ISBN: 0062223208 Global Overview for this book
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But the Walkers are not alone. Alice and Sandra, two long-dead and restless ghosts, linger within the house's claustrophobic walls, bound eternally to its physical structure. Jostling for space and memory, they observe the family, trading barbs and reminiscences about their past lives. Though their voices cannot be heard, Alice and Sandra speak through the house itself - in the hiss of the radiator, a creak in the stairs, the dimming of a light bulb.
The living and dead are haunted by painful truths that surface with explosive force. When a new ghost appears, and Trenton begins to communicate with her, the spirit and human worlds collide - with cataclysmic results.
I am not going to rave about how good this book is. Truth be told, I'm not even sure I'd call it a good book. However... I liked it. I can't even really put my finger on exactly why, but it pulled me in from the first page. I was intrigued and had a hard time putting it down. Probably the fastest I've read a book in a long time. I enjoyed the multiple viewpoints and short chapters and how all the stories wove into each other and I even enjoyed the ending. For me, this was just a spooky, enthralling read.
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
What you have in your hands is an honest-to-goodness gift, no strings attached. You may keep it forever and ever, pass it on to a friend, or release it in the wild like I did. I know it may seem a little odd to find this lying around - it's my way of touching the lives of others in a positive way, with the hope that it made your day. :)
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Release paragraph shamelessly stolen from AuntNub. :)