The ghost that haunts Canterville Chase has built a marvelous career of midnight haunting. But when an American family moves in, they simply have no respect for permanent bloodstains, nightmarish chains, or ancient legends. They even throw pillows at him.
Public Domain (P)2009 B.J. Harrison
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"satire in Victorian novel of manners?"
sounds to me less than a Halloween ghost story and more like a blend of Brontë-gothic, combined with typical stabilization of 19th century Victorian novel of manners. but then again, his was my first listen. I enjoy b.j. Harrison's narration, but I think someone like Patrick Stewart would be more Halloween Basque .
"Not really my cup of tea.."
I was not really impressed by this book. It is definitely a classic so it is written in a more old-fashioned prose. I knew it wouldn't be scary but I did not know what to expect to be honest.
An American minister and his family move into an English home that is said to be haunted. The home has been in the Canterville family for centuries and is haunted by a Canterville ghost that has killed his wife. He tries his hardest to scare the family away, but gets discouraged when their two boys have proven to be a tough match! One night, their daughter comes to him and helps him cross over. In the process, she comes up missing but then shows back up with some jewels. The house is cleansed. She later marries and her husband tries to get her to tell what happened while she was helping the ghost cross over but she won't speak of it.
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