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Reviewed by Michelle Randall for Readers' Favorite
This last project is pretty important to everyone involved; Dale, Lucy and Mr. Machen. Dale's been doing pretty well in his classes so this final article could be what lands him a good job. That is why he picked Sker House, that and to spend some time away with Lucy, but she's acting a little funny. Lucy has been slacking lately; she knows it and her teachers know it, so her work on this project had better be brilliant or she risks failing this class, she's already been told. Business isn't booming at Sker House, in fact Dale and Lucy are the only guests. Machen is worried, because he's sunk all his savings into buying and working on this place. The place is just a bit haunted, well, more than a bit and, with the help of Dale and Lucy, Old Rolly and the cook and barmaid, they may just have a chance of saving the hotel. Author C.M. Saunders has done a wonderful job of making you feel like you can see the Welsh countryside where Sker House is, the cliffs and the sea, and the old house and the despair and need to make things right.
As you read Sker House, you are pulled into a story that feels as if this collection of people are here for a purpose, that things wouldn't work with any other collection of people; it had to be this certain set, these people were the special ones to fix the errors of the past and save Sker House. Author C.M. Saunders has woven a tale of magic, greed, misdeeds and the payment for those deeds. The spirits are left behind to help, and the evil demons are left behind to prevent anyone from interfering until this group came along. This is a great book for readers of all ages; there is no sex, no violence, and if there is language it was in Welsh and I didn't realize it.