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An Australian Ghost town. A resident demon and a local Shaman. A confrontation with evil awaits. Clarisse realizes that running from evil is not a bad idea until you figure out you can't hide. When some ghosts get tired of hanging around, they latch onto you. At the centre of the war on evil is a historic Church that carries dark secrets within its walls. After she meets wi An Australian Ghost town. A resident demon and a local Shaman. A confrontation with evil awaits. Clarisse realizes that running from evil is not a bad idea until you figure out you can't hide. When some ghosts get tired of hanging around, they latch onto you. At the centre of the war on evil is a historic Church that carries dark secrets within its walls. After she meets with the local Shaman, Clarisse discovers secrets with evil consequences by digging too deep into the town’s past. When matters become complicated, she visits a circus of young performers on the outskirts of town triggering unexpected paranormal events and unleashing memories of a one-hundred-year curse. After being caught in the crossfire of a battle for evil supremacy, Clarisse confronts Little Charlie as he rallies the town's ghosts into an impeccable evil stronghold. Can the local Shaman and townsfolk rally in her quest to defeat the evil incarnate or will the town succumb to Little Charlie and his evil crew? Haunting in Old Tailem is the third book of the Haunting Clarisse Series. If you like spine-tingling, chilling, creepy and spooky supernatural thrillers, then you will love this story by 2020 USA Readers' Favorite International Book Awards Finalist in Supernatural Fiction, Janice Tremayne. Pick up your copy today and follow Clarisse through her battles with evil! ★ This book can be read as a stand-alone


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An Australian Ghost town. A resident demon and a local Shaman. A confrontation with evil awaits. Clarisse realizes that running from evil is not a bad idea until you figure out you can't hide. When some ghosts get tired of hanging around, they latch onto you. At the centre of the war on evil is a historic Church that carries dark secrets within its walls. After she meets wi An Australian Ghost town. A resident demon and a local Shaman. A confrontation with evil awaits. Clarisse realizes that running from evil is not a bad idea until you figure out you can't hide. When some ghosts get tired of hanging around, they latch onto you. At the centre of the war on evil is a historic Church that carries dark secrets within its walls. After she meets with the local Shaman, Clarisse discovers secrets with evil consequences by digging too deep into the town’s past. When matters become complicated, she visits a circus of young performers on the outskirts of town triggering unexpected paranormal events and unleashing memories of a one-hundred-year curse. After being caught in the crossfire of a battle for evil supremacy, Clarisse confronts Little Charlie as he rallies the town's ghosts into an impeccable evil stronghold. Can the local Shaman and townsfolk rally in her quest to defeat the evil incarnate or will the town succumb to Little Charlie and his evil crew? Haunting in Old Tailem is the third book of the Haunting Clarisse Series. If you like spine-tingling, chilling, creepy and spooky supernatural thrillers, then you will love this story by 2020 USA Readers' Favorite International Book Awards Finalist in Supernatural Fiction, Janice Tremayne. Pick up your copy today and follow Clarisse through her battles with evil! ★ This book can be read as a stand-alone

30 review for Haunting in Old Tailem

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dimitrije Srebric

    This book was provided to me as an ARC by Millport press and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Minor spoilers ahead. And an honest review this is going to be. First the good bits. The story of this book is located somewhere in the rural bush in Australia, which in itself is a breath of fresh air, since there are not that many horror books and stories. The first and only story that came to my mind is Lovecrafts' "The Shadow Out of Time". Accompanied with the authors' knowledge of local sla This book was provided to me as an ARC by Millport press and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Minor spoilers ahead. And an honest review this is going to be. First the good bits. The story of this book is located somewhere in the rural bush in Australia, which in itself is a breath of fresh air, since there are not that many horror books and stories. The first and only story that came to my mind is Lovecrafts' "The Shadow Out of Time". Accompanied with the authors' knowledge of local slang and jargon, mixed with the said location, she created this story about a ghost town with a "Midwest US - middle of nowhere" kind of a vibe, which in itself wasn't that bad to begin with. Also, the author did show signs of solid eloquence, so in the beginning I expected this book to be okay, and these are probably the only reasons why this doesn't deserve 1 star. Now the bad and the ugly. When picking up this book, one of the things that made me choose to read it was the statement that this could be read as a standalone, since this is officially the third book in the series. This turned out to be not quite true, and I felt that a huge chunk of background on the main character, Clarisse, wasn't available to me, which made the story somewhat lacking, and the character bland. This wasn't the problem only with Clarisse, but all characters felt that way, without deeper and meaningful traits and interactions between each other. The antagonist, the "demon", the "evil incarnate", was stated multiple times to be evil, without any real explanation, clear motive, background or identity, existing just for the sake of the plot, and having some vague powers that weren't ever explained. There were also some statements and phrasing that were made by the characters that felt repetitive, alongside filler dialogue that felt unnecessary. Was this due to the copy being an ARC or not, I am not sure. The second most important character of the book, a local shaman, called Shamy by the locals, was in essence an Orthodox Christian monk/priest. While this isn't in itself an issue, and doesn't pose a problem for the story, me being Orthodox myself, felt like something stabbed my eyes when I saw that he told Clarisse that she was, and I quote: "shit-scared" and "pissed off". And that he was reading from an old book written in "old Byzantine" language, which is in reality probably medieval Greek. Since I do see a lot of room and potential for improvement, I would advise the author to try and work on making a story that would be deeper, and thought provoking, make all characters have more distinct identities and be better informed when creating characters.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Farshana ❤️rainnbooks❤️

