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The Veil Grows Thin at Eventide by Mae Clair @MaeClair1

Eventide by Mae Clair is the third book in the Hode’s Hill series. Do you believe in monsters? No? Maybe, after reading the Hode’s Hill series, you will change your mind.

Eventide (Hode's Hill, #3)

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MY REVIEW

A new house. A new start. A backyard cemetery.

Madison knew about tending graves and was not bothered by the three in her backyard. She would tend them as if they were her ancestors.

Her welcome was creepy and I’m not sure it’s a good thing.

We flip from past to present, learning the history of the house.

Uh oh, me thinks they better not touch that stone lid.

Madison has a gift…empathy. But, since the death of her husband, where she felt his death as if it was her own, her gift had left her. She wanted her independence after the time it took to recover from her husband’s death, and now she has it. Knowing Madsion, if anyone can uncover the mystery of the house, it’s her.

Dante…OMG…I’m freaking out for him, yet he’s as cool as a cucumber.

Mae Clair writes a wonderful gothic novel filled with creepiness, eeriness, and subtle menace. I have my thoughts on where the story will go and I am eager to see how close I come. We have danger, ghosts, friendship, love, rage…We have plenty of supernatural goodness, creatures from the beyond and things that go bump in the night. BEWARE:

“Dusk is the perfect time.”

“Or in the old vernacular – EVENTIDE.”

“At EVENTIDE, the veil between worlds grows thin.”

I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Eventide by Mae Clair.

Animated Animals. Pictures, Images and Photos4 Stars

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