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A paranormal conference at the most haunted hotel in the Southern Appalachian mountains . .a man’s promise to his late wife that he’d summon her spirit . I kept reading in hope, but it does NOT get better, and the ending makes no sense.2.5I am not sure what to think of this book. Yes, in the same way a haunted place horror film is entertaining. It takes its sweet time, working on individual people one by one. That God doesn't want to dirty his hands and that demons are doing it for him is a statement scattered all throughout the book. That's why I chose to read those parts as a satire. I rarely write reviews for or rate books I didn't care for, but since it contained so many misogynistic and irksome comments, and the characters were SO stupid, I thought I would put this out as a warning for anyone thinking about picking up the book. You see, I don't like preachy books no matter the side (a believer or an atheist, both can be rabid) and I am choosing to read those parts as a religious satire.
demonic evil lurking in the remote hotel’s basement, just waiting to be awoken. The character in question simply didn't get enough space to annoy me, I think. The blurb gives a bit too much: 'And when people start to disappear, Digger and his daughter Kendra must face the circle of demons that view the hotel as their personal playground.
I certainly won't be journeying into any basements any time soon.
This is definitely a "lights on all night" kind of book and one that will keep you up late reading.
Don't get me wrong, there was a fair share of action, but the story unfolded little by little, which increased my sense of dread and anticipation.
I felt that the characters were one of the main strengths of this book.