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Amazon #1 Bestseller in both Supernatural and Unexplained mystery categories in both U.K and U.S "G L Davies has written an amazing account of what seems to be a real haunted house! I was riveted to every page, I hope the book will be made into a movie some day" URI GELLER A most haunted house is the worldwide bestseller based on a true and terrifying account of a prolificAmazon #1 Bestseller in both Supernatural and Unexplained mystery categories in both U.K and U.S "G L Davies has written an amazing account of what seems to be a real haunted house! I was riveted to every page, I hope the book will be made into a movie some day" URI GELLER A most haunted house is the worldwide bestseller based on a true and terrifying account of a prolific and aggressive haunting in a small Welsh town in West Wales. Seen as controversial and sparking debate between skeptics and believers alike due to the ferocity and intensity of the haunting, A most haunted house is the grim eye witness account of a young couple fighting to keep their new home and each other as an entity tears their world apart. After an introduction by Investigator and paranormal re-searcher G L Davies , A most haunted house is a series of transcripts from the people involved that spans the three months that the haunting took place. Starting with almost small and mundane incidents and climaxing with the haunting reaching it's full and terrifying ferocity. Described as chilling and disturbing by some and thought provoking by others this is one novel that is a must for those interested in the Paranormal. A most haunted house invites you the reader to decide for yourself on what truly happened at this home. Should this be true, then there are unknown forces that we cannot combat in this world. A most haunted house has been #1 in both the Unexplained mystery and Supernatural categories on Kindle and has topped the charts since it's release. Read today and join, as thousands already have, a journey into fear and the unknown. What will you discover at A MOST HAUNTED HOUSE? Visit for more paranormal investigations ...

Title : a most haunted house
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ISBN : 19037564
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Number of Pages : 97 Pages
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a most haunted house Reviews

  • Angie Rhodes
    2019-03-29 14:06

    This , was recommended to ,me, by a cousin. and it didn't disappoint. Though only a slim book, it is scary, Emma and John (not their real names,) move into a terraced house in Wales, it looked a normal house, and even though the owner dropped twenty thousand off the original price, and couldn't wait to get rid of it, they thought nothing of it, but they should of.First it was little things, catching a shadow out of the corner of the eye, things being moved, then , the footsteps, oh God the footsteps. coming up the stairs and stopping right outside the bedroom door! Slowly things got worse.Even if you are a non believer , this will have you wanting to leave the lights on,, A true tale of a vile haunting!

  • Amy Barcello
    2019-04-21 12:19

    I decided to read this because my boyfriend knows the author and assured me it was a nice little read. I have to say, it scared me! I was scared in the beginning before hardly anything had happened, let alone the rest! I was disappointed by the ending, but this is a true story so it couldn't have been written any other way. Not only did I enjoy the transcripts of what happened but I enjoyed how it was written, even though I'll be sleeping with my light on this evening, it was worth it!

  • Shawn
    2019-04-04 16:21

    I was so enjoying this quick read. It is easy to understand and spooky. That is until Sarah (the female protagonist) goes into cold bitch mode then I spent the remainder of the story hating her worse and worse. She totally knocked this story down a star cuz she turns my enjoyable creepy feelings into just being pissed off. But outstanding story telling Mr. Davies

  • Saskia 'follow my shoes' Smith
    2019-04-03 14:00

    A good book but full or grammar errors and typos. I love a good haunting read but this seemed a bit far fetched in some parts. It wasn't as scary as I hoped but this could be down to the grammar distracting the story, I also,found the story to be one sided; his view, though I couldn't warm to her by the end of the book, makes me wonder if she played a part in it all to get rid of him.

  • Deanne
    2019-03-23 13:02

    Often wonder why people stay in houses with an atmosphere, then I remember Grandma who lived in a terraced house in Leicester which had an atmosphere of it's own. The family moved in in 1940 and we went to live with her in 1985, finally leaving in 1989.Spooky story but no pictures which would have added to the story.

  • Lee David
    2019-03-27 13:10

    A well written and engaging read. It actually made me not want to turn off the light before bed. More subtle than the brutal Ghost sex: The violation but it's the fact that you are brought into a very private and personal world that makes it so much more compelling. I would love to see this made into a movie as it would be about people and how they are effected and not CGI ghosts and monsters. Good luck trying to sleep after this one. Great read.

  • Chuck
    2019-03-23 16:17

    4-starsThis was a fantastic short story. And by "fantastic" I mean it's the PERFECT book to spook you at 3AM. You know when you have to remind yourself you don't believe in demons and devils and ghosts and whatnot, it got ya. It sure got me.

