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When 29-year-old Scarlett Vantassel comes to the conclusion that her life doesn’t resemble any of the things she actually wanted for herself, she drops out of school and moves back home, attempting to reconnect with the people she left behind. But a shadow falls over her return one early October morning when a sinister house miraculously appears in the center of the city, sparking a media frenzy that attracts attention nationwide.

Soon after the newspapers label it, "The House that Fell from the Sky", Scarlett’s childhood friend Hannah becomes obsessed with the idea that the house holds the key to discovering whether there really is life after death. Undeterred by her friends' numerous warnings, Hannah becomes increasingly consumed with the desire to enter the house, convinced it would allow her to reconnect with her recently deceased mother.

Despite a series of escalating events suggesting that the house may be more dangerous than anyone ever thought possible, a privately owned company seizes control of the property and hosts a lottery to lure the city’s residents, promising the winners a large cash reward if they dare to enter the house.

To Scarlett’s horror, Hannah uses her vast wealth to secure a spot among the winners to gain access to the house. Now, it’s up to Scarlett, her older brother Tommy, and her friend Jackson to face their fears and journey into a place where nothing is ever quite as it seems and decide if they can help a friend in need or if Hannah truly is lost.

©2020 Patrick Delaney (P)2020 Patrick Delaney

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  • 03-03-2021

This might be good but it's hard to tell...

This might be good. I couldn't really tell because the narrator was absolutely atrocious. She didn't so much narrate as much as she committed a hate crime against audiobooks. I found myself tuning her out and missing parts of the narrative and having to rewind. This narrator is bad .

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  • Josh
  • 07-01-2021

Once you start listening, it's hard to stop

Amazing story! Laid down & couldn't stop listening to it. One of the best horror novels I've read in a long time. Highly recommend A+

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  • David Palmer
  • 08-11-2020

I hate books written in the third person!

To be fair, my review might be a little bias. I absolutely hate books written in the third person, and they are so much worse as audiobooks! So far this book feels like I am having a depressed teenager read me closed caption! So disappointing! It sounded good from the summary, but I'm not sure I can get past the point of view it's written in to enjoy the story!

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