Caroline Gebbie
Daddy Won't Kill You (An Occult Horror)
January2 06, 2019 Comments.. 754
Daddy Won t Kill You An Occult Horror A rocking chair relaxing comfortable soaked in the blood of its victims Praise so far for Daddy Won t Kill You While being reminiscent of The Shining this still feels at home with the modern paran

  • Title: Daddy Won't Kill You (An Occult Horror)
  • Author: Caroline Gebbie
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A rocking chair, relaxing, comfortable, soaked in the blood of its victims Praise so far for Daddy Won t Kill You While being reminiscent of The Shining, this still feels at home with the modern paranormal horrors Vivid and distinctive Occult horror at its best One of the stellar parts of the book is how perfectly this heartbreaking family situation has been portr A rocking chair, relaxing, comfortable, soaked in the blood of its victims Praise so far for Daddy Won t Kill You While being reminiscent of The Shining, this still feels at home with the modern paranormal horrors.Vivid and distinctive.Occult horror at its best.One of the stellar parts of the book is how perfectly this heartbreaking family situation has been portrayed This is especially true in the kids Their odd ability to be vulnerable one moment and compartmentalize their fear in order to share a giggle the next is brought to life nicely A remote cabin, a relaxing holiday what could go wrong Steve and Lauren, a couple spiraling into divorce, take their two children for one last holiday The holiday is a chance to heal their marriage, and to give Lauren time to cook the pies she is famous for.But in a remote cabin, just before winter a relaxing holiday turns into a bloody nightmare Steve is seeing things, awful things that no father should ever have to see While Lauren becomes distant and the children try and ride out the storm, Steve fights to save his family But every attempt is thwarted as evil takes the family on a nightmare journey they will never forget Can Steve reclaim his pride to prevent evil from killing his family

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    1 Blog on “Daddy Won't Kill You (An Occult Horror)

    1. Angel Gelique says:

      Lauren and Steve have been experiencing some marital discord stemming from Steve's loss of employment and their subsequent financial hardship. Steve convinces Lauren to spend a week at the cabin they inherited from her father. En route to the cabin, Steve spots a rocking chair for sale at a good price and decides it would be perfect for the deck. Over Lauren's protest, he buys the chair.But every time Lauren rocks in the chair, Steve sees gruesome images and Lauren starts to act very bizarre. He [...]

    2. jenny sanchez says:

      Frightening storyFrightening storyIt was hard to put this book down. The story was very supernatural and very believable. I truly enjoyed it. I recommend this book to be read when your lights turn off during a storm, it would be so awesome!!!

    3. Kari Dennis says:

      Piece of crapTerrible storyline, ridiculous, unbelievable behaviour by the characters, I barely read the last half, I skimmed through it, just to find out how it ended. For example, his wife feeds him and the kids a pie made from rotten meat that she thinks tastes delicious. Then she makes them a pie stuffed full of live bugs and maggots, which she also gobbles down. Then a pie made from mice. She sings lullabies to the kids, changing the words to include gory threats, even tries to suffocate th [...]

    4. Annie says:

      [spoilers] I felt that this story was kind of like a comedy horror. At times, there was just fighting and gore between the parents and the children asked "are you okay?" to their dad. I mean, really? It was written too simply, like they weren't terrified out of their minds. Just a little bit concerned. But all in all, it was well written with a few grammar mistakes. Maybe some repetition. Actually, a lot of repetition - maybe redundancy is the better word for it.

    5. Alannah says:

      Skimmed through the book from 66% to the end, just to get a general gist of what happened in the end.Felt it was pretty poorly written. Didn't hold my interest at all, the 'spirit' flipped from one person to the next to the next and back again all within the space of one paragraph! Not my thing.Others may enjoy, but wasn't for me.

    6. Kathy Floyd says:

      Scary!This is the scariest book I've read in a long time. I was right there with the father trying to protect his children!

    7. Andrea Mcbride says:

      This story is crazy scary! I just think the end could have been better

    8. Caroline Gebbie says:

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