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The House in the Attic By Helen Cardwell,

  • Title: The House in the Attic
  • Author: Helen Cardwell
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER It is one of the most haunting books I have read The opening chapter of the book sets the chilling scene our young heroine will walk into It was the latest in a long line of misfortunes where Elinor was concerned Her parents and adoptive family were both dead, and now, along with her aunt and young cousin, she was being forced to move to the NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER It is one of the most haunting books I have read The opening chapter of the book sets the chilling scene our young heroine will walk into It was the latest in a long line of misfortunes where Elinor was concerned Her parents and adoptive family were both dead, and now, along with her aunt and young cousin, she was being forced to move to the isolated village of Mournsby.To her way of thinking, it could get no worse Her life was over But did it ever really begin Mournsby is far from being the quiet hamlet it presents itself to be.What are the strange lights in the supposedly abandoned graveyard Who is the mysterious figure that flits about the streets at night And why are all the residents subject to bouts of complete memory loss With her two friends, Elinor must piece together the murderous history of the village and also confront her own deadly secret But can she do so before the Mournsby Curse claims another victim I was left jumping at shadows and with my nerves rattled by the end OUT NOW.Part Two of this haunting series The House in the Attic The Mournsby Inheritance Bestseller in Fiction Horror Ghosts in early August 2012
    The House in the Attic NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER It is one of the most haunting books I have read The opening chapter of the book sets the chilling scene our young heroine will walk into It was the latest in a long line of misf

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    1. Read this as it was a free download and actually liked it I think the bad review in this site is a bit harsh lolDefinitely worth a look and not a bad wee read.

    2. If I could award this book no stars, without making it look like it was unrated, I actually would.No offence to the author, but I hated it from start to finish Not the most original of ideas, as I have most definitely seen or read something quite like this tale in one way or another.My objections to this book are many, but the main one is that it is utterly contrived, from start to finish The whole novel is in need of a good edit fair few mistakes for such a short novel, too instead of to , quit [...]

    3. The House in the Attic is a book I like to call a hidden gem, I found it by accident and enjoyed it from start to finish The story is a good old fashioned supernatural tale of Elinor, a young girl with a tragic past who much to her horror has been moved to the village of Mournsby, a quiet village where everyone seems to suffer from memory loss Elinor finds her destiny in Mournsby and it s a destiny she does not want but has to face The House in the Attic is a fantastic read which kept me engross [...]

    4. This is about a girl Elinor for whom life has been a series of tragic events Both her parents and adoptive parents are dead and she now lives with her aunt and young cousin They move to a remote village where strange things start to occur in the graveyard near to the house Turns out that Elinor is linked to the village and has to unearth a mystery and defeat evil Started off well then got a bit lost along the way and the whole story was jumbled and unbelievable.Felt as though it was aimed at tee [...]

    5. Not a bad plot and it reaches a reasonable conclusion However, my general enjoyment was spoiled by many grammatical errors, I m afraid.

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