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I must say first that I love the writer's style, which is easy to follow. As I was biting my nails about the goriness and actual horror that might present itself, I was disappointed to realize that the author did not put much creepiness and scariness into it. The story really centers around the neighbors rather than the 'horror' itself, and how the people come to deal with the 'horror' next door.
It's a good read and I can't wait to see what the author delivers next.
This book has all the terror true horror fans would expect, and an engaging story line to keep even a reluctant reader like myself engaged. Horror Across the Alley is a great story that will keep your attention and with a few surprises will keep you guessing, even when you’re sure you know what’s happening.
The first chapter of R. C. Rumple's breakout novel, Horror Across the Alley, propelled me into the thick of the action. In fact, it was difficult to put the book down, despite the clock striking midnight.
The characters are like those people we all know and love - or not so much in some cases.
From holding my breath in parts to giggling aloud at bits of Rumple's easy wit, I enjoyed this book every page of the way.