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2: House of Darkness House of Light: The True Story Volume Two (Volume 2) Paperback – March 7, 2013
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About the Author
Andrea Perron was born in Rhode Island in 1958. She is a graduate of Chatham College in Pittsburgh, Pa. having earned an interdisciplinary degree in philosophy and English literature. This memoir waited thirty years to be told, allowing the time and distance necessary for her family to reveal these long held secrets. The author is currently preparing for release of the third volume in this remarkable trilogy. John Shaw created the cover portrait of their farmhouse as a parting gift. Two months after the Perron family abandoned this place in the country, John, all of nineteen years old, drove from Rhode Island to Georgia. He presented his friends with the watercolor; painted from memory, in memory of a special house which touched his life as well. It remains a treasured keepsake. They loved him then as they love him now.
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one night I was trying to find something to watch and I came across a movie, "a haunting in Ga." as I sat and watched it, I could not help but notice that so much of book one was nearly word for word of that movie. can two cases be that much alike? the same stuff? same way it happened?
is that possible? well, it kinda ruined me reading book 2. I paid alot for both books, and I kinda feel like I wasted my money. I didn't feel like that till I happened to watch that movie, and I felt like it was just a copy. made me feel stupid for believing book one. I'm not saying things didn't happen, all I'm saying is, maybe stuff was added to make it more interesting and to sell books and a movie.
This book changed me on a deeper level. A few of the situations really got me thinking about our existence, spirituality, and realms we do not understand. Are we all connected in some way? Should we have more peace within ourselves knowing that things in our lives are as they should be, no matter how difficult? I don't know, but I know it took me to a deeper level of awareness.
I loved the Perron family. I was sad that the parents were becoming distant and I felt that some of the father's behavior, especially after the seance, may have been due to the evil presence. I guess the family did not see this, though I don't understand how they could not.
I sadly wondered if some of the spirits needed their mysteries to be solved to find peace. I felt that the Seven dead soldiers in the wall were crying out for help and the little boy too. Are their bodies buried somewhere on the property and need to be discovered for proper burial in order to cross over? I felt they needed help in some way, but did not receive it. The family did not get the proper help, if there was any, for themselves and the spirits. Though I did wonder what would have happened if the seance had not been stopped. Oh, and Mrs. Warren, please give Carolyn back all of her research!
As another reviewer stated, I too felt a connection to this family and the farm. I totally understand our connection to nature. Makes me want to packs my bags and move to the country!
I felt that fate brought the Perron family to live in the house for reasons that may never be clear. But I do believe that everything happens for a reason and this was meant for them.
Finally, I have to say, that I enjoyed the movie, but it was not like the book. It lacks the depth and ALOT is missing and off the mark.
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This is a book for those cold nights when you feel the tingle in the air and the hairs on the back...Read more
The father,Roger, was too much to Believe after a while.