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Reviewed by Kim Anisi for Readers' Favorite
303 Red Dead Lane by Jordan Deen, Elizabeth Sharp, and Emma Bloom is the story of a house you might not want to live in. 303 Red Lane, called Red Dead Lane by the locals, is a house with a terrible history, and the inhabitants of the house never survive - until a special teenager moves into the house with her family. But how can she go against a force that is not of this plane? How can one girl fight against something that has just gotten stronger over the years after all those other victims?
303 Red Dead Lane by Jordan Deen, Elizabeth Sharp, and Emma Bloom is a story that makes you want to read on and on until you arrive at the end, especially when you are in the last third of the book as you simply don't want to leave the world of the book without knowing that the characters are saved. The book is split in three different parts, with the first and second parts being in the "past" while the third part tells us about the most recent family living in the haunted house. The story is exciting and has a bit of horror in it, but it is not over the top and is quite pleasant to read. If you are looking for a nice "relaxing" horror read that does not take too long to get through, and if you would like just a little bit of a scare, then this book is definitely a good choice.