start out listening to audios.
*I received a copy of this for review from the narrator, author or publisher for review. This in no way affected my thoughts.*
Reading is powerful
I was hooked from the beginning. I grew up hearing ghost stories and would go riding around the back roads with my aunts looking for ghosts. Good times for sure. This book reminded me of those times. The story captivated me. Though, at times, it seemed like there were a lot of characters, many killings with the ghost to prove it.
I thought Brian and Jenny were realistic, average people, though Jenny did react weirdly at times. I took that to be a part of her personality. Maybe not the way I would react but then we all have quirks and our own ways of dealing with stressful situations. The characters of Sam and Leo I enjoyed the most. The ghosts were well written. I liked that some were good and others were evil. That goes with every good ghost story I heard growing up. I wouldn't call the book absolutely horrifying but it does have its moments. I liked that not every encounter had me terrified. In my opinion that is what made it realistic.
I enjoyed this narrator. He varied his voice for characters and scenes. Sometimes in listening to a book, I can fall asleep. It is the narrator who makes a difference for me. Andrew Tell kept me awake and invested. I think he was a good match for the story.
I purchased this for my Kindle but then was given the Audible version for review purposes, (I do not receive any type of compensation for my reviews. They consist of my true feelings and thoughts while reading or listening to a book.) I have to say I absolutely loved listening to it with the lights off. That definitely was a treat. If you like to hear creepy ghost stories in the dark then I definitely recommend getting this book from Audible. I am planning on reading more of this series, hopefully listening in the dark!
It has been long enough since the book came out that it was like an old friend, that I hadn't heard from. The narrated version was so much better then having my kindle voice read to me. Still love this book and the narration just enhances it.
I was provided a copy of this audiobook at no charge by the author in exchange for my unbiased review.
I would rank it as good. The story was entertaining.
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. The story I gave 4 stars. It's entertaining and honestly I might buy the next one in the series. The narrator wasn't bad but could be better. It sounds like he has to get more comfortable with his craft. There is hesitation with the words where he sounds kind of choppy while reading. For that reason alone I gave 3 stars for the narration. Not bad to listen to but nor great either. I hope to hear him narrate the next one but with a little smoother read through so it flows better.
I believe that audio books are somewhat better then print, only because it is more convenient for me. I listen to them will at work.
Yes the plot did keep me on my seat. I love a good and griping ghost story. This one had it all. A family in need and someone to help them, even though the main help at first was a ghost his self.
A true feeling for the characters sense of dread and fear.
Would not rename it. I feel the name is perfect for the story.
I was able to get the audio copy of Moving In from the author in exchange for an honest review.
“This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.”
From the day Brian Roy and his wife moved in things began to happen. Weird things, strange things, and dead bodies are enough to give him his 3rd heart attack. The one doctors predict will be fatal.Maybe he is in for yet another career change to keep him alive.
I know there are to be more books, but not sure if I'd give them a go.
I had to listen to this book twice. The first time on my ipod, the second on my Kindle.
The narration was ok, but didn't hold my attention the first time.
I highly recommend this book for anyone who loves the supernatural ghost stories. My favorite characters were Leo and Sam. It is a fast paced scary book and didn’t want it to end. I noticed the reviews on audible were not favorable but recommend ignoring if you like ghosts and look forward for next book (only longer please). This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom. Thank you!
I think the story could have been a little bit more and that and had more character in. this will be able to return to Audible. it's just like any old haunted house story.
I am at that half a century mark in years. I enjoy audiobooks,cats,rats and most days my family,not necessarily in that order!lol
A new family moves into a house that no one has been able to live in...ever.They are not told about this when they buy the house.How does one explain the strange disapearances within the house and deaths of people and animals on the land?There are a few people in the know,including some resident ghosts.A young boy ghost seems to be the catalyst for the whole thing.He was not the good boy his friends thought he was.This is a great ghost story.I can not wait for our great narrator,Andrew Tell to tell us the next story!
I was given this book free for an honest review.
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