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In House of spines Michael Malone achieves a heady mix of contemporary and more traditional Gothic themes. Ranald McGee is a struggling young writer with a dark and troubled past. He carries with him enormous mental baggage as a result and even everyday life can be a challenge to him. Only medication can keep him on an even keel now. A death in a family he doesn’t know existed then pitches him into a complex inheritance with yes, you guessed it, a creepy old house with a sinister past at the heart of it. What follows is then a complete mind funk of events as Ran struggles to separate what might be real from what’s supernatural from what is merely a product of his over-heated brain.
I enjoyed the characters and they were voiced very well by David Elliot who is a new narrator to me, in fact this appears to be his Audible debut. Be warned I’m a sucker for a Celtic accent but I’d certainly be happy to listen to more from him.
I think if a mix of family drama, psychological thriller, Gothic supernatural and even a light touch of romance is up your street then this is a book to have on your list. The only caution I’d make is that if you are looking for a book to deliver just one of those things this might frustrate as it does mix the genres to an extent.
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could listen to the narrator all day. He was outstanding. would listen to any book read by him.
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