Tuesday, 22 November 2016

The Picture Frame

by Iain Rob Wright


ASIN B00PFTJ0TS  ISBN-13 978-1503174146
Publisher CreateSpace (paperback), SalGad (kindle)
Pages 174

My Review

A quick and easy read with nothing too scary. In my opinion ideal for Young Adult readers who enjoy horror. The characters were a little one-dimensional and could have benefited from being further developed. Unfortunately this wasn't possible with of book of only 231 pages in length. I felt the story had what could have been a wonderfully scary setting but the creepiness I longed for didn't materialise. On the whole, enjoyable and lighthearted.

Rating 💗💗💗

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The Blurb

How does a man protect his family from an evil they can't escape?

Blake Price is the most celebrated mystery writer since Agatha Christie, but a violent tragedy sends him and his family to a secluded cottage in the English countryside where they can recover in peace.

But trying to keep his family safe becomes impossible for Blake when a mysterious object forces itself into his life and unleashes a terrifying evil. It's already too late.
The Picture Frame. Some things should stay buried.

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