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Ll town her parents moved her to has much to offer her in terms of excitement She plans on laying low but when she’s suddenly welcomed into the popular crowd at school things don’t go as expected Hendricks learns from her new friends that the fixer upper her parents are so excited about is notorious in town Local legend says it’s hau. Disclaimer This book was sent to me by the publisher Razorbill Penguin Random House via Goodreads Giveaway for an honest review Opinion Grab your salt and sage kidsThere s a haunting in our midst After a traumatic experience involving her ex boyfriend Hendricks and her family have just moved from Philadelphia to a small town in New York in the hopes of starting fresh But with a new school and new friends comes uestions about her past and Hendricks isn t uite ready to share what happened in Philly As she tries to fit into the small town atmosphere Hendricks learns the history of the house her parents purchased to fix up and flip Steel House is haunted a little girl was murdered there a few years ago and rumors say that it was the brother that did it But when Hendricks starts to hear male voices in the house and things start moving on their own she wonders if the rumors are true That Steel house is haunted and that it wants revenge You ll know Danielle Vega from her hugely popular series called The MercilessIf you don twell What are you even doingIf you have read the series or even if you haven t I guess you know that she LOVES to freak her readers the f out with demented scenes brought to life by truly evil yet charismatic characters So naturally when I saw THIS little gem I knew I had to have it I like the next darkness seducer and lover of loners and creepers have an affinity for spiking my anxiety levels to ghastly rates so I can never feel safe again But can I say The Haunted was on the same level of creepiness and horror The Merciless is on Did it make my skin crawl Make my stomach twist into knots Did I feel as if I could never close my eyes again for fear that I d be transported into Steel House and forever haunted by sadistic ghosts and a cat that goes mew Mew MEW NoBut it was good If there s one way to get me hooked into a book it s to introduce a protagonist with a trauma that is kept hidden until halfway into the book What happened with her ex boyfriend Did he dump her Did he Carrie fy her with a bucket of blood at prom Did he ASSAULT her Well I m obviously not giving those precious little details up But that is definitely what spiked my curiosity and got me hooked The book as a whole however is a little lacking Don t get me wrong It was enjoyable an easyuick read and definitely had the spooky vibes I was looking for But there s nothing that really sets it apart from EVERY OTHER haunted house tale It felt a bit rushed especially near the end and I wish the author would have made the book longer so the suspense and horror could REALLY build up Though the ending was rushed I am left feeling pleasantly annoyed with the author Danielle Vega really likes to build me up and then set my heart on fire At first I thought oh just a little gasoline on my aching heart No problem it ll be doused later But then I got to the end where instead of putting out the fire on my heart SHE ADDED MORE GASOLINE Le SighThe characters are well developed the plot and history surrounding the house was molded well and the book doesn t get boring at all BUT By the end I am left feeling like some things weren t cleared up as much as I would have liked I wanted insight into the aftermath What happened with Hendricks s friends outside What happened with popular smiley guy What did her parents say Due to these little things not being addressed I can see why other readers are miffed about the ending Instead of the book gradually wrapping up it just smacked us across the face with an ending and said bye That said the book is good I d recommend it I d probably even read it again It s definitely for the reader that doesn t read a lot of horror because it is only MILDLY SCARY If you want to dip your toes into the scary stories world definitely start with this You can t go wrong The Poems The Collected Works of W B Yeats offer her in terms Sylvia Pankhurst of excitement She plans Attack of Apollyon: Revenge of the Locusts on laying low but when she’s suddenly welcomed into the popular crowd at school things don’t go as expected Hendricks learns from her new friends that the fixer upper her parents are so excited about is notorious in town Local legend says it’s hau. 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The Haunted

