When Ritchie Naughton, amateur photographer, stumbles upon a house in the woods, strange things start happening. His camera captures images that should not exist, things that cannot be explained. Soon, he'll realize that the people of Red River, New Jersey, are in terrible danger. A darkness grows within the house, threatening them all.
The House of Mirrors is open, and once you see yourself in, there's no way out...
In the House of Mirrors is a supernatural thriller recommended for fans of Peter Straub and Robert McCammon.
"The story is suspenseful, fast-paced and gets more and more interesting as you go. Plus, it's got satanic cults, demonic forces, sadistic murderers, dark magic, and even a few laughs. What more could you ask for?" (Jack Campisi, co-host of the Monster Men Podcast)
"Holy crap, this book has everything!" (Hunter Shea, author of Sinister Entity and Swamp Monster Massacre)
"Tim Meyer has woven a fine tale of horror. Equipped with a dose of devil worship and cultic practices with just a small taste of humor, the novel catches the reader's attention with ease." (Vitina Molgaard, HorrorNovelReviews.com)
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The House of Mirrors: Doorway to Horror!
I would listen to the House of Mirrors again because the plot has many twists and turns, and the narrator is extremely gifted.
The best part of the story is when Richie enters the mirror, the gateway, to another world. The description that ensues is mind-boggling and horrifying.
The Soliloquy Man is exceptionally talented and makes the story his. Each character he portrays is unique and believable. This piece is no exception.
I would have liked to, but if you know my living situation you'd know it's nearly impossible to accomplish.
Listen to it! I promise you won't be disappointed!
- Susan M Stringer
Too Bad To Finish
This was one of the very few audible books I could not finish. The reading performance was very awkwardly done with so much emphasis on so many words. It was difficult to listen to. The story line was not easily believed because there were no rhyme or reason to the paranormal happenings. The plot did not progress in a way that made you want to continue to read.
- Linda E. Lawrence