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THE HOUSE ON 65TH. PLACE [Kindle Edition]

jacqueline plant
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This is a true story about living and raising my two sons in a haunted house, I was sick of apartment living, even tho I had only been there for about three years, three years was long enough, one night I woke to the light shining from the television that was in my room, I looked at my doorway, and then to a little crucifix that was on a chain I had hanging on a nail above the light switch, I couldn't believe what I saw, there were a bunch of black nasty worms and small snakes crawling all over the crucifix, I went and got my son and some blankets, and I laid him on the couch, I sat right next to him wide awake with every light on in the apartment, I wasn't waiting for summer, I wanted to move now, I didn't want to move into the big old ugly house, but I didn't have a choice, mother said I had to leave because there wasn't any room for me and my first born at her apartment, it seem like shit started happening right after the creepy guy from next door pointed out to me where the three dead bodies were laying, I was in my room lying down trying to sleep, I heard the living room floor squeaking like somebody was walking around in there, I didn't hear foot steps, I just heard the squeaks, when the squeaks stopped a music box started to play,I couldn't move, I didn't have the money, plus I didn't want to, living there was scary and exciting at the same time, but if the ghosts, pookas, lost souls or whatever, started messing with my boys, I was going to try my best to get the hell out of that house, so that is what I said.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 589 KB
  • Print Length: 135 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jacqueline Plant (24 Jun. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #53,299 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Worst Book I have ever tried to read==Ended up Dumping the book off of my Kindle. How did Amazon even have it on their list of Books
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5.0 out of 5 stars A real page turner! 14 Oct. 2014
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Brilliant book! Kept me gripped all the way!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars 10 Sept. 2014
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1.0 out of 5 stars Hilarious, but it wasn't supposed to be 4 Aug. 2014
By S.Smith - Published on
I really wish I could give this book more than one star because I want to give the author kudos for having the courage to try to write a book--something that is not easy. I will admit I am a stickler for grammar and punctuation and borrowed this book based on the sample which was deliciously, hilariously, and horribly written. The "entertainment" of the horrible grammar and spelling (someone should tell the author UNTIL only has one L and THOUGH is not spelled THO and THOSE is not THOES) only lasted about halfway through. Soon the stories became annoying. What mother allows her underage son to throw a party and even charges for liquor?

The ghost stories themselves could have been more interesting and I wish the author had the benefit of an editor--the stories could have been so much more interesting if given a little direction and a whole lot of help with spelling, grammar, and punctuation. There was really no definitive beginning, middle or end and the book could have benefitted from the author giving a little more information about some things, and a lot less about others. The book ended so abruptly that I had to go back to make sure I had not missed something.

I will give Ms Plant at least kudos for trying. It sounds like she has many more ghost stories to tell. I would like to read some more IF she gets an editor.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars STOP! 12 Oct. 2014
By PiscesJoyce - Published on
If I have stopped you from purchasing this book, then my job here is done! There are not enough adjectives in the English language (or ANY language for that matter!) to describe to you just how awful this book is!!! I won't waste my time or yours, picking apart what's wrong with this book, because EVERYTHING is! The only thing more scary than the grammar, punctuation (there ISN'T ANY!), and total lack of disrespect to the English language, is this woman's parenting skills. Or rather, lack thereof! She freely admits to allowing her 13 year old son to have sex with his girlfriends in her home, and then allowing that same son to host a "gig". At this time, the son is 15, and this woman is not only allowing underage kids to drink at this party, but she's SELLING them the alcohol!!! She even admits that one of her son's friends stops breathing on her couch (alcohol poisoning) and that she freaked out, because she didn't want to have to alert the authorities, because she knew how much trouble she'd be in for this party! I read far enough to learn that the boy lived, but that was it for me!

If I haven't convinced you by now that this is a bad purchase, think about this: The writer does not respect us, the readers, enough to even proofread her own work before publishing it, then we shouldn't respect her enough to PAY for this garbage!

Shame on you, Ms. Plant, for publishing this garbage and making money off of it. And shame on Amazon for allowing her to make money off of this!
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1.0 out of 5 stars with boring, totally unrelated and uninteresting information 3 July 2014
By Rebecca Carven - Published on
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Very hard to read, badly written. The author keeps going off on a tangent, with boring, totally unrelated and uninteresting information. Waste of time and money!!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Don't bother 20 Aug. 2014
By Hobbitopoly - Published on
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Geez, where to start? This is probably the third or fourth book I've bought on Kindle that is rife with spelling errors, run-on sentences, and other grammatical errors.

Not a big deal, you say? It is a big deal if I paid money to read it. It is a big deal if the errors are so egregious that it makes it impossible to read it. I won't even address the tone of the book other than to say I've read fan fiction that was crafted with love--this smacks of being crafted for a quick buck.

I guess it's my fault for not reading the book description closely, as it was obviously written by the author. If you can't slog through that, then good luck reading an entire book of that drivel.

Don't bother.
1.0 out of 5 stars interesting, but mostly crazed and disjointed ramblings off topic 5 Oct. 2014
By Rachel Amanda Day - Published on
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This book had many interesting parts and stories, but for the most part was just the rambling and disjointed thoughts of a seemingly narrow minded and uneducated woman.. the grammar was absolutely terrible and overall, the book was very poorly written, in my opinion. Some parts were minute by minute, and the next sentence would skip over several years in just a few words. I was expecting a chilling ghost story, and was very disappointed, although some parts made me laugh, however unintentional the author meant that to be..
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