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Novel The Dwelling ownership of Belisle changes four times with Glenn Darnley brokering each deal The rst occupants are a young couple Rebecca and Daniel Mason who have big dreams of wealth and success It doesn't take long for them to realize that they're not welcome in their new house After a ghostly seduction and a violent confrontation the property is once again for sale Next comes Barbara Parkins a divorcee and her unhappy young son Petey Lonely and looking for companionship the two nd comfort in some new playful young friends When the Parkins family leaves the house is sold again Last owners. A brilliant novel of uiet horror that disturbs on so many levels weaving the fragile home lives of ordinary people damaged though they may be who find themselves in possession of and in a way by a house that is much than it appears to be The final revelation is a stunner one that will have you thinking long into the nightHighly recommended

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The Dwelling A Novel

Hip goes to Richie Bramley a drunken writer and lost soul But like the others he can't settle down in this house which has a mind and a heart of its ownFor Glenn however the house is a dream always warm and welcoming The oors gleam and sun pours in through the windows Owners come and Belisle makes sure owners go It's waiting patiently for its beloved to realize how much it loves her It's waiting for Glenn the very special person who cannally turn this house into a homeThe Dwelling is clever scary and ultimately moving It's a novel for everyone who ever spent time looking for just the right house.. I should give this a 5 star but it kept me up at night

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The house had history Perhaps too much history Belisle Street is a homeowner's dream A nice neighborhood close to schools new hardwood The Dwelling MOBI #224 oors uniue original detail So why then wonders real estate agent Glenn Darnley won't this charming property stay off the market Perhaps the clawed feet of the antiue bathtub look a little too threatening Or maybe it's the faint hospital like smell of the room off the top of the stairs It's possible that the haunting music that pours out from under the steps keeps the residents awake at nightIn the three parts of Susie Moloney's hair raising. Much like real estate marketing techniues the sales techniue for this book reuires some translations In real estate cozy means small Here an array of well drawn charactersa phrase from an endorsement on the back of the book means occasionally plodding development of action Also a refreshingly original take on the traditional ghost story means takes a while for it to get goingAll this sounds far negative than is strictly warranted The book is indeed well written a fine interweaving of four separate ghost stories which were each on its own would probably not be sufficient to support a single novel This is not a book for readers looking for a sharp swiftly paced jump out at you horror novel It s a languid atmospheric tale on the line of the Anne Rivers Siddons novel The House Next Door itself a fine novel yet one that seems about its sleepy Deep South feeling than about the horror that ultimately it brings forthLet it not be said however that I m not a least a little generous I m passing the book on to my sister who is a real estate agent like the lead character of this book That might be a little mean of me but what are little brothers for


10 thoughts on “The Dwelling A Novel

  1. says:

    Much like real estate marketing techniues the sales techniue for this book reuires some translations In real estate cozy means small Here an arr

  2. says:

    The size of this book the most deceptively dense mmp ever and the unknown author has left this one on my tbr shelves forever This afternoon I started it and read straight through finishing just now Yes it was that intense tought to put down kind of a story Moloney with this book has absolutely mastered the uiet horror genre the very essence of insiduous She terrifies without resorting to gore or any other traditional g

  3. says:

    One of my favorite books is Comes the Blind Fury by John Saul His ghost stories are filed with beautiful old houses by the sea and characters who while they seem uite normal to their neighbors often have secrets upon secrets and hidden agendas John Saul's books kept me awake many nights yet I can't stop myself Much like revisiting old friends I re read his books on a regular basisThis is what Susie Moloney has brought

  4. says:

    A brilliant novel of uiet horror that disturbs on so many levels weaving the fragile home lives of ordinary people damaged t

  5. says:

    I have lived in a house with sighing pipes that sounded like a child crying corners that weren't suare so one always felt a little off kilter and doors that didn't uite fit their frames so they opened and slammed shut without human intervention There was no blood or gore just moments of terror before you remembered why This is how Susie Moloney's book proceeds with uiet whispering horror scratching at the door and voic

  6. says:

    Picked up randomly at the library because I was looking for a classic ghost haunting story to freak myself out with I was pleasantly surprised by this story Perhaps because all I was looking for was a basic horror the characters and overall story in this was thoroughly enjoyableThe story is separated into three hauntings

  7. says:

    I really like that fact that we get to see the different inhabitants of this house and their own individual issues

  8. says:

    I'm giving this book so many stars because 9 years after reading it I still remember it and remember that it was perfectly frightening

  9. says:

    I should give this a 5 star but it kept me up at night ;

  10. says:

    I didn’t like any of the main characters and the rhythm of the book was odd It didn’t stay consistently creepy and I couldn’t buy into the oddness Glenn’s illness was unexplained and the last few pages that talked