Check out this review of the book, The House, by Simon Lelic, as featured on the Little Bookness Lane blog
Publication date: 17/08/17 [Ebook] 02/11/17 [Paperback]
Once upon a time there were two people in the big city of London who found buying their first fairy tale property together a thoroughly dreadful experience. Then, after many, many disappointments, their dream came true when a detached house, complete with the previous owner’s creepy taxidermy, became theirs.
Those two lucky, plucky people are Sydney Baker and Jack Walsh and The House is where their nightmare begins…
I have one word for this book – fright-tastic. The couple’s alternating written monologue, entitled simply ‘Jack’ or ‘Sydney’ as chapter headings, relays their initial excitement from the shock of winning the auction bid and how that took a massive nosedive the longer they resided in The House.
At first I wondered why the story is being narrated in this weirdly dynamic fashion. I won’t elaborate simply because all becomes clear other than…
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