The Devil's Serenade
Publish date: 2016-04-19
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Pages no: 210
Edition language: English
Overall an enjoyable read. Nicely creepy, if not outright scary. Recently divorced Maddie moves into the very gothic looking home she inherited from her late Aunt. Maddie used to spend summers there as a child, up until something happened on her sixteenth birthday. Something she cannot remember. O...
I received a free copy of The Devil's Serenade from the publisher in return for an honest review. For me, a good haunted house story means checking the dark corners of the room and being scared to lower my feet to the floor lest something be hiding under the bed. I didn't find that within The Devi...
When it comes to horror, sometimes the best scares are those just hinted at, kept off the page, or left open to explanation. It's that sense of doubt, that inability to trust our senses, that makes the reader so perfectly uncomfortable. It's a large part of why Gothic horror endures, and why the hau...
Maddie inherits a Gothic mansion from her aunt Charlotte. She is puzzled and surprised by this gift but determined to make full use of the unexpected inheritance. She has decided for the present to reside there. A series of unusual occurrences and events is somewhat concerning; what is the signif...
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