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The Haunting of Aaron House

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The Haunting of Aaron House by Joyce Zeller

Paul and Samantha Barlowe didn’t believe in ghosts until they stay in a one hundred fifty-year-old farmhouse in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. While Paul is shooting a historical documentary film for the local tourist bureau, they are visited by two evil ghosts in need of a human couple to grow even stronger. The Barlowes become caught up in ancient folklore and the supernatural, putting their lives in danger. They seek the help of a local “Pow Wow” woman who can cast an ancient spell that will free them.  

 

  • Title: The Haunting of Aaron House
  • Author: Joyce Zeller
  • Publication Date: 10/1/2015
  • ISBN: 978-1-62420-202-5
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In The Haunting of Aaron House, documentary producer Paul Barlowe travels with his wife Sam and son Andy to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Sam is a “sensitive”, and is susceptible to the whims of the ghosts that inhabit the house they are staying in. Zeller does a great job of setting the stage, drawing you into both the real and paranormal history of the area. This book reads one part travelogue for Pennsylvania, one part romance story, and one part haunting. At times, these were a few parts too many, as the overall story seemed to get overtaken by the love interests of a pair of supporting characters. My favorite scenes were when Zeller focused on the haunting. There are some truly frightening sequences, excellently written, that are hard to forget! As a whole, I’d say Zeller’s tale was a fun read, especially around Halloween. I’d recommend this to anyone that enjoys good paranormal fiction, with a little light romance thrown in. Prepare yourself—after reading parts of this book you may not be able to sleep at night! Reviewed by Ron Hartman.

In The Haunting of Aaron House, documentary producer Paul Barlowe travels with his wife Sam and son Andy to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Sam is a “sensitive”, and is susceptible to the whims of the ghosts that inhabit the house they are staying in. Zeller does a great job of setting the stage, drawing you into both the real and paranormal history of the area. This book reads one part travelogue for Pennsylvania, one part romance story, and one part haunting. At times, these were a few parts too many, as the overall story seemed to get overtaken by the love interests of a pair of supporting characters. My favorite scenes were when Zeller focused on the haunting. There are some truly frightening sequences, excellently written, that are hard to forget! As a whole, I’d say Zeller’s tale was a fun read, especially around Halloween. I’d recommend this to anyone that enjoys good paranormal fiction, with a little light romance thrown in. Prepare yourself—after reading parts of this book you may not be able to sleep at night! Reviewed by Ron Hartman.

The Haunting of Aaron House kept my interest from the prologue to the epilogue. A documentary film producer, Paul Barlowe brings his wife, Samantha, and their teenage son, Andy, to Pennsylvania to shoot a documentary on local history of Lancaster County. They rent an old house originally built in the late seventeen hundreds and then a major addition in the mid-eighteen hundreds. Samantha Barlowe learns of horrifying deaths occurring in the farm house over a hundred and fifty years ago. Mysterious sightings, paranormal events and evil embodies the house according to local lore. The Barlowes will be drawn into these events that may affect their lives to a possible point of no return to their normal life. The Haunting of Aaron House kept my interest from the prologue to the epilogue. There was bits of interesting facts and American history throughout the book. The characters are vibrant and some our transformed to a different consciousness due to adversity and/or amorous situations. There is suspense, mystery, horror and romance in this novel. All four are intertwined perfectly by the author. I recommend this novel to readers of mystery, suspense, horror or romance. The reader will be in for an emotional roller coaster ride. Enjoy the read. Reviewed by Greg Didaleusky
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