Black House

Black House There is something evil in the dilapidated old house known as Black House The residents have a history of insanity and suicide The last family that lived there was murdered It is now abandoned but th

  • Title: Black House
  • Author: Elissa Drake
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 146
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • There is something evil in the dilapidated old house known as Black House The residents have a history of insanity and suicide The last family that lived there was murdered It is now abandoned, but the evil is still there, waiting.When friends Taryn, Jack and Carley go to Black House on a dare one cold night, they had no idea the tragedy that would await them Only twoThere is something evil in the dilapidated old house known as Black House The residents have a history of insanity and suicide The last family that lived there was murdered It is now abandoned, but the evil is still there, waiting.When friends Taryn, Jack and Carley go to Black House on a dare one cold night, they had no idea the tragedy that would await them Only two of them come back.Now, Taryn must come to terms with what happened and try to find closure The only way for her to do that is to go back to Black House and what she finds waiting there is a terror beyond her worst nightmare.

    One thought on “Black House”

    1. Black house I can just see me and a couple of friends walking on a country road alone not a lite to be seen and u hear all kinds of sounds it starry . well this is how this book makes u feel heart started beating a little faster and the farther u go the scarier it gets this is a must read for people who likes to walk a dark starry road at nite .

    2. A dare gone wrongA really enjoyable short story. I was hooked to find out more about what happened. My only complaint was that it could have been longer. I look forward to reading Black Curse to see how this story heads.

    3. A nice ghost/haunted house story. I enjoyed it. There was nothing new in how the story progressed, but it was still fairly well written and enteraining. I'd be interested in reading the sequel mentioned at the end of the book.

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