Today it’s my turn on the blog tour for Blind House. My review is written with thanks to Zoe O’Farrell for inviting me on the blog tour and to the team at SpellBound Books for my copy of the book.
Fame is about to get deadly in this terrifying, fresh take on a haunted house thriller.
Set in an idyllic Cotswolds village, rookie paranormal investigator, Megan Forrest, is roped into investigating the strange goings-on at the home of Hollywood actor, Ross Huston.
Ross and his wife Deborah are convinced that their Victorian mansion is being haunted by the mentally ill patients who resided there in the late nineteenth century.
Patients who were brutally treated and murdered at the hands of a cruel doctor.
As Megan investigates ghosts from the past, two women from the present go missing- women who were last seen at the Huston’s property. Who was the doctor and how is everything connected?
When Megan finds herself swept up in a dangerous game, she can’t escape.
Who was the Doctor?
One thing she knows for sure, is that there is something watching her…
Blind House begins with a horrifying scene in 1878 and from that moment on, I was intrigued by this story. I really enjoyed the historical elements and I wanted to know how they related to the events of the present day.
Jamie-Lee Brooke is a brilliant storyteller. You can really tell that she has a passion for horror, and throughout the whole of Blind House, I had shivers running down my spine. The house is almost a character in itself and I loved the way it was described in such fine detail. I felt as though I was there with Megan.
Blind House is not just a horror story – it has so many different layers, and nothing illustrates this more than the character of Megan. She has been through some difficult times and I really sympathised with her. It was interesting to find out more about her background alongside the scarier parts of the novel.
For obvious reasons, I’m not going to say too much about the ending, but it’s terrifying!
I can’t wait to see what this author does next!
Blind House is available from Amazon.
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Thank you so much for taking part in the tour and for sharing this fab review x