Hannibal House

Hannibal House Sometimes you don t choose the house the house chooses you A supernatural story of a house that attracts lost souls Set in South West Wales Hannibal House tells the tale of Troy who leaves Seattle i

  • Title: Hannibal House
  • Author: DavidNicol
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sometimes you don t choose the house, the house chooses you.A supernatural story of a house that attracts lost souls Set in South West Wales, Hannibal House tells the tale of Troy who leaves Seattle in search of his roots.Unsure of what he s really looking for, he comes across Hannibal House Immediately infatuated with the building he sets out to possess it, or is the Sometimes you don t choose the house, the house chooses you.A supernatural story of a house that attracts lost souls Set in South West Wales, Hannibal House tells the tale of Troy who leaves Seattle in search of his roots.Unsure of what he s really looking for, he comes across Hannibal House Immediately infatuated with the building he sets out to possess it, or is the house aiming to possess himWord count 17,117

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    1. Now this was a very interesting, if somewhat creepy, read. Troy buys Hannibal House after the previous inhabitant died, he doesn't notice it has a creepy vibe but people in town warn him away from the house. Delivery guys RUN from the house and the house itself warns him away.I really enjoyed this story. You can tell the author has written what he knows and loves, no not creepy haunted houses (although, I don't know, maybe he does love haunted houses), he writes about Wales. The way he describes [...]

    2. David Nicol has painted a picture of a small town as seen through the eyes of a visitor, which is handy as a reader is a perpetual visitor, and really brings you into its local lore with the aid of a few eccentrics and a pub with a strange history. Then there's the title house It becomes as creepy and unnerving as it is prominent in the mind of the main character. The mental image I had of the town becomes warped as the main character's obsession for the house grows. Nearing the climax, I though [...]

    3. Very engrossing and easy to read. Found myself dipping in to have a quick read and noticing half the night had gone. Entertaining and a perfect pace to keep you wanting more. Well worth a read!

    4. jerseyguyscanreadMy first comment regarding this book was that I was rather surprised to see it was only 40 pages. I was expecting a longer, full-length type of novel. Not, of course, that I dislike short stories or was anything short of impressed by Hannibal House. It did after all earn 4 out of 5 stars in my book for giving me the creeps even though I read it in the middle of the day, on a treadmill no less. I just had that expectation in the back of my mind that I think threw me off more than [...]

    5. Absolutely loved it. Definitely my type of story; creepy, dark and full of suspense. The paranormal edge gave the story an added dimension and was a real bonus for me. It's one of those stories that you'll read during the day and be fine with, but as soon as you go to bed, you'll be terrified that a tv with no power will come on or 'nothing' will be banging on the front door; or even worse, the liquidy man will come and get you. *shudders*

    6. I do not seek out scary stories but I wanted to read this one, mainly to see if my Welsh experience was anything like this one (and I'm happy to say that it was not).Good story, left me wanting more.Pretty intense scariness.Hated that ringing phone!!!

    7. An enjoyable short story about a haunted house. A little light on details and atmosphere, but the plot premise is good and left me wanting to know more about the house.

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