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Would you listen to The House again? Why?
I would totally listen to the house one more time, and I’d tell all the people to accompany this book with the audio.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Deacon was a perfect Gavin, his voice translated his personality, his happiness, fears and especially his fears about everything what happened to him.
Have you listened to any of Elizabeth Louise and Deacon Lee ’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I’ve listened to other audios with these two narrators, and somehow they reinvented themselves in The House.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Just the thought of listening all the spooky moments and also the action at the end of it, made me want to start it all over again right now.
Any additional comments?
BOOK AND AUDIOBOOK REVIEW: 5 STARS
Every now and then I like to get out of my comfort zone and read something different. This time it is the turn of Christina Lauren’s new book: The House. I have to confess, I was afraid to read it, but not because of CL’s writing, because I know they are great at it, but because I’m a chicken about HORROR, when I’m watching a horror movie I have my eyes closed half of the movie, so can you imagine how I could read this book? OMG! I was scared to death half of the book, but I kept going because the storyline was so interesting, all the suspense and romance - because yes, there is romance in this book -, and mystery around The House was really spectacular.
This book tells the story of Delilah and Gavin. They had a huge crush on each other since they were kids, and when Delilah was back in town, they started dating, but when all the “normal” stuff of boyfriend & girlfriend had to happen, like meeting the parents and such, that’s when all the suspense started. He didn’t have a normal family, he didn’t live in a regular house, but despite all these unusual - and scary as hell - facts about him, Delilah was always there for him, she accepted everything and tried so hard to find a balance between all the craziness around him.
I was a roller coaster of emotions while reading this book. At first it was so cute, how they started dating, their first kiss, how upfront was Delilah and how unfiltered was Gavin. It was all pretty and nice to read. Then it became more intriguing, when Gavin took Delilah to his house for the first time, or when he wasn’t recognized by the delivery guy from the grocery store. But when “things” started happening to Delilah I WAS REALLY SPOOKED!
It was so cool reading a strong leading girl in this book. Delilah wasn’t only determined to have a relationship with Gavin, no matter how scary things were around his house, but she also was determined to have HIM forever. I loved how she handle everything at the end of the book. She was the heroine of the story and I’m so happy to say that they had their HEA, which was unexpected for me.
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Felt like an adult version maybe ... of Monster House !
All in all it was okay !!
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