The only way
A home provides more than comfort and shelter. It stores memories...and hides secrets. Divorcee Caitlin Stoller and her children recently moved into a charming old Tudor-style house in the coastal town of Echo, Washington. The place was a bargain, but as weeks pass, Caitlin starts receiving messages - first friendly, then unsettling, hinting at the property's dark past.
You'll stay alive
Caitlin's teenage daughter, Lindsay, isn't fitting in at school. To make matters worse, there are stories about local high school students who've disappeared without a trace - all star athletes, like Lindsay. Then there are the rumors that their new home is cursed. Caitlin doesn't want to believe the whispers, but something strange is going on. Personal items go missing, and there are too many accidents....
Is if he never finds you
The Watcher knows how to get inside the Stollers' home - and inside their heads. The rumors are true, but the full horror is even worse. There's no escaping the nightmare that started here long ago, and no place to hide from a killer who knows exactly how this story will end....
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Fast Paced Suspense...
Jonathan Yen does a very good job narrating. I have listened to him before and find his voice easy and pleasant to listen to.
I am a huge fan of Kevin O'Brien. However if you have never listened to anything else that he has written I would like to suggest that you start with one of his other books like Unspeakable, The Next To Die or Tell Me You're Sorry. Again, this is a good book but he has written better.
This book has two stories going on. The first is a house that comes with it's very own malicious stalker and has been terrorizing it's residents for years. The second is about high school athletes who have been getting abducted over the course of a few years.
The two plots seem to be independent but converge almost at the end. I was able to correctly guess who and why, so there is some predictability.
I did like this book and would definitely recommend it.
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