Elsham's End

Elsham s End Something is living in Elsham s End Something dark and unearthly And it s all John Silverwood s fault How has he brought this malevolent entity into his beloved family house Simply by falling for Rhia

  • Title: Elsham's End
  • Author: H.J. Williams
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 280
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Something is living in Elsham s End Something dark and unearthly And it s all John Silverwood s fault How has he brought this malevolent entity into his beloved family house Simply by falling for Rhian She is not what she seems she is at the centre of a horrific episode in her family s past, an episode they have told her nothing about Is she somehow connected withSomething is living in Elsham s End Something dark and unearthly And it s all John Silverwood s fault How has he brought this malevolent entity into his beloved family house Simply by falling for Rhian She is not what she seems she is at the centre of a horrific episode in her family s past, an episode they have told her nothing about Is she somehow connected with the fire that wipes out an entire family, just a hundred yards from Elsham s End Why does John keep hearing someone knocking on his door when he is alone in the house And who goes into his 5 year old brother s room to play with his toys in the dead of night Innocent of the danger they are in, John and Rhian follow their hearts into darkness, bringing about the repercussions of events from 17 years before Elsham s End is a compelling story of the paranormal, of possession and secret lives.

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    1. Review: ELSHAM' S END by HJ WilliamsThis debut supernatural mystery was also my introduction to a vastly talented author who capably weaves multiple layers of theme, plotting, character, and time frames to keep the reader wildly engrossed and eager for the protagonists to succeed, if at all possible. (With an antagonist of this strength and might, success is never assured.)A family living outside a small English village lives a content life, for the most part, somewhat insular, but rather well o [...]

    2. Took a little while to get going, but once it did, absolutely brilliant! I stayed up half the night to finish it. Set in 1985, the story starts with a bizarre accident, when a car crashes into the house next door to Elsham's End, home of the Silverwoods, in the middle of the night, and sets off a chain of terrifying events. Williams skillfully ratchets up the suspense and tension as events build, and I found the novel genuinely scary as well as clever, a story of possession that felt fresh and o [...]

    3. An excellent read. Reminded me of Dennis Wheatley The Devil Rides Out which I have just bought on for 99p. I first read it when I was 13 and it scared the bejesus out of me then. Anyway I digress. Am I reading too much in to the ending it beginning again?The only downside was that it really did need some proof reading/editing. There were loads of errors including dieing not dying and vain not vein. Shame really but it was still a bloody good read.

    4. I think I gave this one a pretty fair shot, but I'm just so sick of knowing that I've read half the book, the characters are really hard to relate to and not very likable, and there's nothing happening. If it moved any slower, it would simply stop, or maybe that is the problem. I feel a bit bad that I'm not able to finish it, but I would prefer not to be bored stupid.

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