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The Dead House - Dawn Kurtagich
The Dead House
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The Dead House, which is set for fall 2015, is about the discovery of a diary in the ruins of a high school that burned down a quarter-century earlier. The diary was written by a girl whom no-one is sure ever existed.
The Dead House, which is set for fall 2015, is about the discovery of a diary in the ruins of a high school that burned down a quarter-century earlier. The diary was written by a girl whom no-one is sure ever existed.
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Format: hardcover
Pages no: 440
Edition language: English
Category:
Young Adult, Mystery
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Moonlit Pages
Moonlit Pages rated it
4.0 The Dead House
I was a little bit disappointed in the ending but it was still an amazing read. I thoroughly enjoy it! I loved the mysterious, creepy and well-built atmosphere and how the story is told through diary entries, police reports, transcripts and more. I have already started recommending it!
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents rated it
3.0 The Dead House
This is a book for people who like straight up horror, like the girl coming out of the tv or mirror, the demon possessing the child's body, the paranormal events being caught on camera, etc. That type of horror isn't really my thing, but I was still able to get into this story. It deals with menta...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it
4.0 The Dead House
She came out at night and I thought she was the fun one, the dark one. These two girls left each other notes to communicate, to let each other know exactly what was happening and what to expect should someone mention something that they didn’t understand. It seemed to me that Kaitlyn was more depend...
Liz Loves Books.Com.
Liz Loves Books.Com. rated it
4.5 The Dead House. Haunting.
For me this book was pretty incredible. It takes focus and an ability to not keep diving under the duvet every time something downright creepy occurs (sometimes I did well other times I eyed the novel from a place of safety somewhere full of light) - The Dead House is a multi-layered tale that can b...
debbiekrenzer
debbiekrenzer rated it
4 Stars! #TheDeadHouse @littlebrown @dawnkurtagich This was one strange and creepy book. The main character was one body with two people living out of it. She was Carly by day and Kaitlin by night.The story was told my diary entries, newspaper accounts, doctor's notes, post it notes left between ...
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