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The Drowning Kind
The Drowning Kind | Jennifer McMahon
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Invited and The Winter People comes a chilling new novel about a woman who returns to the old family home after her sister mysteriously drowns in its swimming poolbut shes not the pools only victim. Be careful what you wish for. When social worker Jax receives nine missed calls from her older sister, Lexie, she assumes that its just another one of her sisters episodes. Manic and increasingly out of touch with reality, Lexie has pushed Jax away for over a year. But the next day, Lexie is dead: drowned in the pool at their grandmothers estate. When Jax arrives at the house to go through her sisters things, she learns that Lexie was researching the history of their family and the property. And as she dives deeper into the research herself, she discovers that the land holds a far darker past than she could have ever imagined. In 1929, thirty-seven-year-old newlywed Ethel Monroe hopes desperately for a baby. In an effort to distract her, her husband whisks her away on a trip to Vermont, where a natural spring is showcased by the newest and most modern hotel in the Northeast. Once there, Ethel learns that the water is rumored to grant wishes, never suspecting that the spring takes in equal measure to what it gives. A haunting, twisty, and compulsively readable thrill ride from the author who Chris Bohjalian has dubbed the literary descendant of Shirley Jackson, The Drowning Kind is a modern-day ghost story that illuminates how the past, though sometimes forgotten, is never really far behind us.
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Gaylagal2
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Happy Thanksgiving to all my litten family! 🦃
Pictured above is my living room and Maggie (gray couch/chaise is new) in my new place. LOVE ❤️ I also got ambitious and put up my little tree. Kind of weird being alone today, but I'm really enjoying it🤓 Bobby is coming by later to bring me some food. Until then, I'm chilling out and reading.
How are you all spending today? Enjoy!🥰

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rsteve388
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Wow what a great ghost story. McManhon never disappoints me. That ending was wild. I didn't see it coming it was great! Wild wild story. Great read, thoroughly engaging. 5 stars.

16pts
5pts for Crime Junkie Podcast that I listened to on the way home.
#TeamSlaughter

CherMoreBooks I enjoyed this one, too! I also didn‘t see the ending coming. McMahon is amazing. 1mo
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rsteve388
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#TeamSlaugter #Scarathlon2021 Total Points Week 3:
Outstanding October: 170
Dewey Readathon: 150
Books Read: 34 pts including participation points
I also Got Bingo for #BookSpinBingo so 20 pts.

Total points: 374 total for week three

@Clwojick

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rsteve388
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Amie
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Mehso-so

Just the right amount of creepy (not scary) for me, but I'm not a big fan of dual timelines and a side plot wasn't fully explained or resolved.

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CherMoreBooks
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I was incredibly drawn in by the story, I could hardly put it down. The way Jennifer McMahon writes characters feels intimate. They‘re not perfect people, but they‘re real. It alternates perspectives between the past and present to tell a story. I love this way this one is written. It urges you to keep reading. It‘s really well written, I only took 1 star off because I didn‘t love the end.
#thriller #ghoststory #horror #mystery

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TamTracy
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Absolutely loved this book. I was all in from the beginning. I love a good ghost story and this author hasn‘t let me down yet! She‘s quickly becoming one of my favs. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Copwithabook
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I have been in a terrible reading rut. But I picked this one up from the library and hopefully have broken the drought! I could not stop reading. I raced through the pages with a sense of urgency and NEEDED to know the ending. Y‘all, it was so good!

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Roxanareads
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alecia3dixie
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I really liked this book.It was very interesting and kept me wanting more. I was so intrigued by everything that was going on and what was going to happen next. Would defienfly recommend. It was so creepy too, especially since I have a fear of water I can't see threw myself. I am knocking a star because it felt long and rambled a lot and could have been shortened. And I feel like the ending should have been explained better. I'm still confused.4/5

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erank58
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Mehso-so

Ugh, another one bites the dust 😪 Seriously, what's up with all my hyped-up 2021 reads?

Normally I love this author, but this one felt so....tame? Meh? Flat? Light? Her books usually have some bite to them, but this felt so watered-down, like it was written for a more mainstream audience instead of horror fans. The story wasn't even that compelling, and the writing was so different than her other books. Hoping her next one isn't like this!

