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Blurb (from Goodreads):
Some curses grow stronger with time…People say that all Cornish inns are haunted, but the Waterwitch’s history is particularly chilling. Built from the salvaged timber of a cursed ship, the guest house’s dark secrets go further back than anyone can remember.
Emma is permanently confined to a wheelchair after an accident at the Waterwitch which took place when she was ten. Seven years later, she decides to return to the place where the awful event occurred. But the ancient inn still has its ghosts, and one particular spirit is more vengeful than ever…
A chilling new title in the Red Eye horror series from the author of Frozen Charlotte.
My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars
Unfortunately, like the previous book in this series, this one just did not hold my attention well at all. There were a couple of moments that could have been creepy (highlight to view spoiler - Shell pulling a feather out of her eye, and Emma having her wheelchair pushed by a ghost ) but overall I struggled to get through this one.[ Shell pulling a feather out of her eye, and Emma having her wheelchair pushed by a ghost (hide spoiler)]
5 out of 10