  • Loretta Moore
    2019-04-13 16:54

    Good bookI really enjoyed this book. I believe every word of it. The only critique I have is there was no proofreading done. For this reason it was very difficult to read. If you publish another book would love to read it, but please have a proofreader have a go at it first.

  • Sarah Black
    2019-04-18 11:55

    Loved this book, was short but straight to the point, very well written and made even better as it's a true story and based 5mins away from where I live. Not usually into horror or paranormal books but really enjoyed this. Look forward to more from this author!! x

  • Lisa Whitehouse
    2019-04-19 16:56

    Totally chilling. Real accounts from victims of a haunted house. If you scare easily do not read this at night!!5 stars!!

  • Eiain
    2019-03-25 14:00

    Good read, interesting to see what people have been through, and it was nice that the author decided to let the reader make up their own mind, and not push them into a corner.

  • Nicole Layhue
    2019-04-16 13:13

    Loved itI really enjoyed reading this book,I believe in the paranormal,and this is just another example of life after death. Awesome!!!!

  • Maxine
    2019-04-06 11:09

    This purports to be a true story of the most terrifying kind. It didn't terrify me, but it was interesting. The story of the haunting itself lead me shout "don't these people have satellite TV" ( and yes they did- it's part of the story), a ten minute cruise through satellite channels would bring up half a dozen or so true life Ghost hunting shows that would a) give them ideas how to sort it out (they didn't seem to have a clue), and b) show them that things could be much worse!Don't get me wrong I wouldn't be happy to live with what they lived with- but is anyone this day and age that clueless?For me what was more interesting was how the relationship broke down under the stress, that side of the story was very sad, and well written.All in all , I liked the way it was written, but felt that it fell down on the fear factor.

  • LeaCornell
    2019-04-14 15:22

    I enjoyed the feel of this book and how the story was told through the words and memories of the couple involved. The author did a great job of investigating and tracking down the right people to speak to and I enjoyed the research that went into the book about the location. I know the author is very open about keeping the details of location and identities of those involved a secret and that is to be respected. I was saddened to hear how the owner of the house moved on, by not telling anyone who rents the house of what has occurred. I feel that keeping this a secret is just as awful as it was when it was done to them. It was really her personality that changed, not his. She became a completely different person and took some of the negativity with her while turning her back on her partner. Maybe it was her who caused more events by her negative attitude? Never know.

  • Giselle Scotdeerie
    2019-04-13 10:14

    Short and honest readThis was an unusual way to tell the story but I rather enjoyed hearing one person's comments followed immediately by the other people involved. I found the tale to be simply stated, not sensationally presented and believable by virtue of it's understatement. Someday when I write my stories down I hope to write them as clearly and as credibly.

  • Louis
    2019-04-04 11:59

    The author's approach to this book is one that I wish other paranormal investigators would take, one of both skepticism and open mindedness. I am personally one who tends to believe in paranormal phenomenon, including haunted houses, although I have never had any personal experiences to really develop a firm belief. This book is both entertaining and thought provoking regardless of what you believe about the paranormal.Pembrokeshire is a fascinating region of Wales in general, and had a reputation for hauntings and other paranormal phenomenon. G.L. Davies incorporates transcripts of individuals who experienced a haunting in a house in this region of Wales. The story is gripping in how those involved experienced strange phenomenon that intensified over time and went from minor incidents to truly frightening ones. I read the ebook on Kindle Unlimited, but for the low price of the paperback ($5.39 as I write this), I plan to pick up a physical copy.

  • Julia Coppage
    2019-04-16 15:58

    Be aware: This is a NOVELI state that outright because I was not aware of it until I noticed the word "novel" while skimming the closing credits of the book. After reviewing the original description, it does state that it is a novel, but only once and I missed it, so I read this thinking it was factual. For me, that changes reading perspective. So be aware.The story is well written, gripping, the events harrowing and very frightening. The author's use of transcripts interspersed with author notes and comments is quite effective and adds to the nonfiction, documentary feel of the book. The book is solely about the haunting so we don't have character development, scenery, etc nor are they needed . It is fast paced and rarely lags. My sole issue is with our heroine, whom I found to be a selfish, self-centered, monopolistic, slutty cow lacking in empathy, kindness, human decency, or even plain fair play. But the book is great!Highly recommended haunted house story.

