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Meany by [Monellon, Peazy]
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Length: 354 pages

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Scary, Creepy, Wonderful
Make sure you have a nightlight before you start this creepy, well-written thrill ride. Peazy Monellon is one to watch.
Published 5 months ago by Anthony P. Miller


Captivating, January 19, 2012
By 
k Sand - See all my reviews
This review is from: Meany (Paperback)
Started reading and couldn't stop. With each word, the story came to life in my mind and I couldn't wait to hear more. Multifaceted work--a ghost story, a treatment on humanity and its capacity for cruelty and for never giving up on a new day.

Taut, Creepy and Impossible to Put Down 
By 
J.C. Mogensen This is definitely a "one more chapter book," as in "just one more chapter before I go to bed." Next thing you know, it's 2AM and you're knee-deep in thrills and turning the page as fast as you can...I highly recommend it, but plan on being tired the day after you get it.

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Promise to my readers:  No animals were harmed in the writing of this book!

Product Details

  • File Size: 353 KB
  • Print Length: 354 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0615544045
  • Publisher: Brother Maynard Publishing (September 20, 2011)
  • Publication Date: September 20, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005OGX5ZW
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #537,921 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is definitely a "one more chapter book," as in "just one more chapter before I go to bed." Next thing you know, it's 2AM and you're knee-deep in thrills and turning the page as fast as you can. The horror, the characters, the pacing - everything is so well-crafted it's hard to believe this is the first book by Peazy Monellon. I highly recommend it, but plan on being tired the day after you get it.
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By Donette on January 19, 2012
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Loved this book! A great story that was pure entertainment and held my attention from page one. I will definitely be looking for more books from this same author....keep 'em coming!
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Extremely basic synopsis for those not wanting to read my entire review: It feels like the author had several ideas for excellent horror books and tried to fit ALL those ideas into one novel, with some negative results.

If you are still reading, then here is the detailed review. This book does not quite live up to all of the hype in my opinion; however, I don't dislike it either. It is an average book that could have been great but fell short in places. There are some inconsistencies with some of the characters, some plot elements require the reader to suspend belief beyond a comfortable range, and at times, too many subplots are happening at once which muddles the story line.

The inconsistencies with some of the characters: the two little girls act and think as one would expect two little girls to act and think, but not consistently. At times, they showed a teenage to adult comprehension with both their thought processes and actions. Because of this, I was unable to form a clear picture in my mind of what these girls 'look' like. That's problematic for any reader when they are unable to really visualize a character. The author did do a good job with the development of the other major characters to her credit; however, as the story really revolves around the two little girls, it's these characters that the readers need to connect with the most.

As for suspension of belief beyond a comfortable range. Native American culture, regardless of tribe, is not vengeful, spiteful or evil in nature.
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This was a very interesting, didn't want to put it down kind of story. I am quite impressed that it is from a first time author. I believe there is a lot of potentially great books coming our way from Peazy and I will definitely keep an eye out for more of her writing.
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This was a good book, it is well written and interesting, however I was expecting a cozy horror/haunting story. Though it is about a haunted house, I would not consider this "cozy". The first half of the book contains graphic details of child and animal abuse, so I would not suggest this book to people that are sensitive to that subject. The second half of the book was not so bad and all in all I will give this book four stars out of five.
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I could not put this book down! Amazing book for a first time author! I don't know what it is but reading horror through a child's eyes makes everything so much creepier. Watch out for this up and coming author, Peazy Monellon!
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Not only is this an interesting, pulls you in and grabs you story, it has great imagination and is very artfully written! I truly missed the characters for days after finishing the book. This author is definitely one that I plan to follow.
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This is a book you do not read before going to bed! Unless you are okay with dreaming about Indian Ghosts and crazy fathers and sweet little girls you want to protect to the ends of the earth. Just don't drink the water on this farm! before saying good night and traveling down that path of weird and crazy. Sad thing is, I truly believe this is how it was (and may still be in some homes) for some children. I just so wanted to reach through the pages of this book and tear this dad a new one each time he even spoke to his children. And the horror the eldest took! Oh my goodness. It is a wonder she got out of this one alive. I just could never figure what the cover art meant who is that supposed to be? That does not depict the children. It does not depict the creep either that comes in and makes their lives miserable. BUT it got my attention and was creepy enough that I bought the book sooooo it worked. Anywho. This book is down right creepy and will give you the willy's good thing we don't have basements or cellars where I live. We do have Indian's though and plenty of old folk lore to go with it. So with the knowledge of the abuse I have seen and heard about and with the enough reading of Ghosts etc. This one was well written, the characters well described and drawn out. You never got lost and it made sense where this story took you. It was inventive and just creepy enough. I really liked it and highly recommend it! I will post the same on my goodreads account to spread the word! Great book!....Hope to see more from this author they obviously know how to spin a pretty good story! Thank you for keeping me up a couple of nights.
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