Syd and Theresa Guiness got out of their crowded city apartment and moved to a quaint house on a quiet cul de sac in the suburbs. Their dreamhouse. Then little things began to happen. Theresa was certain it was just her imagination and didn't pay much attention...until it was too late - their dreamhouse had become a nightmare.
©1977 Charles L. Grant Estate - Kathryn Ptacek (P)2014 David N. Wilson
The book would actually take half the time to read if the reader didn't keep snapping his fingers and reread the same line so much. And there seems to be no real ending. Or maybe it just doesn't make sense in the way it is ended.
No. Just this Author and this narrator.
He kept snapping his fingers when he thought he had read a line wrong and rereading it. If it had happened once or twice, that would have been one thing. But he does it over and over and over again.
Not so much cut, but asked that the writer had a better ending. It was like someone throwing a cold bucket of water over you and left you out in the snow. Big build up and then nothing.
I have said all I want to about this book. I'm going to go listen to another. Maybe I'll have better luck.
Yes. It tells a good story about native American culture.
When Theresa realized her husband was missing.
When Theresa discovered the truth.
Syd. He seemed like a fun character.
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