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Friday, September 19, 2014

Review: CHARNEL HOUSE by FRED ANDERSON




REVIEW: CHARNEL HOUSE by Fred Anderson

A riveting, graphic, gory, spooky, Supernatural + Sci Fi [read it to the end--you'll see] from an author new to me, CHARNEL HOUSE is the engrossing tale of a long-abandoned and only imminently inhabited rural house on a hill near a small Alabama town. Spooky as the house is (and as much suffering as it had contained and witnessed) the real horror lies below ground, manifesting at intervals inside the crawlspace. As much as it is the story of a house, CHARNEL HOUSE is equally character study, and a coming-of-age narrative, and its full effect is only apprised when the entire exciting story is completed.

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