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House of Darkness House of Light: The True Story Volume Two: 2

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Like any number of horror geeks, I'm curious about what really happened in Harrisville, Rhode Island as featured in The Conjuring. Perhaps the ghosts were trying to prove that everyone gets abandoned to a terrifying death- even if they had to artificially set it up. Read more about the condition New: A new, unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages. Often when there was a scary incident and they screamed and banged things for attention, no one else in the house could hear it.

The book really makes the reader question life, and reality as we know it,and question our own mortality. Another thing I observed was that in the telling, most of the major attacks seemed to come just after a party, date or other really good day.The author adds to much "fluff", she jumps Around, is incredibly repetitive and talks too much about stuff that has nothing to do with what the story is actually supposed to be about. This book was all over the place and now I feel like I need to read a gossipy young adult novel to cleanse my literary palate.

It is the kind of writing that uses at least four paragraphs to say something that could have been said in one or two sentences. But still, if it had been edited down into one it would've almost certainly been a more powerful story. Whether as an act of eternal damnation for an ill-conceived exit from a mortal existence, or as the dire consequence of the premature departure, her spirit lingers still, remaining in her old home place in the country; a farmhouse where she once lived out her days then died by her own hand. In 1970, Roger and Carolyn Perron purchased what seemed to be the home of their dreams: the Arnold Estate, located just beyond the village of Harrisville, Rhode Island. Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item.A use of Strunk and White and an editor to help with structure, time lines and efficient use of language could make this a five star read.

Consider this a proper introduction to but a few of the many who still dwell among the living in a house revealing as many secrets. The Perrons were aware that after interactions they felt depleted, and often slept (unnaturally) more. The Arnold Estate, located just beyond the village of Harrisville, Rhode Island seemed the idyllic setting in which to raise a family. They know where the doors were, but while they talk about the three stairways to the cellar, (how many to the second floor? Often painful, it has been a healing process as well, as each revisited a past impacting our present, clearly mapping the future of a family.One assumes these are of people who lived there before and left "something" behind: whether a personality or an energetic imprint. So going into this review I am giving Andrea and her family the benefit of the doubt that all their experiences are true and honest. Then she made matters worse by self-publishing it with a money-greedy publishing house who wouldn't know a good bit of editing if a real editor bit them on the ass. The passage of time in this book is weird, even after finishing it I cannot truly tell how much time passed from the first chapter to the last, the author jumps around a lot. I truly feel the Perron family were blessed with the gift of enlightenment and were meant to share this!

The Conjuring is more from the Warrens point of view so obviously the book is going to be vastly different. I hope it changes but MAN the author makes her own dad out to be a total dick in this book, there is NOTHING sympathetic about him. The author seems to have relaxed and found a style, there are less overused stylistic phrases (message:received, house alive with death, the woman, the man etc), the wordiness has been toned down, and there is less hopping about in terms of timeline. The female figure who showed herself with a broken neck was identified by the Warrens as Bathsheba, and often attacked Carolyn, the girls' mother. In the framework of an inexplicable existence for a family dwelling in a house alive with death, it was a welcome presence, a protective influence in an otherwise scary place.Their odyssey is chronicled by the eldest sibling and is an unabridged account of a supernatural excursion. Although I can read Kindle books most of my friends cannot and own Kobo's or generic ereaders making book clubs difficult indeed! Andrea Perron did the next to worst possible thing in writing this disjointed chaos in the third person.

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