--Hayley Knighten, Booksaredelicious.com
"Moreland does an amazing job building tension as the group makes one startling discovery after another upon entering the Blevins House. Just when I think things can't get any creepier, Moreland continues to up the ante with some of the scariest scenes I have ever read, especially when the group comes face to face with the entity responsible for the massacre in 1972. Moreland puts his own unique spin on the witchcraft genre and I think horror fans will love the entity he creates in The Witching House which is pure, unfiltered nightmare fuel." --The Horror Bookshelf
"Moreland's prose is as strong it's ever been here, breathing life into memorable characters and assembling a disastrous wall that's sure to come crumbling down in the pages of The Witching House."
--Matt Molgaard, Horror Novel Reviews
"Witchcraft, sacrifices, an abandoned house and a thing that has hungered for decades set the stage for this must-read expedition to The Witching House. The best advice anyone could offer a visitor is: Don't go in the attic, don't go in the bedrooms, but don't, under any circumstances, go in the basement. You won't come out the same...if you come out at all."
--John Everson, author of NightWhere and Violet Eyes
"The Witching House represents Brian Moreland at his frantic, bloody best. He takes a clutch of highly-sexed characters and their dark secrets, plunges them into a historical house of horrors, and gleefully throws away the key as all hell breaks loose!"
--Frazer Lee, author of The Lamplighters and The Lucifer Glass
"The Witching House starts with fear, moves into terror and ends with a horrific explosion of sensory delights."
--Maynard Sims, author of Stronghold and The Eighth Witch
"For horror fans wanting a healthy dose of the small-town stuff a la Stephen King."
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