Fountain dead by Theresa Braun (Book Review #678)

Fountain dead is a young adult occult horror story about Mark. He is forced to move with his family to a place called Nowhere-Ville. The new place, however, does not seem normal. Mark begins to feel as if the objects and walls are alive. The more he tries to understand what is going on, the deeper he gets involved into this haunted house.

As Mark gets emotionally involved with someone else, he also notices that there is a safe in the house that refuses to keep the past in the past. As this haunted house story takes on another level of storytelling, the author combines it all to end it with some parts being unresolved.

 

I found the characters in the story to be so strong that it managed to pull the story together. Had the author spent any time away from focusing on this matter, I believe the work would have been a big flop.

 

The literature had a suspicious tone to it, and that added to the haunted story. I believe the author attempted well in keeping the reader’s mind intrigued and enjoyed reading this story.

 

I recommend it to people who like to read ghost stories and like stories that play with time.

 

Written by Jeyran Main

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