    Many thanks to the author and the Story origin app for a chance to read and review this book. All opinions are expressed voluntarily. Haunting in Old Tailem by Janice Tremayne is book # 3 in Haunting Clarisse series which I believe can be read as a stand-alone with a little addition to the basic storyline and because a basic background is missing about the main characters Clarisse and Harry, the reader is left at a loss. The central plot is set in an Australian town that brings forth a novel conc Many thanks to the author and the Story origin app for a chance to read and review this book. All opinions are expressed voluntarily. Haunting in Old Tailem by Janice Tremayne is book # 3 in Haunting Clarisse series which I believe can be read as a stand-alone with a little addition to the basic storyline and because a basic background is missing about the main characters Clarisse and Harry, the reader is left at a loss. The central plot is set in an Australian town that brings forth a novel concept to the ghost story. Clarisse is accompanying Harry as he is tasked with setting up a communication network in the town of Old Tailem as it becomes a pioneering tourist village. The paranormal tour organized by Digger, a local favorite of the town is not something to be missed and as Clarisse visits the centuries old church as part of it, she discovers that the rumors of devil is very real. Clarisse then begins investigating the events of the past where children had gone missing with the help of the Shaman and along with Digger explores the threat of a demon attack on children. It is a race against time for Clarisse, Shaman, Digger and Harry before the final showdown occurs. The story moves at a fast pace and keeps the reader interested if not fully engaged. I loved the basic premise of the novel and the scary thrills. The ARC that I received had a few errors which hopefully would be corrected before publication. 3 ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ for the small-town horror novel that can defintely be more gripping. This review is published in my blog https://rainnbooks.com/; Amazon India, Goodreads, and Twitter.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sofe Gershman

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  4. 5 out of 5

    CaraDico

    *Thank you to Millport Press, Janice Tremayne and NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review* This book is #3 in a series but can be read as a standalone. I have not read the first two books and the only thing I felt was lacking was some background on Clarisse and Henry's relationship, background on who Clarisse is and how she learned her spiritual senses and how they ended up doing what they do. Ghost children are always creepy so any book that you read with a posse of children who a *Thank you to Millport Press, Janice Tremayne and NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review* This book is #3 in a series but can be read as a standalone. I have not read the first two books and the only thing I felt was lacking was some background on Clarisse and Henry's relationship, background on who Clarisse is and how she learned her spiritual senses and how they ended up doing what they do. Ghost children are always creepy so any book that you read with a posse of children who are in the hands of demons are going to be automatically creepy. In this mystery, Clarisse and Henry arrive in the ghost town of Old Tailem and meet a bevy of characters including an old shaman, an ageless circus witch, a demonized hotelier, a wily ghost tours operator and many little ghosts. The town has been taken over by demons and Clarisse is on a mission to stop them before opening day festivities. Clarisse reminds me a lot of Nancy Drew. There is an innocence about her but she recognizes her gifts and being very smart, she is quick to act and get things done. I will definitely be reading the next in the series to see how her character develops. I would be interested to see more of her personality, her relationship with Harry and her background in further books.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gerri

    I really enjoyed the book, even though I had not read the ones that were before this one. I did find repeated paragraphs 3 times. But the story was good, as well as the characters.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sandie

