Charnel House



Charnel House Perched on the plateau at the top of a hill named for the hickory trees dotting its slopes, the abandoned house broods over the tiny Alabama town called Belleville like a rattler guarding a clutch of eggs The townspeople below rarely think about the house any, but at night they may visit it in their dreams, black visions filled with screams and blood and almost seen faces leering out of the darkness at them The lines of the house have skewed over the decades, and its supports grown weak Where it once stood straight and true it has sagged and bowed But still it remains, ageless and timeless, watching And sometimes, it feeds. Download Charnel House – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 320 pages
  • Charnel House
  • Fred Anderson
  • English
  • 16 May 2017

8 thoughts on “Charnel House

  1. ~Teresa says:

    I m not sure how I feel about this book It was two stories, but they were intertwined It was gross at times, with nothing left to the imagination An Alfred Hitchcock story this is not Nothing subtle, nothing left unsaid it is all put into words The book was titled Charnel House, but the house was not the focal point of the story I was expecting a haunted house story and this wasof a psychological twisty story I cannot even use the word thriller here I m sure it was my bad for I m not sure how I feel about this book It was two stories, but they were intertwined It was gross at times, with nothing left to the imagination An Alfred Hitchcock story this is not Nothing subtle, nothing left unsaid it is all put into words The book was titled Charnel House, but the house was not the focal point of the story I was expecting a haunted house story and this wasof a psychological twisty story I cannot even use the word thriller here I m sure it was my bad for not reading what the book was about closely enough.As the book begins, Joe s wife has ask for a divorce and to add insult to injury, he is terminated from his job He gets rather wasted and runs over a child on his way home to his nasty, hot, stinky trailer Things begin to unravel from this point on in the story and i...

  2. Joe Geesin says:

    A book of now and then, two stories, the first now with an opening ending and the second then featuring the guy s friend, the ending tying up most of the story, a cyclic time overlap story.In the main well written, but I found some segments a little too much padded compared to others, an...

  3. Kathy says:

    This book actually has two intertwined stories The first, and one I liked most, is about Joe Garraty He loses his job, and gets drunk at a strip club Traveling home in a dense fog, he decides to drive past the local haunted house He recalls the time he and a friend forced the friend s cousin Bobby into going into the crawlspace of the house, which really scared Bobby As Joe is driving by, a boy runs into the path of his car, gets hit and dies Joe buries him in the crawlspace of the haunted This book actually has two intertwined stories The first, and one I liked most, is about Joe Garraty He loses his job, and gets drunk at a strip club Traveling home in a dense fog, he decides to drive past the local haunted house He recalls the time he and a friend forced the friend s cousin Bobby into going into the crawlspace of the house, which really scared Bobby As Joe is driving by, a boy runs into the path of his c...

  4. Autumn Is Azathoth says:

    REVIEW CHARNEL HOUSE by Fred AndersonA riveting, graphic, gory, spooky, Supernatural Sci Fi read it to the end you ll see from an author new to me, CHARNEL HOUSE is the engrossing tale of a long abandoned and only imminently inhabited rural house on a hill near a small Alabama town Spooky as the house is and as much suffering as it had contained and witnessed the real horror lies below ground, manifesting at intervals inside the crawlspace As much as it is the story of a house, CHARNEL REVIEW CHARNEL HOUSE by Fred AndersonA riveting, graphic, gory, spooky, Supernatural Sci Fi read it to the end you ll see from an author new to me, CHARNEL HOUSE is the engrossing tale of a long abandoned and only imminently inhabited rural house on a hill near a small Alabama town Spooky as the house is and as much suffering as it had contained and witnessed the r...

  5. Lynne says:

    This was a fantastic read and I feel as though I ve been on an epic journey The author has really thought this one through and brings everything together with great style This has got to be one of my favourite books of all time and I highly recommend it.

  6. Gilda Felt says:

    I suppose it was supposed to be a clever idea, but the whole idea of two stories intertwined as one came offas an obvious twist, rather than the actual working of the plot Actually, the author pretty much comes out and says so at the end of the book It shows it in so many ways, from the lack of true character development, to the plot holes that litter the story Like where did the people go who accompanied Garraty back to the house And how, or why, does the house do what it does And whi I suppose it was supposed to be a clever idea, but the whole idea of two stories intertwined as one came offas an obvious twist, rather than the actual working of the plot Actually, the author pretty much comes out and says so at the end of the book It shows it in so many ways, from the lack of true character development, to the plot holes that litter the story Like where did the people go who accompanied Garraty back to the house And how, or why, does the house do what it does And while gro...

  7. Angela says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I had a hard time deciding my rating for this book There definitely were parts that scared me Joe in the crawl space and I enjoyed the second book better I liked Bobby The ending, however, didn t seem to be fleshed out really well and could have been better This wasn t the book I was expecting to read I thought it was going to be about a haunted house The first book took a few chapters to get me hooked Honestly I almost gave up on the whole thing I like the idea of the time traveling c I had a hard time deciding my rating for this book There definitely were parts that scared me Joe in the crawl space and I enjoyed the second book better I liked Bobby The ending, however, didn t seem to be fleshed out really well and could have...

  8. Δέσποινα Νομικού says:

    Mr Anderson is a born writer I enjoyed the strong characters, a skill missed greatly today from novelists and other kind of story tellers I would not give away nothing, I am not the spoiler type, but I am sure you will be surprised from the turn of events and you will find yourself taken ...

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