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Monday, May 28, 2018

Review: The Moore House

The Moore House The Moore House by Tony Tremblay
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Review: THE MOORE HOUSE by Tony Tremblay
(Release July 2018)

I adored this horror novel, in every sense. Author Tony Tremblay vivifies the New England small-town scene and its environs, so much that it seemed I walked there, observing. He also knows his characters from the inside, delineating each to the core. Additionally, he knows how to terrorize his characters and his readers. I read this over two evenings/nights, which was really brave of me, since THE MOORE HOUSE is super scary. I won't be forgetting this novel for quite a long time. Nor will I be forgetting a few of the characters whom I came (with good reasons) to despise. I especially won't forget the explosively terrifying opening scenes involving a homeless, feckless, drifter--and THE MOORE HOUSE.

I don't know if the author has considered a sequel; but I fervently hope he will. THE MOORE HOUSE rocks!!


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