Friday, January 25, 2013

**New Review**

Ghost Diaries, Case #1
Sarah Beth Hawkins
Willow Cross
  While rifling through her deceased father’s belongings, a young woman named Taija Ford discovered a maze of files filled with journal entries and old letters that mention various claims of hauntings and alleged demonic possession. The oldest dating back to 1881. This particular file asserts a girl named Sarah Beth Hawkins was attacked by an unseen entity.

In an attempt to piece together her father’s previously secret life, Taija opened her own investigation into these Ghost Diaries. This is Case #1-Sarah Beth Hawkins.

The Ghost Diaries is an episodic series of short stories.
~My Review~
Taija Ford goes through her fathers belongings after his death.  She finds journals and letters from back in the 1800's.
This story is about Sarah Beth Hawkins.  While Sarah and her dad are in town they encounter a strange man.  This man pushes her father to trade a small, silver box for some food.   Her father gives in and the silver box now belongs to Sarah.
Once they arrive home, Sarah puts the box by her bed.  Soon after she starts to experience headaches and strange dreams.  Some kind of entity is taking Sarah over.  Her mother can feel the evil in her house and it is beyond frightening what it does to Sarah.
These journal entries tell us what Sarah went through and how her mother and father watched it happen on a daily basis.
This book is a great adult, paranormal read.
I had never read a Willow Cross book before.  I was pleasantly surprised, especially with it being such a short read.   
This is the first case.  Willow will bring more cases to these short stories.  So read on book lovers.
I give this book 4 NarlyNut Stars  

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