I read a LOT of point horror book when I was younger and this one was one of my favorites. I was glad that I forgot who the killer was at the end because I actually guessed wrong until it got closer to the end and I remembered who it was. I was looking for Nostalgia from when I was younger and this book was perfect. Still fun to read and still a little bit creepy, if you are reading it on a stormy night, sitting in a car waiting for your daughter to finish cheerleading.
- Martha hates her new life but I liked Martha, she had a little anxiety but who could blame her moving into a super weird house with her dad and his new family.
- Conor (Martha’s Stepbrother) was weird, like really weird and I liked him. I also sort of wanted Martha to like him, like him but that might be weird
- The story was a good old fashioned ghost story haunted house. It leaves you wondering who is “haunting” Martha.
- My 12 year old self was screaming with delight at all the spooky parts, My 44 year old self wasn’t scared but remembering how creepy this was when I was younger was fun.
This is a great read. I thinking Teens would find this book and the others in the series a bit creepy but really fun to read. My daughter is already asking if she can reading them, at 10 years old I think this is one she could read without worrying about her getting too scared. This book has minor kissing but nothing else that would be too much for teens. I totally recommend for Teens, YA and Adults looking for a bit of a b-type horror book.
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