  • Will Hoover
    2019-04-11 11:10

    Wow! What an wonderful book! I absolutely could not put it down. Of course, a ton of book reviewers say they couldn't put this or that book down (and although I rarely find that I really have all that much trouble to put a lot of books down), A Most Haunted House, by G.L. Davies, was definitely one of those rare instances where my eyes were absolutely, totally and completely riveted to the printed page from beginning to end.There are no chapters to speak of in the book, and the author really only makes an appearance at the beginning and the end, so the vast majority of the story is told in the first person narrative, by the couple who lived in that most haunted house referred to in the title. There is absolutely no need for chapters or other niceties however, as the good scary stuff kicks in almost immediately, the narrative flows effortlessly, and best of all, the eery momentum keeps the reader turning the pages until the very last spooky period at the end of the very last spooky sentence.But is it really all that scary? Hmm. Well, I read an awful lot of ghost stories, so I wouldn't say it's the most frightening book about the paranormal that I've personally ever encountered. But there are definitely some genuinely creepy moments, especially near the end. So don't say I didn't warn ya!All in all, this really is a wonderfully chilling true ghost story, and I would highly recommend it to almost anyone. Well... not to most arrogant, prejudiced "skeptic" types, of course. And it's definitely not a good book for young children. Or anyone who is easily frightened, of course. But most inquisitive readers with an open mind couldn't help but be left pondering some very deep questions about what really happens to human consciousness after death, after reading a truly haunting tale like A Most Haunted House. Great book! And surely, one that will not soon be forgotten. And really... how can anyone ask for much more from any book?

  • Peach Berry
    2019-04-18 09:54

    Another read on audiobook and, sadly, the terrible narration made for some awkward and difficult reading of what was essentially a transcript. The story itself presents really interesting scenarios based on accounts by a young couple, who claim to have been plagued by evil spirits in a house they bought in Wales.This makes for a quick and quite scary read - but there is much more to the story and I did feel quite disappointed with the lack of investigation results or even theories. I do, however, urge you to listen right through to the end, the final part may just stay with you for weeks!

  • Nem Rowan
    2019-03-31 16:15

    This book is quite short so I read it in one evening, but I thoroughly enjoyed what I felt to be an honest and genuine account of a haunting. I liked that the author organised the two separate interviews into a chronological order so that both ran alongside each other in small segments. There were a few small editorial errors but nothing that subtracted from the writing or caused any annoyance. There were a couple of hair-raising moments that made feel quite creeped out! This is definitely a true ghost story that I would recommend to friends.

  • Linda Kendall-thompson
    2019-03-27 11:14

    Matter of Fact Approach to a Frightening ExperienceThis non-fiction story is interesting. The way the author presents the case and the personal accounts without typical paranormal hype and melodrama is very refreshing. Fast, enjoyable read.

  • Aaron Badgley
    2019-04-07 10:58

    Very short, but very effective book. I was quite scared while I read it, and my heart went out to "john", who seemed to suffer from the effects of the house.One word of warning, it scared me and I started reading late at night, which I wish I had not done.

  • Debbie
    2019-04-08 17:56

    A haunting tale told by those whom experienced it.This book takes less than an hour and a half to read. The author has the people whom experience the haunting tell it in there own words. I did enjoy going back and forth with the people telling it in their own words.

  • Lona
    2019-04-16 12:53

    Fast and interestingGood, quick read. This is an account from victims of a haunting, with no embellishments at all. Not necessarily a "ghost story", but rather a forthright retelling of events that makes you think.

  • Kelley Bell
    2019-04-16 17:12

    Not really impressed.Not really seemed it was more about their relationship than what happened. I wasn't that impressed. it wasn't scary at all.

  • Megan A Bolton
    2019-04-20 12:12

    Interesting storyI enjoyed this story. It was very believable. The style of writing by the author in publishing the interviews with those involved gives you insight into how they were really affected by the haunting.

  • Mj
    2019-04-16 16:20

    terrible!I can't believe I wasted my time reading this terribly boring book. The way it was written, going back and forth between the two people. Basically repeating the same account was ineffective and repetitive. Ugh! No wonder it was free

  • Lisa F. Smith
    2019-04-16 13:14

    Intense, thought-provoking, and compellingThis book merits all 5 stars. I am a big fan of "true" stories of hauntings, and like the show "A Haunting", this book gets straight to the point, and stays there. I look forward to reading more from this author. Can't wait!

  • Aurora
    2019-04-23 09:58

    Had almost nothing to do with being a "ghost" story and was mainly about what a b**ch Sarah was as far as I could tell. Hard to enjoy a scary story when it drags on so much and I keep hoping the ghost will push her down the stairs.

  • Uzma
    2019-04-05 10:14

    Scary as heckWell written ans believable. I have had unexplained phenomenon and activities in my house. Myself and visitors have had experiences .