The Birthing House: A Novel
Publish date: August 4th 2009
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
After collecting his fathers life insurance, Conrad and his wife, Jo, move to a former birthing house to rehab their marriage and get out of LA. However the house may have come with a little more than they bargained for. Is the house haunted, or is Conrad just losing his mind following his father's ...
To say i have read this is naught but a big fat lie. I think i may of read a half... no more like a third. I kept waiting for this excitement, for something. Yet i got nothing, a big fat zero. The time i spent... no the time i wasted reading this book is time i will never get back. After reading the...
I gave up around the time our leading man read his neighbor's pregnant daughter's MySpace page. Ransom included two pages of the profile's questionnaire bullshit in the novel.Garbage.
All I can say is that my mother taught me if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all. I have nothing nice to say, except this book was hands down one of the stupidest books I have read in a long time.
Another house, this time more “possessed” than haunted. It was a reasonably fresh idea, but I felt there was too much extraneous character development, some really interesting ideas that were presented and then not followed through and the whole bang of the story was in the last twenty five pages. ...