    This type of writing is not my style but I wanted to see what this story was all about. It was well worth reading. The story line was true and informative to the whole. It started with history and brought you into the present. Then grabbed you and pulled you deeper and deeper until you were ready to scream. I had to stay up late into the night to finish the book. I couldn't put it down and I haven't done that for a while now. Even though I didn't like her writing style at first, I will be lookin This type of writing is not my style but I wanted to see what this story was all about. It was well worth reading. The story line was true and informative to the whole. It started with history and brought you into the present. Then grabbed you and pulled you deeper and deeper until you were ready to scream. I had to stay up late into the night to finish the book. I couldn't put it down and I haven't done that for a while now. Even though I didn't like her writing style at first, I will be looking for more of her books now. I received this book free for an honest review. And thank you.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Tahnia Ross

    This is a wonderful supernatural book that I just loved. It was scary at times, getting my heart pumping in my chest. It was like I was there. I found out this was the 3rd book in the set and now I wish I had known so I could read books one and two in the series first. The story flowed from one gut-wrenching scene to another with some light hearted interaction in between. Highly recommended. I received a free copy of this book via StoryOrigin and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  8. 4 out of 5

    April B.

    Thank you NetGalley and Janice Tremayne for the opportunity to to read the eARC of Haunting in Old Tailem! This book is #3 in the Haunting Clarisse series. I did not read the first 2 books yet but I still enjoyed this story very much! This book was about the power of Demons and wanting to take over a small ghost town called Old Tailem. Clarisse meets Shamy and the two of them team up to figure out what the demons are up to and how to stop them from harming anymore children. I absolutely loved Di Thank you NetGalley and Janice Tremayne for the opportunity to to read the eARC of Haunting in Old Tailem! This book is #3 in the Haunting Clarisse series. I did not read the first 2 books yet but I still enjoyed this story very much! This book was about the power of Demons and wanting to take over a small ghost town called Old Tailem. Clarisse meets Shamy and the two of them team up to figure out what the demons are up to and how to stop them from harming anymore children. I absolutely loved Digger, he is a fun and instantly lovable character! I read this book quickly and will be reading books 1 and 2 very soon! I will post my review on Netgalley, Goodreads, Amazon and Barnes and Noble!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Billie

    This is a brilliant read. Wonderful well written plot and story line that had me engaged from the start. Love the well fleshed out characters and found them believable. Great suspense and found myself second guessing every thought I had continuously. Can't wait to read what the author brings out next. Recommend reading. I read a complimentary advance copy of the book; this is my voluntary and honest review. This is a brilliant read. Wonderful well written plot and story line that had me engaged from the start. Love the well fleshed out characters and found them believable. Great suspense and found myself second guessing every thought I had continuously. Can't wait to read what the author brings out next. Recommend reading. I read a complimentary advance copy of the book; this is my voluntary and honest review.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Aimee

    This book was super-creepy, what with the ghost children popping up throughout! Clarisse was braver than I would be in her shoes. I didn't feel like I had enough information about her since I didn't read the other books in this series, but it was still a good story. I did enjoy all of the details the author included to really immerse you in the story. Lots of suspenseful moments! Perfect book for Halloween. This book was super-creepy, what with the ghost children popping up throughout! Clarisse was braver than I would be in her shoes. I didn't feel like I had enough information about her since I didn't read the other books in this series, but it was still a good story. I did enjoy all of the details the author included to really immerse you in the story. Lots of suspenseful moments! Perfect book for Halloween.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Anthony Ranieri

    I read haunting in Hartley before obtaining a review copy of Haunting in Old Tailem from the author. All I can say is this author keeps getting better and better each time. A wonderful story with great twists and turns. Never really sure where the plot is heading and the author kept me guessing all the way. Great setting in a genuine Aussie ghost town.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Elouise

