2 journalers for this copy...
Sally and David Curtiss knew that the old New England house was supposed to be haunted. But they weren't afraid of ghosts. That was before they learned there was nowhere in the house they were safe. Not even in each other's arms. Especially not there.
My only complaint about the book might be that sometimes I felt the paragraphs went on a bit too long for my taste, and that if they were split up, it might've been a bit easier to read. But I think a lot of that could also be due to the fact that I've been reading a lot of the more contemporary and/or YA authors lately, whom tend to stick to smaller paragraphs to make for easier reading. Certainly the paragraph lengths the author used here weren't outside the boundary of acceptable writing. I've just found shorter to be better for me personally in holding my interest and keeping me from getting too distracted. Obviously a lot of contemporary authors have jumped on the same bandwagon.
This is now reserved for sarradee, who pulled it during the first round of the Horror VBB back in March.
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Mailed to sarradee on 16-Jun-2007 via Media Mail. Enjoy!!
Left on the benches outside the restaurant.
Outback Steakhouse, 11600 Research Blvd, Austin TX, 78757