Reggie Ya know, that‘s how I felt about The Invited. I was curious about this one after listening to an interview with her on a podcast but maybe not so much now. 4mo
erank58 @Reggie If you weren't a fan of The Invited, I would def skip this one! At least The Invited was atmospheric. This one didn't really have anything going for it! 4mo
Clare-Dragonfly It‘s so disappointing when a book is hyped and you expect to love it and then you just… don‘t. 😢 4mo
erank58 @Clare-Dragonfly this is the third or fourth one off my 2021 pre-order/highly anticipated list that flopped! Hoping for some gems in the second half of the year 😂 4mo
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Karmapen
The Drowning Kind | Jennifer McMahon
Mehso-so

This was definitely gripping and readable, but several plot points felt like dead ends, and it played into my least favorite trope, which is the estranged beloved sibling / parent / family member dying but all the person‘s recollections of them make them seem awful? I did not feel bad for Lexie.

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Hana321
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So this is a story that makes the most out of setting and creepy tone. The author is very effective at providing all the ingredients to severely creep you out. The story essentially follows a family who has ties to a creepy, old spring that is located on the family estate, and the spring has a body count. A long history of accidental drownings are its hallmark. I didn‘t love the ending as it kinda just made me really sad.

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Suet624
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I had no idea Jennifer McMahon is a Vermonter. I have to start a list of the many Vermont authors.... including @The_Penniless_Author #Vermont

“I live in Vermont (in a creepy old Victorian on a hill) with my partner, Drea, and our daughter, Zella. When I‘m not writing, I spend a lot of time exploring the dark Vermont woods and seeking out haunted places, real and imagined.“

https://jennifer-mcmahon.com/bio/

AmyG I didn‘t know that either. 6mo
The_Penniless_Author Hmm, that's cool. I wonder which town. 6mo
Suet624 @The_Penniless_Author I believe she moved from Barre to Montpelier. 6mo
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Serenity_Within86
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Sooo good had to read the last chapter again just to make sure I read it right 🤯😱😮⭐⭐⭐⭐

lazydaizee Sounds exciting, I will have to look out for this book. 6mo
Cpg Same! I have just read this and re-read the last chapter just to make sure! 😳🤦🏼‍♀️🥺😩 Still have a couple of questions though....Very good read though!!! 6mo
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WanderingBookaneer
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Quote made me smile, but it has nothing to do with the main plot of the book.

McMahon creates stories where there is the specter of horror and this one is no exception. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Tera66 I liked this one too! 7mo
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candority
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It has rained pretty much every day for the last two weeks, so I had to take advantage of the sun and get out for an audiohike today! I listened to the first two hours of the tagged audiobook and so far, so good! 🥾🎧

KathyWheeler Same here. I loved seeing the sun and had to go out and walk too. 7mo
candority @KathyWheeler The next three days are supposed to rain again 😭 We have to soak up the sun when we can. I hope it doesn‘t end up being a really rainy year! 7mo
KathyWheeler @candority So far it looks like the weekend will be nice here, but then the rain will start up again. I also hope it doesn‘t end up being an extremely rainy year! 7mo
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Texreader What a lovely walk! 7mo
candority @Texreader It was! I haven‘t been to these trails before, so it‘s always nice to explore! 7mo
DivineDiana Beautiful! 7mo
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PathfinderNicole
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New read for State Testing Day 2: The Electric Math Boogaloo.

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Tera66
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#Two4Tuesday
Thank you for the invite @Eggs
And thank you @TheSpineView for sharing!
📚1. I like all 4 genres, but tend to lean toward the spooky books.👻☠
📚2. The Drowning Kind (Tagged) It's a good one!

TheSpineView Thanks for playing and happy Tuesday! 😊 7mo
DarkMina I have that book on my TBR. Good to hear you liked it. 7mo
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MaleficentBookDragon
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April was a pretty good reading month for me. My favorite was the tagged book. I‘m a big McMahon fan.
These were all good reads and very different from each other. What a way to snap out of a slump.

Ruthiella 🥳 Nice slump busting! 7mo
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SoManyBooksNotEnoughTime
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"???? ?'? ?? ??? ?????, ? ???? ???? ???'? ????? ???? ??."⁣

I really looked forward to sitting down with this book at the end of the day. It's light enough to be relaxing but just creepy enough that I'd want to keep the lights on while reading. I always enjoy McMahon's books and this one didn't disappoint I like how this book alternates chapters between present day and early in the twentieth century.

