House of Darkness House of Light: The True Story Volume Two: 2

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House of Darkness House of Light: The True Story Volume Two: 2

House of Darkness House of Light: The True Story Volume Two: 2

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The chapter headings were weird, the writing style was off putting and there were quotes and poems all over the place that I GUESS were supposed to link up with the story but just felt added on in random.

Another part that I so disliked was in various parts of the book the author would type in "Boo" who goes there or Boo, who's knocking on the door now, or Boo, who just picked up the phone. If it was cut back to a few chapters on topic and developed a story line with progression it would have been much better. I think it's clear that Bathsheba was an angry ghost (who may have tapped into some negative energy, Satanic or not). Summary: The Perron family purchased the Arnold Estate, located just beyond the village of Harrisville, Rhode Island, in 1970. How could the woman of such an advanced age climb a rickety ladder to the hayloft of the barn then reach over to a beam from which to suspend the rope?A use of Strunk and White and an editor to help with structure, time lines and efficient use of language could make this a five star read. Another (or the same) held the end of a board up during a storm when one of the kids had to mend a fence. The author, Andrea Perron, describes their experiences, as they try to understand what is happening and learn more about the past owners of the house. Part memoir, part documentation, part hagiography, part philosophical exploration, it is difficult to follow. I. Volume One draws the reader into the family dynamic, there to dwell with them as they discover the multiple spirits who are sharing space and time with seven mere mortals stunned by the sight.

It took some time for the seven mortals involved, decades to realize, ultimately, they were glad to meet them. The first weird thing about the book was that it was written by one of the girls in the family, but she tells the story in third person. made me wonder does this author really think all the readers who took the time to read this story were THAT dumb that we lacked the knowledge to understand when a point was being made in a sentence.Kids often test limits, just how much can they push the limit of what's allowed before someone stops them. In 1970, Roger and Carolyn Perron purchased what seemed to be the home of their dreams: the Arnold Estate, located just beyond the village of Harrisville, Rhode Island.

As others have said, she really, really needed a good editor to go through this, but if you can overlook all those bits, the underlying story is really good.She is far too biased and cannot, for the life of her, step outside herself for a moment to present the proper picture. If people having interacted with spirits for as long as we have written history doesn't count as evidence, I think the scoffers are not being honest with themselves. Often when there was a scary incident and they screamed and banged things for attention, no one else in the house could hear it. She saw fireballs on her dresser, and a vision of what seems to have been all the ghosts in the house gathered around her with torches chanting that threat above.

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