May 06, 12
Read from April 19 to May 06, 2012
"The Woman in Black" reads like a nineteenth-century ghost story. There is no gore, just a lot of good old-fashioned suspense. The narrator tells a reminiscence of his time at the Drablow estate trying to settle her affairs. A number of strange events start to happen in the large house, and a mysterious woman is seen in a number of different locations in the town.
I loved the tone of the book and the twist at the end. I also liked the recurring hauntings the narrator experiences throughout the book. The few encounters he has happen a few times, adding to the suspense as the story drws to its frightening conclusion.