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Hell House - Richard Matheson, Ray Porter
Hell House
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Belasco House is the Mt. Everest of haunted houses. All previous attempts to probe its mysteries have ended in murder, suicide, or insanity. But now, a new investigation has been launched, bringing four strangers in search of the ultimate secrets of life and death.
Belasco House is the Mt. Everest of haunted houses. All previous attempts to probe its mysteries have ended in murder, suicide, or insanity. But now, a new investigation has been launched, bringing four strangers in search of the ultimate secrets of life and death.
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Format: audiobook
ISBN: 9781433251726 (1433251728)
Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks
Edition language: English
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My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it
3.5 Hell House
Well, that was not what I had expected. I didn’t expect all the sexual and passionate aspects of this novel. I did enjoy this novel though and I thought the historical elements and the characters in the novel complimented each other. All the while I was reading this novel, I kept thinking “Vincent P...
Bark at the Ghouls
Bark at the Ghouls rated it
3.0 Hell House by Richard Matheson
Bought during Audible's $2.99 sale (10/13/17)! . It's more now, sorry about that. A rich guy offers to pay a group of people to stay a few nights in a haunted house to prove there is life after death. All previous attempts to do such a stupid thing at this particular house have ended very badly fo...
ecmarshall
ecmarshall rated it
2.0 Hell House
I was not frightened by Hell House. To instill horror, the novel depends largely on the transgression of sexual mores. Those mores seem quite outdated to this reader in 2016. There are already many excellent reviews that make the same point, so I'll say no more on that topic.I gave Hell House two...
Obsidian Black Plague
Obsidian Black Plague rated it
4.0 Hell House
Sometimes it's nice to just read a really good horror book. I think besides a couple of flow problems and the story taking a while to get going, there is a reason why this one is a classic.Taking place in 1970, a man named William Deutsch wants to investigate the possibility of life after death. He...
mpontiff
mpontiff rated it
Originally published in 1971, there's probably nothing new that I can say about this one. Instead, I want to point out that I absolutely love how Matheson accomplishes so much with so little. For example, take the following sentence, "There was something in there, without a doubt, something terribly...
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