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MaleficentBookDragon
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Finished my #Bookspin selction for April.
This book has everything I LOVE in a Jennifer McMahon book. Interesting characters, lush yet creepy settings, a feeling of dread, and a “is it supernatural or not“ feeling throughout the whole book.
This story hooked me in from the beginning and kept me entranced until the very end.
I recieved a copy of this book from #Netgalley for a fair and honest review.
@thearomaofbooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 7mo
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Tera66
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@ozma.of.oz Thank you!
#sundayfunday

📚 I like them, but I understand how they can be confusing for others.
📚 I read The Drowning Kind and it jumps around in a few timelines. I really enjoyed it.
📚 I think it works really well in Horror, scary things are even scarier if they are old scary things.

ozma.of.oz Oh, horror would make for some excellent stories! Thank you for sharing! 7mo
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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Tera! Thank you so much for this book and the goodies!! It could‘ve have come at a better time! Today is my “Monday” first day of 7! This starts it off great! Thank you so much 🙏🏻❤️

Tera66 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Yay! I hope you had a better week this week. And I hope you enjoy the book!😊 7mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Tera66 so far so good!! Thank you so much!! 💗 7mo
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MaleficentBookDragon
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My tee is not lying. This latest book by McMahon is creepy and compelling. The only reason I stopped reading is “work”. Why oh why am I not independently wealthy so I can read all night? 😭😂
I‘m definitely out of my slump now.

Avanders Mmmm independently wealthy sounds nice!!! 7mo
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JHSiess
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-> Book Review

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Twainy
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🎧 Atmospheric! Gothic horror/mystery.

Dual narrators & timelines. 1920‘s forward & present day.

2 separate families consecutively own a piece of land in the New England area & all of the darkness that surrounds it.

The stories unfold slowly & the characters are well developed, I was hooked!

The story lured me in & it got me! At one point I was thinking huh, maybe I‘m wrong. DOH! I liked the ending.

Great, fun, spooky story!!

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2

Twainy Thank you NetGalley and Simon & Schuster. Loved the book. 8mo
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Twainy
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1 - No. I‘m not sure why someone would do that.

2 - I love books. If I don‘t listen to audiobooks I don‘t get to enjoy books in general so I guess the advantage is that I get to enjoy hundreds of books a year VS one? Advantage #1 - ability to multitask. I purchase the hardcovers of any 4.5-5 star books because maybe someday.

Thank you George @Trashcanman

@TheSpineView
#Two4Tuesday

TheSpineView Thanks for playing and happy Tuesday! 8mo
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FelinesAndFelonies
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Catching up on my reviews for the last three days. This was one of the better thrillers I have read. A unique approach to mental illness with a clinical perspective. Not the typical "crazy woman" plot line. I am a sucker for any book that focuses on the relationship between sisters. They tug at my heart.
I didn't anticipate the final twist. It was bittersweet and made me miss my little sister. Great book that I would not hesitate to recommend.

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Lsmoore43
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THE DROWNING KIND by Jennifer McMahon
This was my first book to read by this author. Normally I do not read books that are ghost fiction or paranormal but am so glad that I read this one. It was so good. Had me reading much later at night that usual. I did't want to put it down. And that ending. I DID NOT SEE THAT COMING!! Not at all. It floored me and was perfect at the same time.
5/5 stars.
Full review here: https://tinyurl.com/2dx7s2fm

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Lauren.Archer
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A new thriller by Jennifer McMahon that is unique and borderline horror at times. Taking place over 2 timelines, Jax in the present the great granddaughter of the Ethel and Will who share this story from the previous timeline.

BekahB I‘m always excited for a new Jennifer McMahon book! 8mo
Cpg Just finished reading this and man is it ever spooky!!! Haunting!!! 😱 6mo
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Lsmoore43
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Prologue
July 18, 2000
“The dead have nothing to fear,“ Lexie said.

