Published on May 4, 2012
About the book:
The story begins in 2011, with Roger Braithwaite, a house restorer who procures a gem in the rough. He's finally purchased the old Gothic mansion called Locustwood. Roger has wanted this particular house for nearly twenty years. Or, is it the other way round?
The unsuspecting Braithwaite moves into his dream house, and quickly realizes it is actually his worst nightmare. The reader is eased into the spontaneous bone chilling horror with mild dreams and curious incidents, which then take a turn for the worse.
The stage sets itself! Slowly the battle lines are drawn.
The forces gather! Brilliant and persevering souls converge. All are vital to the cause. All are committed to the very end!
The stratagems plan their tactics, as the evil wisdom of the ages encroaches upon them!
The infiltration begins! Innocence and purity -- wickedness and corruption; all one and the same!
The gruesome history unfolds itself and reveals 3500 years of inscrutable evil.
Ever progressive. Ever patient, it advances to achieve its ultimate goal with all the time in the world on its side. And, with all the powers of all the Princes of Hell assisting.
Final Note on The House:
The pace is fast. The read is mind boggling, and the events are riveting. So get out the popcorn and lemonade and get ready to accompany Roger Braithwaite on a trip into the cacodemonic world of a Medieval French Marquis, a dangerously sexual enchantress, and the Princes of Hell!
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