She lives in a two hundred year old farmhouse with her large family, but they're not alone. There's a malevolent presence up in the attic and the forest surrounding the farm is alive with folks who just won't stay dead. Worse is the fact that the cattle have developed a taste for murder and are threatening to stampede. Well...that, and the fact that it seems her own father is trying to kill her.
All Jenny wants is a childhood--a few moments playing in the sunny yard with her sisters. In order to get one, all she'll have to do is survive.
And as Eddie, the one farmhand who's on her side notes, "this old place is going over."
Will anyone get out of there alive?
Meany is a shocking tale of abuse complicated by spirits who take sides!
|Publisher:||Penny S. Fitzgerald|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.91(d)|
About the Author
Peazy Monellon received her degree at Stetson University and lives in Florida with her husband and two children.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Wow! One of the best new horror writers I've come across yet. Something about this piece stylistically is very reminiscent of Stephen King. I gotta say, I knew Charles Barnes had it coming within the first couple of chapters... how it came was jaw dropping. Solid old school horror. Loved it and highly recommend!
I could not put this book down! Amazing book for a first time author! I don't know what it is but reading horror through a child's eyes makes everything so much creepier. Watch out for this up and coming author, Peazy Monellon!