@ShyBookOwl #FirstLineFridays

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MaleficentBookDragon
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Here are my #bookspin and #doublespin selections for this month. I'm really excited about these picks!
@thearomaofbooks

ElizaMarie The Cousins looks super interesting! 8mo
Lsmoore43 I'm currently reading THE DROWNING KIND. Started it yesterday. So far it's great. 8mo
Bookgoil The Drowning Kind is on my list this month too 8mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 8mo
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TorieStorieS
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Wow!! I literally couldn‘t put McMahon‘s latest down- I think it‘s her best yet! A haunting blend of past and present, this well-balanced novel is vividly written with characters that leap off the page, a setting you can practically smell and pacing that makes it impossible to tear yourself away! The plot holds real surprises- and some genuinely spooky scenes! I loved it!!

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FelinesAndFelonies
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Apparently, I was only buying blue books today.
Hubby went with me to B&N and carried the basket.😂

Jari-chan That's what hubbies are for 😁 8mo
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Bakingbookworm
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If you like a chilling read, this Gothic mystery one is for you! This story has family dysfunction, great tension and a great creepy factor. It is a mystery surrounding a freshwater spring that locals believe has magical healing powers. But while the water gives, it also takes away. Ooooo, right?

Look for it April 6/21.

Review: https://bit.ly/TheDrowningKindReview

Charityann I enjoyed this one too!😊 8mo
Bakingbookworm @Charityann She‘s good at creepy Gothic reads. 8mo
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Tera66
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I was a little nervous that this would be too spooky, but not too bad. I did make sure to finish it in daylight, so maybe it the end wasn't too unnerving with the sun shining. But make no mistake this is a ghost story, it is creepy. I did love how it jumps back and forth from 1929 to present day, and while it is a scary story it also explores the feelings of grief and shame with the main character Jax after losing her mentally ill sister. ⭐⭐⭐⭐ I

Tera66 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks my copy is an ARC, but if you want it I can mail it to you if you want it. Email me your address to tera.slawson@yahoo.com. I hope this is appropriate to do, but its going in the recycle bin otherwise. 8mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Tera66 that‘s so sweet! I‘ll email you now ❤️ thank you! 8mo
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JHSiess
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•._.• Currently Reading •._.•⁣
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This is my first experience reading 𝐉𝐞𝐧𝐧𝐢𝐟𝐞𝐫 𝐌𝐜𝐌𝐚𝐡𝐨𝐧's work. Bu⁣t I'm totally absorbed in 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐃𝐫𝐨𝐰𝐧𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐊𝐢𝐧𝐝.⁣
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And I couldn't resist using this clever lamp in the master bedroom as a prop!⁣

⁣𝘞𝘩𝘢𝘵 𝘣𝘰𝘰𝘬 𝘢𝘳𝘦 𝘺𝘰𝘶 𝘳𝘦𝘢𝘥𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘵𝘩𝘪𝘴 𝘸𝘦𝘦𝘬𝘦𝘯𝘥 & 𝘥𝘰 𝘺𝘰𝘶 𝘳𝘦𝘤𝘰𝘮𝘮𝘦𝘯𝘥 𝘵𝘩𝘢𝘵 𝘐 𝘳𝘦𝘢𝘥 𝘪𝘵?

Tera66 I liked this one too! 8mo
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Tera66
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#WindsofMarch @Eggs
Just started this one this morning.
Hope you are having a great weekend!
I'm in love with this cover. I really wish that book cover merch was a thing. I would love to have this on a coffee mug or notebook cover etc.

Eggs I like the hands-hands say a lot 👏🏻👏🏻 9mo
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Butterflyamore
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Jennifer McMahon has certainly earned her name as a paranormal writer. She really knows how to develop an in depth story in intoxicating ways. Without a doubt, the ghosts of The Drowning Kind will stay with you long after you turn the last page.

My full review: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/3475613929

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kyraleseberg
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It's a rainy day and I'm off work so it's the perfect time to start this #ARC 🤗

Godpants Jealous!!! 9mo
kyraleseberg @Godpants It didn't disappoint! 9mo
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Wslovell
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I love Jennifer McMahon. This book is beautifully written and kept me on the edge of my seat. If you enjoy paranormal thrillers definitely check out this book. Once you read one novel by her you‘ll want to read them all!

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EadieB
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#WondrousWednesday
 @Eggs @TheSpineView Thanks for tag!

