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Reviewed in the United States on December 23, 2020
This was a quick little prequel to the subsequent Ghostland novels.
Being a prequel it was a fast read and it introduced an interesting house of horrors... a moving house that when not witnessed, interiors tend to shift consistently. Walls, windows, furniture.
Add to that suspicious disappearances and or deaths, it has the makings of a gripping tale.
Since it was a short story, meant to introduce the following books, it was quick to the point and quick to end and while it kept my attention, reading the first chapters to the Ghostland series that were an added bonus at the end of the book didn't really hold my interest as much.
Maybe, if it crosses my path at a later date, I will be more receptive to reading that series, but for now, it's not something I wish to pursue, defeating the purpose of the prequel in the first place.