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The Brown House by Christy Sloat
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Oct 07, 2012

it was amazing
Read in June, 2012

Love, pain, comedy, drama, life, and death. The Brown House captures it all. Brylee, Lyn, Kayla, and Ephraim all become close friends that you care for, laugh with, want to cry and want to help succeed. This story takes you on a journey that you don't expect, but deeply enjoy. Twists make the book an engaging read, the characters are well developed, and don't get me started on the creepy occurrences in the Brown House. I'm kind of glad I'm not in Jersey, but for some odd reason I suddenly want to visit just to set foot in the Brown House (or maybe just on the porch).

Seriously though, I actually felt the chills Brylee did while reading, and if I wasn't aware that I was reading, I would think I was dealing with all she dealt with. This book is one I easily lost myself in, and even though I'm not a huge fan of ghosts, I really did enjoy this book. Christy hit the nail on the head with another great story, full of characters I'd love to meet...well some of them more than others :P

Would I recommend this book to others? Heck yeah! It was an awesome book, cover to cover. I was disappointed when I read the last page; it sucks when you reach the end of a great story. But, you know what they say: It's not about the destination, but rather the journey...or something along those lines. Anyway, get this book in Kindle form, in print, shoot, try and buy the original manuscript if you must. It's a story you can't pass up!
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Christy Sloat Holy cow! A humble and heartfelt 'thank you'.


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