    Some of the spirits that had troubled Clarisse in the past reappear here. This time there is a pretty strong spirit after her to stop her from freeing those under his control. There are rules however, so the evil one cannot just up and put a spell on her or anything like that. Clarisse meets an older priest with experience with these evil spirits and together they work on trying to stop the evil one. This story is about Clarisse's growth as a fighter for good and against evil. it is also about t Some of the spirits that had troubled Clarisse in the past reappear here. This time there is a pretty strong spirit after her to stop her from freeing those under his control. There are rules however, so the evil one cannot just up and put a spell on her or anything like that. Clarisse meets an older priest with experience with these evil spirits and together they work on trying to stop the evil one. This story is about Clarisse's growth as a fighter for good and against evil. it is also about the strengths she discovers that she has for this battle. The priest plays an important role in this. An intriguing story, I found it very interesting and difficult to put down until it seemed to suddenly come to an end. I loved the ending as it leaves it open for more to come. An excellent story about the ongoing fight between good and evil. Loved it.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    For me this book was full of suspense and since I am a jumpy sort of person there was more than enough of 'things that go bump in the night.' She was very descriptive of places, people and 'things'. I fell in love with little Charlie even though I shouldn't have done so. I liked the fact that she wrote in our current present but was able to bring the past and the evil it held into the story. I'm going to have to find the book that preceded this one. Read it because this is the perfect month for For me this book was full of suspense and since I am a jumpy sort of person there was more than enough of 'things that go bump in the night.' She was very descriptive of places, people and 'things'. I fell in love with little Charlie even though I shouldn't have done so. I liked the fact that she wrote in our current present but was able to bring the past and the evil it held into the story. I'm going to have to find the book that preceded this one. Read it because this is the perfect month for spooky stories.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sue Wallace

    Good read Haunting in old tailem by Janice Tremayne. Haunting Clarisse book 3. This was a good read considering I haven't read book 1. I liked Clarisse and Harry. I even liked Digger. I loved the cover thats what drew me to this book. 4*. Good read Haunting in old tailem by Janice Tremayne. Haunting Clarisse book 3. This was a good read considering I haven't read book 1. I liked Clarisse and Harry. I even liked Digger. I loved the cover thats what drew me to this book. 4*.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jenny Goff

    I thought this was a great supernatural thriller that kept me both entertained and happily frightened at the same time. The main character, Clarisse, enjoys researching the history of places that appear to be haunted and is visiting an old town in Australia that has become known as a ghost town due to its dark history with paranormal activity, children disappearing, and ghost sightings at the cemetery. I think Clarisse is a very brave and strong person, and I really enjoyed following along with I thought this was a great supernatural thriller that kept me both entertained and happily frightened at the same time. The main character, Clarisse, enjoys researching the history of places that appear to be haunted and is visiting an old town in Australia that has become known as a ghost town due to its dark history with paranormal activity, children disappearing, and ghost sightings at the cemetery. I think Clarisse is a very brave and strong person, and I really enjoyed following along with her as she did her research and as she had to battle against the evil spirits that were haunting this town. The author does a great job with writing a very thrilling story with many frightening details and twists throughout. With all the detailed descriptions provided in the book, I could easily imagine all the scary images that Clarisse was seeing and experiencing. I enjoy reading all types of scary stories and this book definitely had lots of scary moments to keep me entertained. I look forward to reading more books by this author.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ann Fleming

    I enjoyed reading the book, however, I felt like the ending was too simplified and hurried. Maybe I have read and seen too many ghostly thrillers but I felt like I was reading a YA book. I think Miss Tremayne is a good writer but she has some maturing to do.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Rowan Creech

    Who doesn't love a good ghost story? In this one, we have multiple ghosts plus a dollop of demons mixed with an empathetic ghost hunter to make a mighty good read down in the outback of Australia. I absolutely loved the side character's Australian slang! It was the comic relief and educational experience in another culture. I truly enjoyed this book and I can't wait to read the others. Who doesn't love a good ghost story? In this one, we have multiple ghosts plus a dollop of demons mixed with an empathetic ghost hunter to make a mighty good read down in the outback of Australia. I absolutely loved the side character's Australian slang! It was the comic relief and educational experience in another culture. I truly enjoyed this book and I can't wait to read the others.

  18. 4 out of 5

    C&D Editing

    This series can be read as a standalone, but I would recommend reading the books in order because of the evolving character development. I love the protagonist, Clarisse. She is so compassionate and just can't stop herself from helping spirits move on. This adventure was especially hard for her because there were some spooky kids involved. She meets some people who I think will be important in her later adventures as she delves deeper into the spiritual world, so I feel this book is going to be This series can be read as a standalone, but I would recommend reading the books in order because of the evolving character development. I love the protagonist, Clarisse. She is so compassionate and just can't stop herself from helping spirits move on. This adventure was especially hard for her because there were some spooky kids involved. She meets some people who I think will be important in her later adventures as she delves deeper into the spiritual world, so I feel this book is going to be a cornerstone for following books. After reading this book, I'm pretty sure Harry, Clarisse partner, is probably going to be more hands-on with the paranormal aspects of the investigations, which I am really looking forward to. He wasn't as prominent in this book as the last, but I think that is about to change! I love how Tremayne uses real ghost towns. You learn the history and revival of these old Outback towns that make you want to visit there yourself. Highly recommend this series for those who love mystery, detective books with a twist of paranormal to give you the chills!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Noel A-W

