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Dark Halls: A Horror Novel Paperback – November 3, 2019
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Another impressive book by Jeff Menapace! This is his first novel in the paranormal suspense horror category and he’s a natural in this genre. I’m crossing fingers and toes for a follow up with these characters in the near future. I’ve read all Jeff’s books and this may be my new favorite.
It was easy to relate to the main character as a brand new teacher and the anxiety of starting any new job. Add to that the creepy past of his new school and odd incidents right from the start and it’s no wonder he’s questioning everything and wondering if he made a mistake by accepting the job.
I enjoyed the dialogue and thoughts of the main character with enough sarcasm and humor for a few (for real) LOL moments. It’s creepy enough for suspense horror lovers like myself to make this a fun, quick read. But make sure you have enough time to ignore the real world as you will probably say “just one more chapter” until it turns into “screw it—forget sleep”.
The cover is weird as hell and after reading it, I understand WHY and WHAT it is! I highly recommend this one and wish you a “good luck” on keeping your fingernails!
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Set in a small school with tales of murderous children and suicidal teachers adds to the atmosphere we love in a horror story and the twists in the storyline are becoming a natural part of any Menapace book.
Jeff Menapace has been likened to many modern masters including King and Koontz, Dark Halls brought to mind another, the sadly missed master of British horror James Herbert which from me is high praise indeed.
The supernatural has always been a favourite genre of mine and Jeff really knocked it out of the park with this one.
It’s fast paced and such an easy read. I’ve never been a fan of authors that take an age to describe every little thing in minute detail. Much preferring to get into the meaty bits straight off the bat and this book certainly does that.
If you like Jeff’s other books and also like the supernatural then you’ll love this.
I wouldn't ever have guessed it was the same author 😔