1. Tagged book

2. Maeve Kerrigan from Jane Casey‘s series would be an interesting best friend.

3. I seem to forever recommend The Black House by Peter May, a favorite author of mine.

Can you play?
@Elizabeth2 @DarkMina @TheRiehlDeal @Chili @JacqMac @eeclayton @emmaturi

Eggs Well done! Thanks for playing 👏🏻📚👍🏼 10mo
EadieB @Eggs You're welcome! 10mo
EadieB @Eggs You're welcome! 10mo
eeclayton Thanks for the tag! I'm having a busy week, but I'll catch up later! 10mo
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LibraryCin
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Really really good. This is one you may not want to read by yourself, in the dark, at night. Not all of it, but there were enough parts (as I read just before bed a couple of nights!) that were creepy and chilling. The atmosphere in the book was done really well, and there are even more family issues and secrets than what I‘ve mentioned here.

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quirkyreader
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This one was a good creeper. Here is my gr link: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/3492249131

Thank you to @SimonSchuster and Scout Press for this one.

Reviewsbylola This one sounds so good! 10mo
quirkyreader @Reviewsbylola it was. I enjoy her writing style. 10mo
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EadieB
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I have read all of Jennifer's books & have enjoyed them all. This one is a chilling story about a woman who returns to the old family home after her sister mysteriously drowns in its swimming pool. Lexie, Jax‘s sister, has been out of touch with reality. Jax arrives at her grandmother's house & learns that Lexie was researching the history of their family & the property. Jax discovers that the land holds a far darker past than she imagined.

EadieB In 1929, a natural spring is showcased by the newest and most modern hotel in the Northeast which eventually becomes the pool on the grandmother's property. The story switches back and forth from 1929 to the present. It is a modern-day ghost story that illuminates how the past certainly has an influence on the present day. I found the characters to be unique and quite interesting. 11mo
EadieB The story did not disappoint and I do look forward to Jennifer's next book. I would recommend this book to those who love ghost stories. Thanks so much to NetGalley and Simon and Shuster for a free copy for an honest review. To be published April 6, 2021 11mo
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Andrew65 This looks great! Yet to read any of her books. Have to correct that in 2021! 😊 11mo
EadieB @Andrew65 I think her writing gets better with each book. They are comparing her to Shirley Jackson. 11mo
Andrew65 @EadieB Thanks, I need to start thinking about books I want to read next year. 11mo
EadieB @Andrew65 Me too! I have lots of books and series that I need to catch up on. I need to stop getting distracted. 11mo
Andrew65 @EadieB NetGalley has led to me adding loads of new series I want to read. Want to get to some of those but prioritise some of the older series too. Need to get back on track with reading, past four months have impacted on it with school being fully open. Also want to get back on track for group reads with the books I can get hold of. Not been to a library in over 9 months. You‘ve had a tricky year with changes to family situation. 11mo
EadieB @Andrew65 Yes! I can't wait until things settle down and my house gets back to normal too. Sorry to hear that the past 4 months have been so bad for you. This has been the worse year and has really taken a toll on us! 11mo
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Rhondareads
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A ghost story and a modern mystery sounds perfect for this season👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻Thanks @SimonSchuster

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Bookgirl
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I was so excited to get this ARC from NetGalley as I‘m a McMahon fan and this did not disappoint. Super eerie atmosphere, a creepy old house with a pool that is blessed/cursed on the site of an old hotel/spa known for “healing waters.” The story is well paced and I was drawn in immediately. If you like horror you‘ll like this. Picture is our furry family with our newest (old) member, Monty, the min pin. He‘s been with us 6 days and is settling in!

Bookgirl And no, I don‘t normally have an office chair in my front hall 😂🤣#Lucy likes hiding under it though! #petsoflitsy 1y
MaleficentBookDragon I got the ARC as well. I‘m really excited to read it. What‘s your favorite book by her? So far, mine is 1y
Bookgirl @MaleficentBookDragon Oh that‘s interesting, that‘s actually my least favorite! 😂 I really liked The Winter People and Don‘t Breathe a Word. This latest may be my new favorite! (edited) 1y
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MaleficentBookDragon @Bookgirl Oh I forgot about Winter People. That one was great. My least favorite is 1y
Books4Ever Beautiful fur family 😊 1y
Bookgirl @MaleficentBookDragon I didn‘t like the ending of The Night Sister. I always like the atmosphere though! 1y
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