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Of course they thought he was crazy But Seymour Willis insisted his house was breathing and that he heard someone's or something's heartbeat pounding within the walls So the. John Hyatt works for the Dept of Sanitation in San Francisco One day an older gentleman comes in with an unusual complaint his house is breathing Breathing Inhale Exhale Hyatt wants to write the guy off as a kook but there s something about his demeanor that tugs at his heart making him feel sorry for him So he decides to stop by his house after work to check out this mysterious breathing sound with his engineer friend in tow At first nothing happens Then there s the sound and yes it does sound like breathing John doesn t believe in any of this hocus pocus and is convinced that the sound is a practical joke When he attempts to confront the responsible party for the breathing sound a blast of energy hits the room like a bomb What happens next is the beginning of mysterious events that lead John to seek the help of an old Indian medicine man that might know a thing or two about what the heck is going onCharnel House is a fun read that actually ages well It was originally written in 1978 Yes there a few times during the course of reading the book that you kind of roll your eyes and chuckle doctors smoking and drinking in their hospital office a couple borderline sexist remarks by the male characters attempting to call someone in the days of no cell phones or voice mail etc But those are very minor and Charnel House has a nice creepy atmosphere with extremely good visuals and character development The final scenes are a tad bland and slightly formulaic but remember that this was the late 1970s A very solid read and worth picking up4 evil coyotes out of 5 This ARC was provided my NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewYou can also read my other reviews and author interviews at Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic room like a bomb What happens next is the beginning of mysterious events that lead John to seek the help of an old Indian medicine man that might know a thing or two about what the heck is going onCharnel House is a fun Earthfall (Homecoming, read that actually ages well It was originally written in 1978 Yes there a few times during the course of A Daddy for Christmas reading the book that you kind of Banned in Britain roll your eyes and chuckle doctors smoking and drinking in their hospital office a couple borderline sexist Hour of the Beast remarks by the male characters attempting to call someone in the days of no cell phones or voice mail etc But those are very minor and Charnel House has a nice creepy atmosphere with extremely good visuals and character development The final scenes are a tad bland and slightly formulaic but Dictionary Of Dreams remember that this was the late 1970s A very solid The Love of a Latino read and worth picking up4 evil coyotes out of 5 This ARC was provided my NetGalley in exchange for an honest Other Days, Other Eyes reviewYou can also Deception Island read my other The Family reviews and author interviews at

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Then it was too late to stop the fiendish force from wreaking vengeance upon those denying its very existence One by one they must die in exchange for its eternally evil soul. So frustrating I am a massive fan of Graham Masterton and many of his books but this one just did not float my boat and I sadly admit that I had to give up on it at the 60% mark as it was just not holding my interestI found the writing style very different from anything I have read from this great horror author before possibly as it s an earlier book that is being re released all authors grow in expertise I believe over time I did not find the plot very interesting or terribly scary and that was the whole point of it being a horror story featuring a terrifying case of demon possession It s the ONLY book from him I have not absolutely loved and it won t put me off reading I would say to readers to check this one out for themselves many may indeed enjoy this one very much I fluctuated between 2 and 3 stars but pushed it up to 3 as it s not an absolutely terrible book or anything Just fell very flat for me Many thanks to the publisher for an advance copy of this book to read and reviewThanks for reading my review For of my book reviews plenty of awesome books to win author interviews and features come over to join me for book fun at follow me on Twitter enuire about joining my reviewers team to enuire about my book publicity services Hour of the Beast read from this great horror author before possibly as it s an earlier book that is being Dictionary Of Dreams re The Love of a Latino released all authors grow in expertise I believe over time I did not find the plot very interesting or terribly scary and that was the whole point of it being a horror story featuring a terrifying case of demon possession It s the ONLY book from him I have not absolutely loved and it won t put me off Other Days, Other Eyes reading I would say to Deception Island readers to check this one out for themselves many may indeed enjoy this one very much I fluctuated between 2 and 3 stars but pushed it up to 3 as it s not an absolutely terrible book or anything Just fell very flat for me Many thanks to the publisher for an advance copy of this book to The Family read and The First Partition of Poland reviewThanks for The Hero of Varay reading my Palestrina and Other Plays review For of my book Blackmailed By Daddy reviews plenty of awesome books to win author interviews and features come over to join me for book fun at follow me on Twitter enuire about joining my उरलं सुरलं [Urla Surla] reviewers team to enuire about my book publicity services

