The Estate

The Estate Something creeps under the floorboards of the Rutherford Estate the fortress where Eileen Morgan spends her sixteenth summer in Fife Scotland a usually quiet community but where locals have been e

  • Title: The Estate
  • Author: Laura Matthias Bendoly
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Something creeps under the floorboards of the Rutherford Estate, the fortress where Eileen Morgan spends her sixteenth summer, in Fife, Scotland, a usually quiet community but where locals have been experiencing freak accidents stampeding by bull and falling to their deaths into the North Sea The inheritance of the estate is now in question Will the heir be Ewan StalkSomething creeps under the floorboards of the Rutherford Estate, the fortress where Eileen Morgan spends her sixteenth summer, in Fife, Scotland, a usually quiet community but where locals have been experiencing freak accidents stampeding by bull and falling to their deaths into the North Sea The inheritance of the estate is now in question Will the heir be Ewan Stalker, the estranged grandson who tends the sheep Will Eileen help him Will she be gored by Caedmon the bull or chased into a mineshaft by the resident ghost Whichever her choice, a dynasty may disappear forever should Eileen not come in aid at the Rutherfords direst hour.

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    1. This book is a solid first effort. First of all, the cover art is gorgeous, and appropriately Gothic for the tale you find in its pages. Eileen Morgan does not want to be in Scotland. She was dragged there by her mother to help her grandmother settle into a new apartment, and she doesn't want to be there. She'd rather be at home, spending time with her best friend and the cute boy who might be into her. However, Scotland isn't all bad. There's a cute boy that works at the farm on the Rutherford [...]

    2. The Estate is a gently-paced contemporary YA paranormal mystery with a slow-build romance. While there are definitely some thrills, the story doesn't rush from one shocking event to another. Instead, there are natural lags--the way there would be in real life--and our main character Eileen has to struggle through the resultant frustration and anxiety. At first, the only thing a bit strange about the Scottish estate that borders Eileen's grandmother's rented home is the somewhat peculiar behavior [...]

    3. the cover colors and art work were most beatfuili enjoyed the booka fast fun readit had little bit of mysyerylittle suspuse was good

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