A Cry Out of Time: The Esme Chronicles

Overview

On a plane bound for vacation in Oregon, Esme wakes from a dream of a ship wreck so real even upon awakening she still feels she's drowning. The family is heading to the Heceta House, one of the ten most haunted houses in America, and Esme is in for the ride of her life.
Upon arrival at Devil's Elbow and the Heceta House, Esme immediately begins noticing strange things around her. She hears voices, watches in horror as a ship crashes into the ...
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Overview

On a plane bound for vacation in Oregon, Esme wakes from a dream of a ship wreck so real even upon awakening she still feels she's drowning. The family is heading to the Heceta House, one of the ten most haunted houses in America, and Esme is in for the ride of her life.
Upon arrival at Devil's Elbow and the Heceta House, Esme immediately begins noticing strange things around her. She hears voices, watches in horror as a ship crashes into the cliff side, and feels a presence seeking her help.
Is Esme brave enough to help this lost soul? Will she be able to put the pieces to this puzzle together in time? What will she learn about herself in the process? She faces a destiny she never had any choice but to follow.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781475014198
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/17/2012
  • Pages: 114
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.24 (d)

Meet the Author

J L Redington is married and a mother of six grown children. She and her husband, Terry, have 18 grandchildren. They raised their children on the Oregon Coast in Florence and spent many happy hours at Devil's Elbow and the Heceta House.
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  • Posted March 11, 2013

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    This is a children's book that just felt totally off-kilter for

    This is a children's book that just felt totally off-kilter for me. The main character is supposed to be 15 and yet she and her friends behave as if they are closer to 10. The characters are most flat and one dimensional, the story is jerky rather than smooth transitions, and the premise a bit too unbelievable for me (and even my 10-year old self I'm fairly certain).

    This book is setting itself up to be the first in a series of adventures, but unless things become more realistic & believable I'm afraid I just don't see this going too far. Sadly the dialog is sub-par, and the story has large gaps (which the author may be intending to be explained in future books, but I won't know as I won't be reading any).

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