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FantasyChick
The Invited | Jennifer McMahon
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Goodreads shows this book has less than 400 pages...can someone please tell my Kobo?!

#theinvited #scarathlon #teamslaughter #pagecount #minesbigger @Clwojick

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Reading-in-LallahLand
The Invited | Jennifer McMahon
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Pickpick

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A great story with tales of Witches and their ghosts! A very easy and fun read, especially for October.

It's spooky but not scary. I feel it would be great as a movie too!

Definitely a thumbs up from me!

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Reading-in-LallahLand
The Silent Patient | Alex Michaelides
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Recommended4Reading
The Invited | Jennifer McMahon
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Pickpick

Purchasing land in a rural area to build their home, a young couple‘s relationship is tried with the haunting of a deceased witch. Hattie was a witch who was hung in the 1920s by the residents. In current day, her ghost uses the curious historian, Helen, to learn her family‘s history and reunite the spirits of her family.

For Additional Thoughts: https://recommended-4.com/blog/2019/06/19/the-invited/
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Jessrumely
The Invited | Jennifer McMahon
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26 // THE INVITED // “How could she explain it? This feeling she had, uncovering little pieces of truth about these women and the lives they led. It was like Hattie wanted her to find them.” ⭐️⭐️1/2 #jessicareads2019 #theinvited

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EadieB
The Invited: A Novel | Jennifer McMahon
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Helen and Nate decide to build a home of their dreams. Land was owned by Hattie Breckenridge who was hung as witch in 1900. Slow but picks up in the 2nd half. Surprise conclusion. Well written, atmospheric and chilling, not creepily overdone. The past and present come together in the end. The themes are witches, ghosts, spirits, curses and treasure. I would recommend to those who love paranormal ghost stories. Thanks Doubleday and NetGalley.

Mdargusch Sounds perfect for an October read! 9mo
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