Extreme horror and gore from the twisted mind of Jubilee Savage.
When a single mother and her two daughters mysteriously come into possession of a haunted antique doll, they could never imagine how their lives will deteriorate into a terrifying maelstrom of extreme horror, blood, and gore.
With the help of an unhappily married police officer, an old toy once owned by one of the most notorious women in history, a tattooed college student, and a handmade Ouija board, grieving military widow April Madison and her children unleash a series of events that gives new meaning to the word extreme.
Horror fans will love every tense, frightening, creepy moment of this debut novel by author Jubilee Savage.
©2015 Jubilee Savage (P)2015 Jubilee Savage
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"creepy and a mink fk"
SPOILER this book had me believing in supernatural poltergeist amongsth other things. truly I think the story had a sad underlying truth about post traumatic stress disorder and how far ones mind can escape into an alternate reality that feels so real. sadly people do suffer from PTSD without even realizing it.
Very good psychological horror! Would recommend to anyone looking for a good spooky three hours. AWESOME twist at the end, the novel had shivers running down my spine!
"don't waste your money. "
if it was a red box movie, I still wouldn't recommend it. the narration is lacking the characters are not interesting and the horror sounds like last min.
"A Great Horror Story for an Entertaining Afternoon"
I really enjoyed listening to this story. It had a great summertime feel to a very creepy story of possession. I liked the characters of the single Mom and two daughters very much, they seemed very real and had me rooting for them all the way to the end. All in all, a very enthralling tale with great narration that made it a pleasure to listen to. I noticed that this is to be a trilogy and after the twist that caught me completely off guard at the end, I can't wait for the next installment .
"Shallow, not well written, and a complete rip-off"
This is a complete, light weight, shallow and not well written rip-off of the recent movie "Annabelle." Definitely NOT EXTREME HORROR; just stupid.
The shallowness and lack of originality of the story.
Perhaps a female voice to better reflect the mother's perspective. This is not always an issue, but I found it disorienting when the male voice began, as I thought he was a father character. Narrator didn't have much to work with, but not a great narrator in general.
Pissed off I spent $10 on this waste of time ripped-off story.
Don't waste your time, money or a credit. Especially not a credit ;-)
"Disgusting bunch of gratuitous gore"
This is something you'd expect from a sophomore's first attempt at horror: weak character development, unrewarding and empty plot, and nothing but people getting chopped up throughout. The real horror here is that it and the other Dolly books were published at all.
"Great first effort."
The author did a good job with her debut novel. Yes, there were a few repetitive sentences, however the overall story was good and kept me wondering what would come next. The ending was a surprise I was not expecting and a few scenes had me shivering.
Yes. A good first novel and I believe this author will have more up her sleeve in the future.
Eric Shelman is an amazing narrator! He was able to wondefully create the emotions and different characters and completely bring them to life.
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