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Publisher's Summary

A riveting new haunted-house mystery that will keep you guessing until the end!

When Peyton and Benjamin Fletcher inherit a dilapidated house in the quiet town of Falconwood, Connecticut from Peyton's grandfather, all they want to do is get rid of it. Unfortunately, the will stipulates that the couple must live in the house for a minimum of six months before they sell it. As Peyton and Ben try to make the best of the situation, Peyton discovers the house is inhabited by ghosts, and they aren't happy with the mansion's new occupants.

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  • 2019-05-03

Could Not Get Past the Narrator

The narrator sounds like a computer with stilted sentences and over-pronunciations. I just could not even get into the story.

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  • Collin
  • 2019-05-03

Terrible narration!

It was difficult to distinguish one character from another as the narrator change between characters.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2019-07-01

Main female lead is too stupid to live!

OMG, I can't believe I forced myself to finish this book. Way too much filler that went absolutely no where. Book could have been cut in half and it would have been a little better. Peyton (female lead) starts off being a royal B..... and her husband (Ben) is a total winey wimp. I just don't know if they are supposed to come across that way in the book or the narrator did a horrible job acting out the scenes. They are going through a divorce, but are still on friendly terms. She is so unbelievably mean to him and he just takes it and mopes. Little more than half way through the book they started to comprise and work together. There are way too many things to list on how unbelievably stupid Peyton is and Ben wasn't much smarter than she was either. I'll list only 2 out of probably 20 dumb actions. They're super strapped for money, Peyton doesn't have a job and Ben lost his job half way through the book. Peyton found priceless works of art, first edition novels worth a fortune, and again, priceless furs in a closet but they don't even think of selling them or even getting them appraised. What if the house burned down, hello, insurance should be put on everything since the author told us several times everything was PRICELESS! SELL ONE THING at least, BUT NOPE never gave it a second thought.
The last completely dumb thing Peyton did, (SPOILER), the ghost tells her who her and her daughter's killer was and then Peyton starts to talk about the murders with him like she wasn't even told the truth. Carrying on a middle of the night conversation ABOUT THE MURDERS with the murder then acts shocked who he really was. The ghost told her she would be killed by said person. WTH?
The narrator isn't the worst I have ever heard but she is better bad.

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  • Brandi Blazier
  • 2019-05-02

Couldn't finish

The story moves fairly slow, it's more about a weird divorce than a haunting. The narrators voice was too grating, I couldn't finish it. Maybe without the audio but it's still a slow read.

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  • Amberlynn
  • 2019-04-18

Another Great Haunted House Novel!

I really enjoyed this book a lot, the story moved along at a very nice pace and really made you bond with the characters. my favorite thing is that the main characters really had flaws that any other person coyld have when going through a divorce. I think I had a little trouble with the narrator at first, she has a very unique voice. As the story went on though I really enjoyed the sound of her, and the way she was able to fistinctly give each character their own voices. It was not a scary book, but it definitwly kept me interested in the mystery and storyline.

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  • Jessie
  • 2020-09-04

Waste of time

The main character is a totally selfish flake. What a waste of time. Don't bother.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2020-03-31

Her voice!! Omg

I don’t like writing reviews but I have to in this case.

I will start with the narrator, she cuts off certain words and her voices are more annoying than ever. It took me so long to get through this book.

Now the book. Not scary at all. A ghostly girl and mother, okay they are trapped. Fine. But nothing creepy even. Anyone with half a guess and see the ending.

It was terribly long for no reason! This should have been edited down A LOT!

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  • Amber Hawkins
  • 2019-10-01

Main Character was unlikable

The story was fine but this is the first time in 10 years of books from this site I have been disliked a main character to this extent. She bumbles through the world with no self awareness and at times a narcissistic world view that puts the lives of other characters in danger.

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  • Shelly
  • 2019-09-19

Too slow, Where is the good part?

The book started out fine. 9 Chapters in it became annoying. Peyton the herione is unlikable, really selfish and self absorbed. Too much time was given to her and her relationship with her friends. I do not enjoy adult books that involve a lot of dialogue with children. The narrator had a strange accent and made Peyton sound like she was on the verge of a fit of giggles all the time. The book is overly wordy and drags constantly. The haunting parts left me yawning. Very little to enjoy here

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  • Karm
  • 2019-08-18

Narrator ruined the book

I think I might have liked this better if the narrators voices hadn’t been so bad. It was very distracting and the voices didn’t feel like they fit the characters at all. But even if the narrator had been different-i found it hard to like the characters, and the constant repetition of things from previous chapters was painful to get through. Why are you retelling the reader what happened two chapters ago? How are we going to forget that you are divorcing your husband??? So with a different narrator maybe it would have gotten 3 stars at best from me.

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