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Haunting in New Hampshire (American Chillers #24)
Hannah Bayford and her family just moved into their new home in Concord, New Hampshire. A big, beautiful old home... the kind of home many families dream of. But this dream is turning out to be a nightmare.
Paperback, 208 pages
Published May 1st 2008 by AudioCraft Publishing
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For April I read American Chillers Haunting in New Hampshire by Johnathan Rand. I personally enjoyed this book. I usually don't enjoy reading scary books, i'd rather see a movie, but this book was really creepy and interesting. The main character is Hannah, the main setting is her new house and the main conflict is her finding out what is going on with her new house. She sees a strange white thing out in her backyard in the middle of the night and the doors open and close by themselves and she's ...more
The book Haunting In New Hampshire by Johnathan Rand was a great book.I liked the book because it gave very good tesion risng moments that made you want to keep reading the book.The setting in this book took place at this house in New Hampshire where Hannah and her brother Clay moved into this ghostly house that they had know idea that it was gohstly.As soon as they moved in Hannah started experiencing strange things...ghostly things that seemed to be unoticeable to other family members.Hannah ...more
I really liked this book because the author has you on the edge of your seat. Johnathan Rand acts like he is about to tell you what happens then he adds a twist like "we would find out later tonight" and it gets confusing. He never gave anything away too. Also, he is really good at making you think and adds a lot of twists. But I rated it four stars because I really liked the mystery of this book but he kept saying things over and over about how they would find out later. I would recommend this ...more
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