Moonfallby Tamara Thorne
Sara Hawthorne returns to her picturesque hometown of Moonfall, where the antique stores and craft shops are run by the nuns of St. Gertrude's Home for Girls. Twelve years before, a woman died a horrible death at the Home. Now, in Sara's old room, distant voices and the tormented cries of children shatter the night. That's just the beginning, however, for Sara is about to uncover the hellish secret of St. Gertrude's.
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Meet the Author
Tamara Thorne has collected ghost stories, true and fictional, since she saw her first Twilight Zone as a tot, and continues to this day. In addition to writing novels and stories of the paranormal, she also writes non-fiction and is an active ghost hunter. She makes her home in southern California with her husband and their feline family and when she�s not writing, can be found haunting ghost towns, phantom-filled hotel rooms, and other spooky places. Tamara loves to hear from her readers. Whether you have questions or comments or would like to share your own ghostly experience, come visit Tamara at tamarathorne.com
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Wowza, what a great book. It was like watching a movie. So easily visualized. Tamara showed this story so well I really felt like I was watching it. As for the ending not just perfect but can't wait for the special effects people to pull this off when they make the movie.
This story had me hooked from the beginning to the end. It was extremely intense, scene by scene. As for the ending, it was just perfect. Not what I expected but better. I really hope this gets made into a movie cause I will be first in line for tickets.
I was engulfed in this book from the beginning. I was actually afraid to sleep with the lights off!! However I was slighly disapointed by the ending, it seemed so generic, I could have pretty much told you how the book would end before I read the last chapter. Overall, Moonfall was great. Sara Hawthorne has a new loyal reader, and I look forward to reading more of her work.