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Thomasine

By: Jordan Elizabeth
Narrated by: Amanda Stribling
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Summary

Thomasine Lisowski has always hated her grandmother’s farm. A dark presence hovers over it. She’s thankful they moved to the city when she was younger, but now she and her parents are back for a funeral and that dark aura is stronger than ever.

A ghost leads Thomasine to suspect there’s more to the farm than just her imagination going wild. Mysterious murderers and a cult-like mindset stain the Lisowski name.

This trip to the country might be Thomasine’s last - because the family plans to never let her leave.

©2020 Jordan Elizabeth Hallak (P)2021 Jordan Elizabeth Hallak

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unnerving family drama with added complications

I really enjoyed this book, the opening chapter truly unnerved me, the unseen creatures outside attempting to get at the family, it reminded me very much of something I saw on a show about paranormal events.

The tone quickly shifts to a more light-hearted one in the sense that it feels more like a typical family drama story, disagreements between relatives and the such. It doesn't take long for a sense of foreboding to creep in and as the story unfolds things become more and more complicated.

I think the narrator did an excellent job of bringing the story to life and look forward to hearing her read more.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review