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Brendan has always a Haunted ePUB #8608 been fascinated by the low budget horror films of Bud Preston Imagine his surprise when he moves to a new town and discovers a high school classmate is the daughter of his favorite director Melissa Preston’s home contains exciting secrets about such strange films. LIFE IN A HAUNTED HOUSE is a coming of ageghost story written in such an easy to read style you'll be finished before you've even begun to put a dent in your chairIt's the base storyline for some of the free short stories you may have seen offered by author Norman Prentiss They don't need to be read in any particular order but this one explains who Bud Preston was and how his movies were made Anyone who has watched those old cheaply made but fun to watch horror films can appreciate this novelThat's the basic plot There are a couple of interesting subplots that might just leave you wondering if this is also partially imaginary; another regarding parents not seeing eye to eye; and a tiny bit of boygirl stuff Nothing racy Enjoy this with your kidsI received my copy of LIFE IN A HAUNTED HOUSE from the author and hope you buy a copy today

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Life in a Haunted HouseIng sometimes funny and oftentimes bittersweet human portrayal of a young man trying to make sense of his parents’ divorce his place in the world and the true meaning of friendshipI can do no less than give Life in a in a Haunted Kindle #213 Haunted House my highest recommendation Cemetery Dance Online. I enjoyed this for the author's effort than the execution The author clearly loved writing this novella and probably put a lot of personal stuff in it That's what comes through and keeps you engaged The story itself really doesn't have a ton going for it but the characters are drawn well and have lifeI must confess that I freuently see this author's works linked with Kevin Lucia and Richard Chizmar and the line and as a horror and coming of age genre fan I really haven't been able to jive with any of their works I think some people are wired differently I am a huge Ronald Malfi fan and find a lot of King influence in his work Whereas the three unnamed earlier seem much Koontz I don't know if that's helpful to anyone else

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summary Life in a Haunted House 100 ¸ ❮Read❯ ➱ Life in a Haunted House Author Norman Prentiss – Brendan has always been fascinated by the low budget horror films of Bud Preston Imagine his surprise when he moves to a new town and discovers a high school classmate is the daughter of his favorite Brendan hAs THE STONE STAIRWAY and THE DUNGEON OF COUNT VERLOCK But Brendan’s film fan obsessions threaten to undermine his Life in PDFEPUBnew friendshipbefore he can truly understand what it means to spend LIFE IN A HAUNTED HOUSEPrentiss continues to chart his own path through the horror genreA poignantly mov. See of my book reviews on my blog Literary FlitsLife In A Haunted House has a fabulous schlock horror cover which manages to both perfectly illustrate the novel inside and to imply something completely different to the actual story I'll try to explain that contradiction Our young protagonist Brendan is so much a fan as to be obsessed with the b movie horror films of director Bud Preston and I love that this book cover looks just like one of those film posters However the Life In A Haunted House storyline is a multi layered coming of age tale far sophisticated and deep than the artwork would suggestBrendan is the perpetual school new boy and misfit His chance encounter with eually isolated 'weird girl' Melissa looks as though it will allow both children to actually experience friendship bonding over the discovery that Melissa's house was where Bud Preston shot all his films However first Brendan needs to learn that using someone to further your own obsession isn't the same as being their friend however tempting the immediate acuisitions might bePrentiss has written a sympathetic and utterly convincing portrayal of the intersection of these two lives and I found it easy to believe in both Brendan and Melissa Their interactions with parents and other children provide a strong framework and if I were a horror film fan I suspect I would have recognised many of the scenes and settings at least by type Life In A Haunted House does have a strong horror streak depicted mainly through scenes that border on reality I can imagine this novel having wide appeal and being recommended by word of mouth to horror fans and enthusiasts of uirky cult fiction