Nted Hendricks doesn’t believe it Until she’s forced to Blood curdling screams erupt from the basement her little brother wakes up covered in scratches and something or someone pushes her dad down the stairs With help from the mysterious boy next door Hendricks makes it her mission to take down the ghosts if they don’t take her first. Disclaimer I received this ARC courtesy of a giveaway from Bookish First I am grateful for the opportunity to review an ARC for my readers but this will not influence my final rating All opinions expressed in this review are my own and based solely on the book Well um I wanted a ghostie book And I did get a ghostie book It just wasn t the ghostie book that I wanted It s not the ghostie book we all deserved It was just um yeah It wasn t a good one I think the biggest issue with this book was the fact that it pointed out multiple times that people were cliches You are now sitting there going Um what s the problem Mandy Sounds like this book is self aware Isn t that a jam to be hadAnd the answer is YES It is Except well it decided to do nothing with the self awareness Everyone literally fit into little pigeonholes with no depth or anything to move on the fact that they were indeed a cliche For example the brooding misunderstood bad boy from the wrong side of the small town that only peeks out of his misunderstood black outfit for the new girl He has a tragic story snarky and moody personality and he of course has all the answers Everything about him SCREAMS clicheThen add in the literal golden boy the cool artsy friend that sticks out from the mean group the classic frenemy popular girl and Hendricks who tried really really hard to be something else besides a Mary Sue but failed and that s our main cast I just kept hoping that we would subvert the tropes and cliches since the author was fully aware that they were there but we did NOT I knew instantly how each character was going to reactactetc because they were the cliches to the teeAs I mentioned in the above character I feel like the author did try to make Hendricks than a Mary Sue but things really did bog it down Hendricks has a secret that she is keeping from everyone else and it s the main reason why her family moved to this small town in the middle of the year and so uickly She has an ex boyfriend that abused her and as the story progresses we find out about her struggle to find out who she is When she was dating her ex she really was only defined her boyfriend and I really wanted to see who she would become now that she could be herselfHowever the book s answer was to completely forget about this plotline and focus only on a the ghosts and b her love interestsnew friend struggles I was waiting to see who Hendricks would become but honestly I can t tell you any distinct characteristics about her or what she likes Vega did some great things with it and she did show what the aftermath of abuse does to you but the follow through never came through The plot was very intriguing at first I was super pulled in with the first few chapters It was chilling and as I said I was intrigued by Hendricks I thought we had a lot of promise with the creepy ghost the spooky atmosphere and the promise of Hendricks s personal growth story And it worked for a few chapters but then it struggled The struggle in plot came from the fact that it would be either really slow going or taking leaps that were super large At some points it felt too much like a contemporary and then other parts we jumped a lot in logic Characters would be nothing at first and then all of a sudden they were friendsin love We had the ghost situation figured out and then oh OOPs no we don t and BIG things are happening All within a chapter or so Speaking of romances I also felt no investments in any of them In the beginning of the story Hendricks continuously turns down the first love interest because she wants to find out who she is first before jumping into a new relationship So I was ALL for that However she continues to get pushed into situations with him that put them into a romantic situation But since he wasn t the brooding bad boy and this book was so cliche I couldn t get invested in it since I knew he wasn t going to be the choice It s them moody boys that gets them girls Take notes y all And then the romance with love interest number two I felt like there was nothing for the longest time and then all of a sudden there was a TON of feels and even the love word dropped and LIKE Y ALL WE DON T EVEN KNOW HIS NAME FOR LIKE 100 PAGES It was way too fast and like love interest number one and the boyfriend of the past were still things so how was I supposed to be invested in this dude The writing was okay and there was a pretty spooky atmosphere I will admit that I did have to scoot really uickly down a darkened hallway because there were some scary feels I was intrigued by Hendricks s character growth when it was mentioned There is a heavy amount of gore that I wasn t feeling and didn t think it was necessary but skimming was fine Therefore it was sitting at 2 crowns for a really long time until we got to the end The ending was a HOT mess The big reveal came kind of nowhere Everything seemed to be solved and I think the author wanted to everyone to go GASP PLOT TWIST But it felt really forced and I was confused by the sudden lurch of things And then it didn t fully make sense since Hendricks INSTANTLY knew things that I don t think I fully had all the pieces to put together There was one part that was decently obvious but other than that it felt forced that Hendricks knew And then the entire ending seuence felt so forced and just like we needed a tragic ending Idk it just didn t make sense overall and everything just felt messy unfinished and unbelievable It didn t sit well with me at all and honestly put a pit in the bottom of my stomach It instantly dropped down to a 1 crown for me instantly Well this was far longer than I thought this review would be I m just going to stop now before it gets even longer Overall the book had a lot of promise but it ended up being a hot mess with so many cliches gore and rating 1 crown Snow White ratingrepresentation Latinx side characterlove interest Asian side character lesbian side character domesticemotional abuse survivor content warnings gore heavy amount violence against animals violence death murder domesticemotional abuse in flashbacks attempted rape very brief setup of this not much discussed but still there

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From Danielle Vega YA’s answer to Stephen King comes a new paranormal novel about dark family secrets deep seated vengeance and the horrifying truth that evil often lurks in the unlikeliest of placesHendricks Becker O’Malley is new in town and she’s bringing baggage with her With a dark and wild past Hendricks doesn’t think the sma. I m afraid I really don t know what to say because for me this story was pretty forgettable The author introduces the main character as someone who once waged a war against cliches which is kind of strange since the entire book was one giant cliche I didn t mind the author s writing style but I didn t care for the story itself especially the ending Also there was a violent event involving a toddler I assume the author was merely trying to shock and scare the reader but it doesn t scare me it just sickens me


10 thoughts on “The Haunted

  1. says:

    I'm afraid I really don't know what to say because for me this story was pretty forgettable The author introduces the main character as someone who once waged a war against cliches which is kind of strange since the entire book was one giant cliche I didn't mind the author's writing style but I didn't care for the story itself especially the ending Also there was a violent event involving a toddler I assume the author was merely trying to

  2. says:

    YA's answer to Stephen King That's a fairly lofty statement but I'll bitePlus my 80s loving heart feels the vibe of this coverLet's do this

  3. says:

    Why are you doing this? What do you want?We already told you We want one A haunted houseA haunted pastWhich one is dangerous?Logically it's a 4 but my heart gives it a 5 And honestly after a little distance from it it's 4 My heart still unashamedly loves it but logically it has to be a 4Anyway on to the part of my revie

  4. says:

    Disclaimer This book was sent to me by the publisher Razorbill – Penguin Random House via Goodreads Giveaway for

  5. says:

    Really good story totally better than some of the last in The Merciless series RTC On to the next in the pile Edit

  6. says:

    She looked away from the tub for a fraction of a second and when she looked back there was a boy standing in the

  7. says:

    Final buddy read of the year sis Well technically maybe not Maybe 2018 will be a doll and stretch itself out a wee bit so we can suee

  8. says:

    Disclaimer I received this ARC courtesy of a giveaway from Bookish First I am grateful for the opportunity to review an ARC for my readers but t

  9. says:

    Just a short sneak peak but we learn a lot the story off and runningThis is what I know so far A family of four relocate from Philadelphia to a small town population 12482 of Drearford New York one and a half hours north of Manhattan and four hours from Philadelphia and its a dreary 22 degrees a nasty kind of cold worse than that

  10. says:

    I had hoped to like this book than I ended up liking it One of the reasons for this was that it is classified as a horror story but it felt like a contemporary with spooky vibes One of my biggest problems with the story was that the main char

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