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Echoes - Michael Bray
Echoes
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Seven years have passed… ...since the fire at Hope House. Despite surviving, the lives of Steve and Melody Samson have changed for the worse. Steve has become a virtual recluse, while Melody is consumed by guilt, and sees in their son a constant reminder of the man Steve used to be. The town of... show more
Seven years have passed…
...since the fire at Hope House. Despite surviving, the lives of Steve and Melody Samson have changed for the worse. Steve has become a virtual recluse, while Melody is consumed by guilt, and sees in their son a constant reminder of the man Steve used to be.

The town of Oakwell…
...has become a tourist hotspot for paranormal enthusiasts, eager to learn more about the 'Hope House Haunting', becoming everything the residents of the once sleepy town fought so hard to prevent.

Ambitious town councillor…
...Henry Marshall has an idea to turn the unwanted attention on the town to his own advantage, by building a hotel on the site of Hope House.

As construction begins…
...the evil within Oakwell forest stirs. Influenced by the powerful Gogoku, Marshall becomes consumed with the need to draw Steve & Melody back to Oakwell, no matter the cost…
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B00K3W0NRA
Publisher: Horrific Tales Publishing
Pages no: 239
Edition language: English
Category:
Horror, Fiction
Series: Whisper Trilogy (#2)
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Scarlet's Web
Scarlet's Web rated it
4.5 Echoes (Whisper Trilogy Book 2) by Michael Bray
Another great book in the Whispers trilogy, roll on book three!!Echoes picks up seven years after book one and a hotel has been built on the area of Hope House. A paranormal team are going in to investigate and the previous tenants of the house have returned for the event, although not really having...
100 Pages A Day...Stephanie's Book Reviews
100 Pages A Day...Stephanie's Book Reviews rated it
3.5 Echoes
"They drove down the single track road in silence. Even the radio could no longer help, the signal fading to a static hiss in the bowels of the forest. As much as they didn’t want to, they switched it off, and finally there was just the sound of the trees to accompany them. It was against their ever...
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