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The Harvest: Scary Supernatural Horror with Monsters (The Bell Witch Series Book 1) by [Sara Clancy, Scare Street, Kathryn St. John-Shin]

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"Jer?" Mina swallowed thickly to keep her mounting fear from her voice.
In the muted light, she kept a sharp eye on the walls and ceiling, reassuring herself they hadn't moved any closer.
Deep breaths, she reminded herself. Walls don't move. It's just in your head. The doors remained closed, slicing the light into blurred bars.
"Jer, this isn't funny."
"I'm not doing it," Jeremiah replied.
The feeble doors shook as he yanked on the handle.
"Mom! Dad!"
It wasn't Jeremiah's bellow that caught her off guard. It was the clear, razor-sharp fear that cut through each word. Scrambling up onto her knees, she threw her weight against the door, careful to drive her shoulder into the joints. The thin door shook but refused to budge.
It should open. Logic and basic physics dictated it should. Unless something's pushing on the other side.
"Jeremiah, get off the door!"
"I'm not on it! Dad! Hurry!"
Snapping around, Mina checked the walls once more.
They haven't moved. Walls don't move. In defiance of her thoughts, the walls shifted. Every time she looked away or blinked, they lurched closer. Afraid to close her eyes, she slammed both hands against the door, and burrowed her fingers into the grooves between the slats in an attempt to pry them open.
"Open the door!"
"Baby?" Her father's voice echoed toward her as if from a distant place. It was soon lost under the chaos of the others crowding outside the door and her own feral screams.
"Open the door! I can't breathe! Open the door!"
Blood rushed through her ears in a deafening roar. The air grew as thick as tar. What little she could choke down coated her throat and clogged her lungs. Her elbows bashed into the walls as she struggled.
They're too close. Too close.
Static devoured her mind. An almost living buzz, like a swarm of insects were scurrying over the paint and plaster. Cold sweat prickled along her spine. Her hands grew slick as she clawed wildly at the door. The sound of breaking wood was lost under the cries of her family. New slivers of light told her she had broken the slats. Fractured edges sliced into her fingertips as further proof. But the door wouldn't open, and the walls now pushed hard against her shoulders.
"Daddy!" she pleaded. "Please, get me out!"
Dust drifted upon the thick, musky air, barely seen within the muted light. Her vision blurred while her aching muscles became as rigid as stone. All the while, shadows shifted across the slats. Someone demanded they knock down the wall. It was almost lost among her own heavy breathing and the dozens of voices assuring her everything would be okay.
She spotted motion in her peripheral vision. Fingers. Needlelike fingers. Slender and covered with skin so thin the veins and tendons threatened to break free. Fear locked Mina's joints, completely immobilizing her as the impossible hands continued to grow.
Striking like a snake, they turned on her, wrapping around Mina and dragging her back. There wasn't anywhere to go. Her spine struck the far wall with enough force to crack the plaster. Dust gushed down like rain, further distorting the light and detailing the motion of invisible creatures. They scurried around her and then over her legs, crawling up the walls and out of sight. Each time Mina tried to focus on them, to determine their shape and size, the creatures would shake off the dust and completely disappear from sight.
It happened so gradually Mina didn't notice it at first. All the noise from outside the closet drifted away into a series of whispers and sighs. It made the sharp, metallic ping all the louder. The odd notes came without warning, making her jump and push harder back against the wall. It was impossible to move since the sides of the closest were now as narrow as a coffin. Separate notes sped up and joined, becoming a tune. The song of a music box. It drifted to her from the darkness as the ceiling loomed ever closer. The familiar lullaby coursed through her veins like ice water.
Hot, rancid breath gushed over her shoulder. "Come home, Crane. Come home."
Mina screamed. The door burst open, flooding the linen closest with fresh air and light. Thrashing, sobbing, and gulping for air, Mina realized she wasn't stuck in a makeshift casket. Instead, she had somehow crammed herself under the lowest shelf of the closet, wedging her body between the wall and a storage box.
"It's okay, baby," her father said as he grabbed her kicking legs and dragged her out. "Just breathe. You're out now. I have you. Just breathe."
Braced against her father's chest, the rest of her family came in all at once for a singularly crushing hug.
"I'm so sorry, Mina," Jeremiah sobbed. "I didn't see it coming. I'm sorry."
Mina was vaguely aware of her mother snarling, "I told you to watch her."
Her focus was on the music box. She had no memory of picking up the cube that she now clutched in her right hand. But it was there. Solid and real and still playing the lullaby.
"No," her mother whispered.
Jeremiah latched onto her wrist like she was going to be dragged away again at any moment.
"We'll take care of it," her father assured her. "Don't worry. I'll take care of everything."

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B07SXJYHHW
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Scare Street (June 14, 2019)
  • Publication date ‏ : ‎ June 14, 2019
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 948 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage ‏ : ‎ Unlimited
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 207 pages
  • Page numbers source ISBN ‏ : ‎ 1072465663
  • Lending ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
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