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Haunted" by Tamara Thorne is, as one might guess, a story about a haunted house.

Haunted" by Tamara Thorne is, as one might guess, a story about a haunted house.

Its violent, sordid past is what draws bestselling author David Masters to the infamous Victorian mansion called Baudey House. Its shrouded history of madness and murder is just the inspiration he needs to write his ultimate masterpiece of horror.

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Haunted Thorne, Tamara Random House (USA) 9781420129946 : Its violent, sordid past is what draws bestselling author David Masters to the infamous Victorian mansion called Baudey House. Кол-во: о цене Наличие: Отсутствует. Возможна поставка под заказ. При оформлении заказа до: 27 сен 2019 Ориентировочная дата поставки: конец октября - начало ноября При условии наличия книги у поставщика.

Its violent, sordid past is what draws bestselling author David Masters to the infamous Victorian mansion called Baudey House

Its violent, sordid past is what draws bestselling author David Masters to the infamous Victorian mansion called Baudey House.

Hoping for inspiration for a new novel, David Masters and his teenage daughter visit a spooky Victorian mansion that has a grisly past and witness strange occurrences that erupt in a full-blown, terrifying haunt. Original.

Comments: (7)

Der Bat
I have some complaints, but mostly I found this work to a very entertaining spin on the Haunted House story. The author takes plenty of time to develop the characters and although that can sometimes be tiresome or repetitious, it is worth it when the fun really begins in the end. I will be looking for more to read from this author.

Summary: A successful horror writer buys the "haunted house" of his dreams and moves there with his strong willed daughter. They set about exploring the house, interacting with the quirky residents of the town and reacting to several mysterious happenings. Fortunately they meet a psychic who is able to help them understand what is going on and why. Much of the book is split between the ghostly manifestations and the romantic feelings and life of the horror writer. Sometimes the two are intertwined. When they start finding the spooky 'voodoo' dolls which resemble people who have died (horribly) in the house, the fun starts to begin. The author does not pull punches when it comes to either grisly outcomes or sexual encounters (and again, the two are often mixed), so this work is very adult without being gratuitous (or at least not too gratuitous). Many of the twists are both thrilling and entertaining.

What I didn't like is the protagonist/writer. You really have to just grin and bear him sometimes and the same applies a little for the daughter. It is irritating how they both make fun of people who believe in crystals and channeling and other paranormal subjects while it is clear that they are of the same mindset. Its like meeting a guy who believes in Vampires but is insistent that people who believe in Werewolves are idiots. What is worse is that the hero constantly makes silly decisions which forward the plot but place both him and his daughter in obvious peril. It would be easier to believe the writer character if he were a college frat brother rather than a loving father.
Bolanim
Thorne serves up a “full meal of a plot” with several interesting angles, many well-rounded characters, numerous situations of captivating drama, and a compelling and chilling backstory. If I had to choose one word to summarize the story, that world would be “fulfilling.” Thorne’s accounts of cold spots are gripping, literally so; when her characters encounter them, they feel their chilling presences closing in on their bodies. First, there’s the drop in temperature, then there’s the gripping sensation, next comes paralysis and finally their bodies are vulnerable to possession! For a more in depth review visit my blog. The link is at my profile
Freighton
"Haunted" by Tamara Thorne is, as one might guess, a story about a haunted house. I finished it today and I can easily say that this is one of all-time favorite books, and certainly the best haunted house story I have ever read. It's about a horror writer who purposely buys a storied haunted house, and moves in. A typical set up, but of course most haunted house stories require such a set up to work. It is set in a small town and most of the residents know the history of Lizzie and her evil daughter Christabel who lived there many years ago through tragedy and malevolence and supposedly do the haunting. The novel interjects a good bit of bawdy humor (pun intended) and had me chuckling in some scenes, tense in others, and without a doubt turning page after page (or I should say, clicking the "next page" button on my kindle). The characters were well developed and entertaining, and I could envision them interacting easily. Sometimes it takes me a while to warm up to characters, or to dislike the bad ones, but that didn't happen here. I fell in with them right away. It's hard for me to find novels like this, and at some point I was even feeling nostalgic for horror of the past, like the old black and white movies. It had that feel at several points, with the big house and the hidden dungeon and panels. It really has a bit of everything. It's at once scary, funny, sarcastic, delightfully uncouth, fun, creepy, and even sweet in a few scenes. I can't recommend this one highly enough! Superb!
Mettiarrb
Tamara took a tired genre and made it her own with an original and compelling story. I enjoyed the main characters and the setting where the story unfolded. The old house is just great and I would recommend Googling the architectural style once you get into the book. Like any good book I was sad when I finished it.

In several places of the book there were odd spacIng, periods, commas excetera. Not a big deal to me but I think she should have these errors corrected eventually.

I would definitely recommend this book and have already.
Bele
Like several other people have commented, I purchased this book based on the excellent reviews. It is a decent story at best. Several things need to be said: it is NOT, by any stretch of the imagination, scary. There are several creepy sequences, but that is it; NOT horror. Second, the book does essentially NOTHING - a very slow, boring, tedious, and pointless "build" - until the last 100 pages (out of 480 is ridiculous). It really isn't building much. It could have been said easily in 150 pages vs 380. All-in-all, I would chalk this up to a bunch of people reviewing being a little downsy, as well as ridiculous. Anyone that says this is "scary!" or "terrifying!" shouldn't read horror novels whatsoever. I've read my share of horror fiction, and this is easily the worst and least scary.
Kinashand
Honestly would give this book 10 stars! Extremely entertaining. Keeps you absolutely absorbed! Has a few typos, but other than that, the writing was great! The characters were well developed and you will fall in love with them. I wish this book was a movie too! Honestly, the best horror/ paranormal book that I think I've read yet! It was so good that I was dreading finishing it!! Give it a try!!!! :D
Haunted download epub
Genre Fiction
Author: Tamara Thorne
ISBN: 0786010908
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Pinnacle; reprint edition (September 1, 2001)