The chilling sequel to the international bestselling novel The Woman in Black
It's Autumn of 1940, and German bombs are destroying the cities of Britain as WWII takes its toll on Europe. In London, children are being removed from their families and taken to the country for safety. Teacher Eve Parkins is in charge of one such group, and her destination is an empty and desolate house that appears to be sinking into the tidal marshes that surround it.
Its name is Eel Marsh House.
Far from home and with no alternative, Eve and the children move in. But it soon becomes apparent that there is someone else in the house; someone who is far deadlier than anything that would face the children in the city. She's called "The Woman in Black," and she won't rest until she has her revenge...
©2014 Martyn Waites (P)2014 Random House
"The Woman in Black is back, and she is just as terrifying in this sequel as she was in Susan Hill's creepy classic.... Brilliantly claustrophobic and utterly chilling, Angel of Death is genuinely jump-out-of-your-seat frightening." (Daily Mail)
I'm a hardcore reader and art student. ;)
The narrator could of way better for the story, made it more scarier, more spooky.
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