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    Relatively dead

    Didn't enjoy book. Slow read
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    Relatively Dead

    It was a good book but could have been great. It ended abruptly with no explanation regarding the reason Abby was seeing her dead relatives nor what the were trying to tell her. I do not believe the author throughly thought out how the ghost part of her story should play out nor the proper ending to thestory either. It ended as if he fell off a cliff
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    Pleasant enough, not real interesting

    I read this when I did, because right then I'd wanted a cozy mystery/paranormal romance type story.. I didn't want violence nor much pathos, or horror. And it was definitely non-upsetting as I'd wanted. The storyline includes a historical enigma of sorts, that surprises Abby, a lonely young woman who's moved to New England with her rather overbearing fiancé . While on a guided tour of historical houses. though, Abby has a strange "experience"(?) that seems too fanciful to share with anyone-they'd think she was seeing things! (And is she?) I won't give away the story, but slowly we realize there may be spirits in one old house...but, there's more to it than that isn't there...? One odd "vision" ( dream?)can be explained away, after all she was sleepy and light-headed that day- but then she has another "experience". And then more strange sights and images, but they're not even in that antique house now! And why the heck would this be happening to her now, anyway? To make it worse Abby's fiancé is neither interested nor helpful! Luckily, there's a new friend who doesn't laugh or avoid her, after Abby explains what she (may have) seen. Yet there's still more to Abby's visions and with her new friend than she knows at first. OK -historical houses, their stories- including, possibly, spirits?- Is just the sort of thing I enjoy- I'm interested in all of those things separately or together! I'm sorry though to have to admit that this entire story did *not* interest me much at all. I know others loved this book..! For me, though, it was way too dull. I didn't want ugliness and nightmarish images this read-and I *didn't* have to endure them :-) But a little excitement..some spice- or even strong flavor!-would have been nice. :-/ I don't like to say a book is dull. So I'll simply say that I just didn't connect with this one much.
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    Relatively Dead

    The constant repetitive reviewing of the facts every step of the way is annoying. Is it just to fill up space? I won't bother with this writer or those who gave a glowing review.
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