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The House On BlackStone Moor – Reviewed By: Crystal Trent Dotson

By: Carole Gill

Reviewed By: Crystal Trent Dotson

Rose Baines ia a pretty nineteen year old , that finds her father has murdered her family including himself , after finding this tragic scene she is taken to Marsh , a lunatic asylum . She is taken in by Dr. Bannion, who she learns to trust. He offers her to live with him before becoming a governess to his friends children. She takes the job and moves to the House on BlackStone Moor. Mr & Mrs. Darton seem nice enough, but as time goes on , Rose soon begins to notice odd happenings, she trys to pass it off as dreams, until she is face to face with the evil that lives in the house. She never imagined the man she was falling in love with was also undead, but once that secret is unveiled, all Hell breaks loose.  Rose endures being raped , bitten , tore , and losing so many she dearly loved. No one is who she thought they was and she finds that no one can be trusted.  While trying to figure out Good and Evil , demons attack her and try to drag her through the gates of Hell. She is forced to make the decision to sacrifice herself , her blood , to save the ones she loves , and leave the world forever , or watch them die.

This is a terrifying and evil filled book. Rose endures so much pain her 19 years of life that most don’t experience in a lifetime.  Full of demons , spirits , fallen angels , and Satan himself.


One Response

  1. I’m so glad you enjoyed it, Crystal!
    thanks so much for reviewing it.
    Yes, that’s the focus alright, good vs evil. Everything stems from that. It is the one enduring battle there are other battles but the basis of all of them stems from this one.
    Thanks again.

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