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Top Customer Reviews
6 year old Lucy is apparently possessed by a demon. The house is the star here as the author describes every nuance of the edifice from the present to back in the 1950s. This gives added chills and I got goosebumps just writing this review. Of course the church dismissed all claims of possession so the family turn to a defrocked priest and his witch friend. Jimmy and Tabby are awesome characters who have to deal with some hair-raising stuff. Above all else, this book is an atmospheric horror classic that should be downloaded by all fans of this genre.
I cannot recommend this book enough, but I will do my humble best. Go buy it now!
An ex-priest, Jimmy Holiday has agreed to help a friend with his daughter who seems to be sick but they are not sure what the illness is really all about.
I was glued to the pages from the moment the Jimmy realized that this was much deeper than a simple illness. The house was haunted and July seemed to be completely under evil control.
This is a great book about exorcism and demons and everything that I like to read about. I would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested about forces beyond our understanding, and ways that might help the horrible control of those forces. It is a book that will keep you utterly intrigued. A MUST read!!!
Sorrow's Point has a compelling plot, vivid characters. If you are a fan of this genre, you just can't miss it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loved it! Took a chance on Goodreads and glad I did. Very much looking forward to the sequel :) Thanks.Published 7 months ago by G. L. Cunningham
i absolutely loved this story,not so much the ending. after all that grief it would have been nice to have ended in happiness. definately worth a read though.Published on 20 July 2014 by Angel