Saturday, August 18, 2012

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Author Bio-Christy Sloat is a Southern California native who now lives in New Jersey with her husband and two daughters. She believes that reading is a passion and it should be embraced. If she is not reading or writing she is cooking or spending quality time with her children.She believes in past lives and love that can last lifetimes. She is huge Stephenie Meyer and J.K. Rowling fan. Some of her favorite vacation spots are Maine, Massachusetts and California.

Some secrets should never be revealed…
Brylee Branson begrudgingly made the excruciating move with her family from the warm sandy beaches of California to small town living in New Jersey. As if she wasn’t miserable enough, they’ve moved into a creepy old house that everyone in the area claims is haunted. Brylee dismisses the idea of ghosts and hauntings, until she begins to see and hear things that can’t be explained…

Brylee has no choice but to seek the help of new friends to unlock the secrets of this place she now calls home. But some secrets should never be revealed. Can the teens find a way to release the spirits imprisoned within the walls? Or will the curse claim them, too?


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  Hea y'all Anne here with my review for The Brown House by Christy Sloat, this was an amazingly creepy read. I enjoy a good ghost story and this one was great! Right from the beginning you're taken into the characters world which has been thrown to the wind and tossed aside. Brylee is having her life up rooted and moved to New Jersey, now what could a girl from Cali have to do once she's forced to an ugly house in the back woods of New Jersey? Well she starts to make friends, the blue haired girl who is causing trouble and the little nerdy red head from next door. But what she never thought she'd find was the story and horror that lived within the walls of her new house. The history of the story Christy told was detailed and complex and couldn't have fit better into the story to scare the crap out of you. Brylee is curious and afraid and in the midst of all this her life continues to spin out of control around her, she has made a discovery about herself that leaves her lost and alone. In comes the quiet and dangerously handsome Ephraim, he swoops in and takes up the crumbled pieces and helps Brylee make sense of not only them but also her life. With the back story playing out beautifully through the whole book you are left with one hell of a cliff hanger at the end that will leave your mouth hanging open and your ears perked listening for a strange noise.  5 out of 5 stars for The Brown House by Christy Sloat bravo can't wait for book 2!!!!!

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