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  • Paperback: 1 pages
  • Publisher: Schiffer Publishing Ltd (US) (28 Jan 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 076434319X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0764343193
  • Product Dimensions: 25.1 x 17.5 x 1.5 cm
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,227,343 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Great Book! 16 Sep 2013
By MaryAnn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Lost in the Darkness is a nice easy read with many twists and turns while keeping you on the edge of your seat. The authors details in describing the interiors of the build made me feel like I was right there exploring next to him. I felt like I could see the cold breathe coming out of my mouth while I was reading, like I was in the tunnels with him. From start to finish there are a lot of great and creepy events that take place.

This book is such a great & fun read, I couldn't put it down! The author transports you to the creepy surroundings easily with his eerily descriptive words. The story is captivating and at times chilling. It was very interesting how the building was described and the story was excellent. It's worth the read; in a way I wish it was a little longer.

This story captured my attention from the beginning, and its quick pace and interesting premise kept me turning the pages until the end. The main character's hobby of urban exploration is unique. The descriptions of the abandoned insane asylum made me feel I was inside , and I got chills more than once when the journals described what happened to the patients there. It's a good ghost story, too.

I read this book in one sitting. I just could not put it down. It kept my interest and was very detailed. I have been in abandoned buildings before and has an easy time picturing her details and following along. I also have another book that was well-done by this author. I can't wait for another. Great job!!!

Just read this book and loved it! Completely descriptive, felt like I was walking through the hospital with them!!! Can't wait for another of his books!!!
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Good book, but some incorrect English history 16 Jun 2014
By Brutus - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
This book delivers exactly what it states to on the cover, the history of some of the world's most noted haunted prisons, hospitals and asylums. I loved reading about the history of these places and the stories of actual people as part of folklore. It gave me new destinations to explore! LOVED the pictures in the book as well. Definitely will be taking this book on adventures!

With that said however, I immediately recognized the story behind the boys in the Tower of London as incorrect. The author states that the boy's father was Edward, the son of King Henry VI. While King Henry VI did have a son named Edward who did die in battle, he was not the boy's father. The boys father was the son of Richard of York, King Edward IV who took the crown when King Henry VI was incapable of ruling due to 'madness'. Edward fell in love with Elizabeth Woodville, a commoner whom he met alongside the road. They were secretly married. When he finally revealed it to his court, many turned against him in his own family as his marriage was to be arranged for political gain. Elizabeth gave birth to many girls and had two sons with King Edward IV, Edward and Richard. King Edward IV died from illness, but his last wish was for his brother Richard to serve as Lord Protector over his boys. Richard immediately put the older boy who was to be crowned king, Edward, in the tower. Elizabeth, along with her children, hid in sanctuary in a church in fear of Richard III. He then demanded that the younger boy Richard be put in the tower as well (here it is said that Elizabeth secretly sent off her son and substituted another boy in his place). The boys were then conveniently 'lost'. He could have had them secretly killed, but there were others that may have wished them the same fate... Lady Margaret Beaufort (King Henry VII's mother) may have had them secretly killed to clear the way for her son to take the throne OR perhaps Richard Neville's (the 16th Earl of Warwick also known as 'Warwick the Kingmaker') daughter, Anne Neville (who happened to be married to Richard III) had them secretly killed to clear the path of king for her husband.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This book was absolutely amazing. It goes in great detail of the lives ... 26 July 2014
By Justin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book was absolutely amazing. It goes in great detail of the lives of the people, nad has a nice spin of the paranormal activity that happens in these places. It really gets you into the lives of the people that were there at that time. Can't wait for the next book!
1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The Read 23 Mar 2014
By David Marr - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
While the stories of the asylums etc, are historically interesting, the whole haunting gig is a bit extreme. Still an interesting read.
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