Friday, January 11, 2019

The Haunting of Henderson Close (Book Review)

The Haunting of Henderson Close
Catherine Cavendish
Flame Tree Press

The Haunting of Henderson Close is about a haunted tourist attraction – Henderson Close – which is the site of the murder of Miss Carmichael. When renovations begin, ghostly occurrences being to heighten in activity. Soon, Hannah, our main character, must discover who it was exactly who murdered Miss Carmichael. But something sinister and evil lurks in the shadows of Henderson Close.

This is my first time reading a book by Catherine Cavendish and I’m glad I’ve done so. Cavendish writes with a mysterious, ominous, elegant voice which easily transcends into the surprising and dreadful elements of the occult and paranormal.

The Haunting of Henderson Close is a fantastic ghost story with some gore pop-ups and haunting scares. The story takes many twists and turns, leaving predictability obscure.

The only problem I had with the story was that everything seemed to be rushed toward the end. I felt that there was so much going on throughout the story that it lead to a premature climax that just tried to solve it all at once or one after the other, abruptly.

Nevertheless, The Haunting of Henderson Close is a great paranormal read full of time jumps, ghosts, evil entities, and even some squeamish gore. Give it a read now!

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