Merryweather Lodge

Ancient Revenge

Fiction - Suspense
248 Pages
Reviewed on 01/15/2012
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Author Biography

Pauline grew in Southeast England, in a coal mining village lovingly nicknamed, “The place that time forgot.” She immigrated to Canada when she was 21 in search of adventure and a new life. She currently lives in Alberta with her sports crazy husband, adorable Sheltie dog and cantankerous ginger cat. She is the proud mother of two grown children.
Pauline has written two children’s books and has twenty five published articles. Her latest book Merryweather Lodge – Ancient Revenge (the first of a trilogy) is described by reviewers as “A real adventure and page turner. Not many authors can build up tension like she does.” “As scary as The Glass House, as mesmerizing as Eye of the Beholder, and as gripping as Don’t Say A word.” “Spine-tingling, touching and purely captivating! I’d love to see this as a movie.” “This author paints each page with fantasy, colorful characters, and haunting events that would light up a movie screen.”

    Book Review

Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite

While visiting her aunt and uncle, 14-year-old Emily discovered two ghosts living in their quaint little cottage near Stonehenge. One ghost was a young girl. The other ghost appeared to be evil, taunted her during her visit and left her feeling threatened. No one believed Emily except for a teenage neighbor, Jonathan. Emily was determined to learn more about the ghosts. Five years later Emily returned to the cottage to try to solve the mystery. She was reunited with Jonathan and there was romance in the air.

This book was hard to put down. It was easy to connect to the characters; I felt as if I was right there with them. This tale is full of mystery, suspense and paranormal attributes, from magic, sorcery, ghosts, love and romance, to reincarnation. This is the first book in a new trilogy by the author. It is an edge-of-your-seat thriller that will stay with you long into the night. If you are looking for a good thriller, then look no further. Grab a copy, turn on the light and close the drapes.

Pauline Holyoak

Thank you for reviewing my book. So glad you enjoyed it.