Thursday, 25 August 2016

The Dead Girls of Hysteria Hall by Katie Alender

The Dead Girls of Hysteria Hall
Blurb (from Goodreads):
In this asylum, your mind plays tricks on you all the time…

Delia’s new house isn’t just a house. Long ago, it was the Piven Institute for the Care and Correction of Troubled Females—an insane asylum nicknamed “Hysteria Hall.” However, many of the inmates were not insane, just defiant and strong willed. Kind of like Delia herself.

But the house still wants to keep “troubled” girls locked away. So, in the most horrifying way, Delia gets trapped.

And that’s when she learns that the house is also haunted.

Ghost girls wander the halls in their old-fashioned nightgowns. A handsome ghost boy named Theo roams the grounds. Delia finds that all the spirits are unsettled and full of dark secrets. The house, as well, harbors shocking truths within its walls—truths that only Delia can uncover, and that may set her free.

But she’ll need to act quickly, before the house’s power overtakes everything she loves.

From master of suspense Katie Alender comes a riveting tale of twisted memories and betrayals, and the meaning of madness.

The Dead Girls of Hysteria Hall by Katie Alender

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The Dead Girls of Hysteria HallThis wasn’t a bad story, but I did feel quite bored whilst reading it.

I felt quite sorry for Delia, what happened to her wasn’t very fair, and having to then try to save the lives of the rest of her family was a tall order too.

The storyline in this was about Delia inheriting an old mansion which had once housed ‘hysterical’ females, and also inheriting the ghosts that haunted the place. I did find the pace in this quite slow though, and I felt bored during the majority of the book.

The ending to this was okay, and it ended fairly happily really.

6 out of 10.

1 comment:

  1. Hello, I'm considering to buy this book for a while now. But I haven’t read any book with a paranormal/horror/mystery plot for a while now and I’m not sure if this is a good one. I don’t want my free time on boring books, so I hoped that you can help me.

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