"Although one of my favorite genres, I haven’t read a horror novel in quite a while, and I don’t think I’ve ever read a YA horror, so I was very excited to receive this book. I wasn’t disappointed." -- Teri PolenBelow is the jest of her review. Take a look. If you'd like to read the entire column, a link follows:
TERI POLEN'S REVIEW: Calvin Dean has a wonderful way with words. His descriptions of the abandoned house, the creepy graveyard, and the eerie surroundings made me feel like I was right there watching his characters. The imagery created was spectacular and the writing flowed so well I’d be caught up in it and then shocked at something I never saw coming. You gotta love that in a book.
The flashbacks to the Civil War added another dimension to this book and also helped to explain things happening in present day. By the time I got to the last thirty or so pages, I couldn’t put it down and had to see how it ended, even though my husband was begging me to turn off the light.