Book Review: Slade House by David Mitchell 

Finally a paranormal horror thriller tethered logically to reality I can get on board with. Disappearances of people every nine years sends a string of conspiracy theorists in search of the mysterious Slade House. However, the malevolent spirits stationed there are cunning and resourceful until time catches up with them in 2015. 

I find paranormal and fantasy hard to read and for this reason found the opening of the books premise difficult to get into, but once I had adjusted to this new environment, which is thankfully logical to follow I found this book just got better and better. The chilling phenomenon on which the existence of the Greyer twins is based was addictive and I found the pages fly by with no thought given to the time I spent immersed in this story. 

A truly magical read and a world I hope to revisit soon. 

Links To Book:
Amazon UK
Amazon US



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