The House by the Cemetery by John Everson
Publisher: Flame Tree Press
Physical Copies ship October 6, 2018
E-book is available for download: October 18, 2018
Kindle Edition: 256 Pages
kindle Price: $6.99 USD
Hardback Edition: 256 Pages
Hardback Edition Price: $16.46 USD
Paperback Edition: 256 Pages
Paperback Edition Price: $13.46 USD
About the Book
Rumor has it that the abandoned house by the cemetery is haunted by the ghost of a witch. But rumors won’t stop carpenter Mike Kostner from rehabbing the place as a haunted house attraction. Soon he’ll learn that fresh wood and nails can’t keep decades of rumors down. There are noises in the walls, and fresh blood on the floor: secrets that would be better not to discover. And behind the rumors is a real ghost who will do whatever it takes to ensure the house reopens. She needs people to fill her house on Halloween. There’s a dark, horrible ritual to fulfill. Because while the witch may have been dead… she doesn’t intend to stay that way.
About the Author
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I am truly amazing at the depths of this book. Personally I really enjoyed this novel, it was a true work of art. I was captivated from beginning to end, just trying to find out what was going to happen next.
When you find out about the main twist in the story, your just sitting there like “I can’t believe it.” In the end though, all ends well. On a strange note I guess.
I would personally recommend this book to anyone who loves a horror book, that has just the right amount of gore and horror to make you wish he writes a sequel to the book. No….seriously, I hope he does.