    An interesting read, though sometimes it felt longer than the plot allowed. Some of the dialogue was a bit stilted, most people tend to naturally use a lot of contractions and abbreviations in everyday language, and the story would’ve (‘would have’ as an example!) flowed slightly more smoothly 🙂. Shamy also explains the herbal tea is local - twice, maybe he’s forgetful in his old age, haha. I’m more able to believe there might be ghosts, but I still struggle with the concept of the big white sky An interesting read, though sometimes it felt longer than the plot allowed. Some of the dialogue was a bit stilted, most people tend to naturally use a lot of contractions and abbreviations in everyday language, and the story would’ve (‘would have’ as an example!) flowed slightly more smoothly 🙂. Shamy also explains the herbal tea is local - twice, maybe he’s forgetful in his old age, haha. I’m more able to believe there might be ghosts, but I still struggle with the concept of the big white sky fairy (God), and he/she/it gets mentioned quite a lot. The book cover just says ghost story, not mentioning heavy religious overtones. Still a scary ghost story!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Marion

    I have read all the authors books and I really liked this story. The protagonist Clarisse grows on you through every book in the series. She is a brave and determined young lady. The Australian setting is wonderful and refreshing. And its a page turned with a interesting plot, which I never saw coming. Looking forward to the next one.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Rhonda Broman

    I received an Advanced Reader Copy via BookSirens in exchange for an honest and voluntary review This is the third book, in this series, but hopefully not the last!! It can be read as a standalone, but the heroine, Clarisse is so fantastic that you’ll probably want to read the whole series!! The author uses real ghost towns in her stories, it’s so spooky, but really fascinating at the same time!! You really learn a lot, and you can tell the author is really knowledgeable in what she is writing!! I received an Advanced Reader Copy via BookSirens in exchange for an honest and voluntary review This is the third book, in this series, but hopefully not the last!! It can be read as a standalone, but the heroine, Clarisse is so fantastic that you’ll probably want to read the whole series!! The author uses real ghost towns in her stories, it’s so spooky, but really fascinating at the same time!! You really learn a lot, and you can tell the author is really knowledgeable in what she is writing!! Clarisse helps spirits move on. She’s extremely likable, tough and smart!! I recommend giving this series a read!!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Allyson Abu-Hajar

    Although, this is the third book in the series, I had no trouble following along. So this can be read as a standalone. The opening introduces us to The Order of the Sepaline, a secret society order of monk priests who are to guard against the angels of darkness. A stone set in a pendant, that has been passed down that wields great power, and only select monks will be able to inherit. Along with the pendant is six secret prayers that are forbidden to be written down, these prayers contain the wor Although, this is the third book in the series, I had no trouble following along. So this can be read as a standalone. The opening introduces us to The Order of the Sepaline, a secret society order of monk priests who are to guard against the angels of darkness. A stone set in a pendant, that has been passed down that wields great power, and only select monks will be able to inherit. Along with the pendant is six secret prayers that are forbidden to be written down, these prayers contain the words of Jesus Christ, which has the power to fight against evil. Clarisse finds herself locked inside an old church in Old Tailem Town, a ghost town that drew tourists for paranormal tours. Clarisse has warning bells going off along with a foul stench; sensing a presence in the room. Hearing a giggle, Clarisse encounters Little Charlie, who seemingly followed her to Old Tailem Town. Another entity materializes, but Digger interrupts and comes to the rescue. Tagging along with Digger, Clarisse meets the elusive Shamy. Shamy is considered to be a hermit. Clarisse is astonished that Shamy knows so much, and after taking Clarisse's hand, she is pulled into a vision witnessing a young girl being dragged off by a demon. Clarisse realizes that she's seen this demon before. An evil from the past, has re-awakened and if it isn't stopped, more victims will be added. It was a creepy read with entities tied to a demon popping up to thwart Clarisse's efforts. Whenever, Clarisse returned to the church alone, I cringed, knowing something was going to happen. There were a lot of religious overtones throughout the story, that I didn't anticipate, although the theme was good verses evil. I enjoyed Digger's slang, and was also, surprised how he figured into the story after a vision. I requested and received an ARC copy from NetGalley via Millport Press and I have voluntarily reviewed this book.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Bobbi Wagner

