Review: Where The Dead Walk by John Bowen

A TV ghost-hunting crew. A haunted house. An unimaginable crime. A past buried deep…

An Amazon US/UK Kindle Store Top 100 Bestseller: #1 Ghosts & Haunted Houses – #1 Occult – #1 Ghosts – #1 Paranormal.

For some, ghosts are no more than the wounds loved ones leave in their wake, haunting the living only with their absence. Others take a more literal view…

Kate Bennett, presenter of paranormal investigation cable TV show, ‘Where the Dead Walk’, isn’t sure what she believes, other than she seems cursed to lose all those closest to her.

After investigating a neglected cliff-top house, empty for a decade because it’s ‘haunted’, Kate is convinced a spirit within holds the answers to a childhood she can’t remember and an unimaginable crime.

What she can’t know is that the house’s owner, Sebastian Dahl, is searching for something too, and he intends to get it, whatever the cost.

My Thoughts

A move from my normal genre’s because this was recommended by a friend who really rated it, and I do too 100%.

It has really precise information on rituals and the supernatural that are needed for the plot which could have been dull and uninteresting, however it is anything but and is well written, detailed, extremely interesting and added in all the right places and works really well within the story – which is very well conceived and highly original btw.

I did not predict most of what happened and what I expected to happen didn’t ! Brilliant read.

Will without a doubt be reading more by John Bowen (see below for some exciting news) as imo he has a talent for very descriptive and gripping writing

 

5 sheep rating

 

COMING NEXT FROM JOHN BOWEN

The body count is rising, and it’s no accident.

Someone is murdering Greg Unsworth’s neighbours and staging the deaths to look like accidents. Greg knows the truth, but when you’re grappling with OCD and just closing your front door, turning off a tap and crossing the road are a battle, how exactly are you meant to catch a serial killer?

  
Thank you John for kindly allowing me to post this on the blog and I shall look forward to its release.

 

 

 

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