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Disbelievers investigated doubting the existence of ghosts or demons until their reason was shattered by the shrieking unseen creature who threatened to claim their lives By. 3 stars I liked the book and had a fun time reading itIt s so wonderful that e rights have brought back so many books that might otherwise slip into obscurity This is a classic 70s horror novel with all that implies yes there are 70s attitudes towards women and minorities here It s also cheesy campy bloody enthusiastic and a lot of fun I don t want to say a lot about the plot but this story holds together well and provides plenty of chills And gore And though red Indian the book s words not mine stereotypes abound here I thought overall the native mythology was treated with respect and the native characters were as layered as the white charactersI received this review copy from the publisher on NetGalley Thanks for the opportunity to read and review I appreciate it


10 thoughts on “Charnel House

  1. says:

    John works at the sanitation department and gets a different kind of visit one day Seymour Willis swears that his house is breathing John figures that there is rat party going on or something along those lines He doesn't have much else to do that afternoon though so he and a buddy of his decide to go and check out the house to give the old ma

  2. says:

    You know some 5 star reviews are because the work of literature changed your life Some are because of the beauty and poignancy of the writing Some are because of a novel's originality of story or perspective And some are because they are just a plain old balls out BLAST to readUh ok ovaries out blast to read works too I guess GeezAn

  3. says:

    John Hyatt works for the Dept of Sanitation in San Francisco One day an older gentleman comes in with an unusual complaint his house is breathing Breathing Inhale Exhale Hyatt wants to write the guy off as a kook but there's something about his demeanor that tugs at his heart making him feel sorry for him So he decides to stop by his house after work to check out this mysterious breathing sound with his engineer friend

  4. says:

    3 stars I liked the book and had a fun time reading itIt's so wonderful that e rights have brought back so many books that might otherwise slip into obscurity This is a classic 70s horror novel with all that implies yes there are 70s attitudes towards women and minorities here It's also cheesy campy bloody enthusiastic and a lot of fun I don't want to say a lot about the plot but this story holds together well and provides plenty of chill

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    Charnel House was first published in 1978 Occasionally it shows but it doesn't take away anything from the storyIf you've ever seen a film about an evil being coming back to life and there's only a small group of people standing in its way then there's nothing here that will surprise you However with Charnel House you d

  6. says:

    CHARNEL HOUSE by Graham Masterton is what I consider to be vintage Masterton That is a story rich in folklore and the supernatural blended together in a modern day setting where the average person holds credence only in science and things tha

  7. says:

    When my buddy Kasia and I met in 2008 one of the first authors we discussed was Graham Masterton Kasia's from Poland and Masterton was one of the first horror authors published in Polish after the fall of the USSR I was familiar with his name but upon looking at his extensive bibliography I had no idea where to begin Kasia said Well you could try Walkers Walkers was really good Oh and Ritual Ritual was sick

  8. says:

    Good vintage Masteton I have a different edition This one is neater 2010Just revisited this oldie courtesy of Netgalley It definite

  9. says:

    So frustrating I am a massive fan of Graham Masterton and many of his books but this one just did not float my boat and I sadly admit that I had to give up on it at the 60% mark as it was just not holding my interestI found the writing style very different from anything I have read from this great horror author before possibly as it's an earlier book that is being re released all authors grow in expertise I believe over time I did not find

  10. says:

    'It's my house it's breathing'With a killer opening line of dialogue like that i was hooked All writers would li

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