Nick Cato's Reviews > The Haunting of Sam Cabot
The Haunting of Sam Cabot
Nick Cato's review
Oct 07, 2009
Hall's haunted house novella is packed with so many genre cliches it's difficult to take it seriously. There's a couple of scenes that get the blood pumping (especially when the history of the house is explained to new home-owner Sam Cabot by a man working on his roof) but you've read this a zillion times. Hall's writing is fast-paced and sharp . . . but here is used for nothing new.
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