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  • A hauntingly good scare of a read!

    “I can’t sleep…” Daniel Price finally has it all—loving family, successful writing career and moving into their dream house. But in the blink of an eye, tragedy strikes, and Daniel finds himself a single father picking up the pieces and trying to move on for the sake of his daughter, Caitlyn. But his dream home suddenly starts taking on a life of it’s own…whispers in the dark, shadows that resemble something more, and nightmares that plague Daniel to the point of exhaustion. When Caitlyn begins to insist her imaginary friend is real, Daniel starts investigating the history of the house, and discovering the dark secrets hidden within Nightingale House… As a lover of anything haunted house/paranormal related, I’m thrilled to say that Nightingale House did not leave me wanting for a good scare! From the beginning pages, I was captivated till the very end! Steve Frech just got promoted to my must-read author list! Highly recommend! **I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received via NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own. **

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  • Don't read this at night!

    Do not start reading this at night! It’s an old fashioned ghost story and one of the best. It should definitely be made into a movie and, since 5 stars is the most I can give, Nightingale House gets 5 supernatural stars. After the tragic death of his wife Nicole, writer Daniel Price and his daughter Caitlyn move into the stately, historical Nightingale House for a new start. Daniel is looking forward to using the “writer’s room” in the house and hoping the Caitlyn will quickly make friends in her new school. From the first night, things go terribly wrong. Daniel can’t sleep in the master bedroom and takes to the sofa downstairs. Caitlyn’s only new friend is the mysterious, somewhat vindictive Katherine. The slowly building suspense in the story is cut by a more than a century old diary written by the young daughter of the town pharmacist describing small town life and her girlish dreams. And the suspense does build! Desperate to protect his daughter, Daniel tries to understand the evil that lives in Nightingale House. Until the final pages, it eludes him. Fueled by grief, murder, betrayal and hope, Nightingale House is a great read, a book you won’t want or be able to put down. Enjoy! Thanks to NetGalley, HQ Digital and Steve Frech for this ARC.

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  • Great book about a haunted house

    This ARC was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This is the story of a father and his eight-year old daughter that move into an old house with a history of its own. This is interspersed with diary entries from 1900. These entries and the present day story intertwine. This is the story of a haunted house, and what led to the events of the previous owners not leaving. The ending was a page-turner for me. I like some stories about haunted houses and this one fit. It wasn't too terribly creepy or scary.

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  • thrilling, with a brilliant writing

    ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Nightingale house by Steve Frech is your classical suspenseful horror story. If the shining and the woman in black had a baby it would be this novel. Daniel Price has freshly become a best selling novelist. To compensate for many years of leaving in a small apartment with Nicole, his lifelong partner, and their daughter Caitlyn, he's decided to buy a bigger and nicer house. On the outskirts of Kingsbrook, and grazing the shore of Willow Lake, was located their dream house: the nightingale house. Upon their first visit, they were bewitched by the beauty of the Queen-Anne styled Mini mansion. And they've instantly decided to make the buy. Life seemed to smile to them, until later that same night a fatal traffic collision, where they've lost Nicole, had shifted their cheerful existence to the dark side. After their recovery, Daniel took his child and carried out with moving. Now they have to adjust not only to Nicole's death but to their new house, which now does not seem as welcoming as before. Soon Caitlyn is talking to an imaginary friend and Daniel is having the most vivid nightmares and seeing unexplainable shadows. The novel has a sharply constructed storyline, written primarily from the point of view of Daniel, with extract of a journal. (Rebecca's) The descriptions were brilliantly striking, explicit but never boring. Everything about the house, the surrounding nature, and the town were almost rigorously illustrated. It certainly gives a catalyst to your imagination to fully visualize the horror scenes. Frech has also a great talent for outlining emotions as well. I was submerged into Daniel's suffering and the constant doubting of his new situation as a single parent. His gradual descent into madness was an epic development, especially the swimming in the Lake part. I was fascinated by that scene, I kept rereading it. Truly brilliant writing. I'm a sucker for well-built descriptions, that's one of my favorite things about this novel. I just wanted to read the whole thing in one day. But I also wanted to enjoy every chapter. I'm really happy I've stumbled upon Steve Frech, I'm definitely adding Dark Hollows to my TBR list. Many thanks to Netgalley, HQ Digital and the author for my ARC

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  • Absolutely Amaxing

    All I can say is WOW! What an amazing, can't put it down book! It was the book I've been looking for. This was an amazing read that I am going to recommend to everyone I know! I can not rave about this book enough! I would have easily finished it in a day if I did not have to work. After a full night of work, here I am until 2 am finishing it because it was THAT GOOD! At the beginning of this book I was a little scared. I never thought it was possible but this book made me scared, especially when I was alone. It turned into a story line like no other connecting current times to 1900. All I have left to say is READ THIS BOOK! You will not be disappointed!!!!!

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