Welcome to Borley Rectory, the most haunted house in England.
It's 1926. Sarah Grey has a new job - assistant to Harry Price, London's most infamous ghost hunter. Harry has devoted his life to exposing the truth behind England's 'false hauntings', and never has he left a case unsolved.
They are invited to Borley Rectory - a house so haunted that objects fly through the air. But when night falls, they're forced to confront an uncomfortable possibility: the ghost of Borley Rectory may be real.
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"Surprising, serpentine and clever." (Sunday Times)
"A deft, spooky psychological drama based on a true story." (Daily Mail)
I managed to get about half way through before giving up because I was skipping whole chapters in an effort to get the story moving. In about eight hours of book there were maybe two hours worth of plot. The rest is just filler. It might have been okay if the characters were interesting but they're pretty two dimensional. I would definitely not recommended this.
If you know the true story of Borley Rectory and or Harry Price then you will love this book as its well researched and written with many plot twists of fact and fiction intermingled.
If your just after a horror tale then you may find this heavy going; but as a reader of all the research material on Borley Rectory, I found this story utterly compelling and fascinating.
A wonderful story that pays tribute to the legend of Harry Price and to what was known as 'The Most Haunted House in England', - Borley Rectory.
I finished this title, but I'm not sure why. To be honest it was rather long-winded and boring, yet you somehow find yourself listening to it anyway. The narration was good, bother narrators have pleasant voices and are clearly spoken. Really can't say I would recommend this title as it left me feeling rather unimpressed.
I dont want to hear about his secretary, her friends wedding, blah blah.
yes her voice is extremely annoying
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