    I enjoyed this suspenseful story. This is my first book by this author and I look forward to reading more from her. I found this story to be engaging and pulled me in right from the start. The characters are connectable and brought the story to life. The twists and turns kept me turning pages just waiting to find out what happened next. This is a story that is full of action, ghost and lots of evil. This made such a great afternoon story that I read it all in one sitting. I highly recommend this I enjoyed this suspenseful story. This is my first book by this author and I look forward to reading more from her. I found this story to be engaging and pulled me in right from the start. The characters are connectable and brought the story to life. The twists and turns kept me turning pages just waiting to find out what happened next. This is a story that is full of action, ghost and lots of evil. This made such a great afternoon story that I read it all in one sitting. I highly recommend this book.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Shisir Ahammed

    Nice book

  25. 5 out of 5

    BreeAnn (She Just Loves Books)

    This is the third book in the Haunting Clarisse series, and I think it can be read as a stand-alone if you haven’t read the others in the series. You will be missing some backstory on the main characters, but if that doesn’t bother you, then you could go ahead and jump into the story here. This book again has our main characters, Harry and Clarisse working to save the day. Old Tailem has been overrun with demons, and it’s up to these two to stop them. I loved that this was once again, a real ghos This is the third book in the Haunting Clarisse series, and I think it can be read as a stand-alone if you haven’t read the others in the series. You will be missing some backstory on the main characters, but if that doesn’t bother you, then you could go ahead and jump into the story here. This book again has our main characters, Harry and Clarisse working to save the day. Old Tailem has been overrun with demons, and it’s up to these two to stop them. I loved that this was once again, a real ghost-town that the author chose to place the story into. I think it adds some special to the story! This really is quite a creepy book. The demons hunting Clarisse are scary, and definitely had me on the edge of my seat. Clarisse felt like she evolved a lot in this book. I think she’s really figuring out who she is and what her special talents are to fight evil. I really enjoyed seeing her develop through the story! Overall, I enjoyed this one! It’s spooky, and has a fun, exciting plot that kept me turning the pages! I was provided a gifted copy of this book for free. I am leaving my review voluntarily.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Naturalbri (Bri Wignall)

    I am a huge thriller fan, especially when they involve a bit of a quirky storyline that has the potential to send chills up your spine. This book is definitely in that realm and is great to get your mind racing, trying to figure out just what is happening. I loved the storyline and the level of detail, the author gave us, to really bring it to life. Throughout, I felt I could completely dive into the world and be part of the story. It was excellent. The pace matches the genre well and helps the ov I am a huge thriller fan, especially when they involve a bit of a quirky storyline that has the potential to send chills up your spine. This book is definitely in that realm and is great to get your mind racing, trying to figure out just what is happening. I loved the storyline and the level of detail, the author gave us, to really bring it to life. Throughout, I felt I could completely dive into the world and be part of the story. It was excellent. The pace matches the genre well and helps the overall flow of the read. This easily makes it one that you won’t want to put down. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would love to read the others, int he series. I highly recommend!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Susmita

    Nice

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kri Wood

    This is the first I'm reading anything from Tremayne and frankly I loved everything about it. Now, Haunting in Old Tailem can easily be read as a standalone. I have not read the previous books obviously but I wonder if the character development was always this great from the beginning - Guess i'll have to pick up previous books in the installment to find out! Furthermore, This novel flowed perfectly and is a obvious new cult favorite! See my Full review at www.PineEnshrined.com Reviews on Dec. 1s This is the first I'm reading anything from Tremayne and frankly I loved everything about it. Now, Haunting in Old Tailem can easily be read as a standalone. I have not read the previous books obviously but I wonder if the character development was always this great from the beginning - Guess i'll have to pick up previous books in the installment to find out! Furthermore, This novel flowed perfectly and is a obvious new cult favorite! See my Full review at www.PineEnshrined.com Reviews on Dec. 1st! This review was made available for a honest review from Goddess Fish Promotions and Author Treymayne - I was not paid for my review!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Steve

    Good Horror story. hard to sleep after that. Highly recommend.

  30. 4 out of 5

    fred jones

    An interesting and entertaining storyline with a dark scary atmosphere. Dialogue seemed a little stilted in parts but that did not really detract from my enjoying the book. Excellent tense ending I would happy to read more by this author.. I received a complementary copy via Storyorigin and am leaving a voluntary honest review

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