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Ntist finds his scepticism being challenged by inexplicable eventsA psychological ghost story set in the Victorian Age 'The uickening'.

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❴EPUB❵ ✶ The uickening Author Mari Biella – Myportal.pro A strange force awakens in an abandoned house A young girl is struck mute A grieving woman is haunted by a spectral presence and a scientist finds his scepticism being challenged by inexplicable eventA strange force awakens in an abandoned house A young girl is struck mute A grieving woman is haunted by a spectral presence and a scie.

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Kindle myportal.pro ñ The uickening PDF Õ Mari Biella was born in Wiltshire England of Anglo Welsh parentage Growing up in a small town she took refuge in books The progression from reading to writing seemed entirely natural and the result was a deluge of terrible juvenilia which has mercifully all been destroyedThese days Mari lives in Northern Italy She'll read just about anything she can get her hands on but she particularl

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  1. Francisco Francisco says:

    Kindle myportal.pro ñ The uickening PDF Õ uickening mobile, The uickening MOBIThis book was a first for me in many ways The first book I've read published independently by the authoran author I met here at Goodreads I was tempted to say my first ghost story except that I think there have been others I can't remember now There are so many things I admired and learned from this book I love the way Mari Biella the twentieth century a


  2. Ineke van Mackelenbergh Ineke van Mackelenbergh says:

    Kindle myportal.pro ñ The uickening PDF Õ uickening mobile, The uickening MOBIHaving read a few reviews and even the introduction of the book on my Kindle which noted this book as a horror story I had to conclude this was a complete misnomer Unless I am misunderstanding the meaning of that word the book is absent of 'horror' It is however atmospherically suspenseful and throughout portrays a certain mood in juxtaposition to reality and the realities of life as well as beliefs based in fact I dare not say without giving away the plot or indeed the essence


  3. catherine ♡ catherine ♡ says:

    Kindle myportal.pro ñ The uickening PDF Õ uickening mobile, The uickening MOBINot sure about the pacing but other than that I thought the writing style was phenomenalIt was something that combined paranormal and psychological ideas and blurred the lines in between The ghosts festered over time through intense grief and loss really tore a hole through my heart and gave me chillsMysterious and enthral


  4. Lucinda Elliot Lucinda Elliot says:

    Kindle myportal.pro ñ The uickening PDF Õ uickening mobile, The uickening MOBII love a psychologically slanted ghost story and classic ghost stories generally and this is a combination of the two I was sometimes put in mind of ‘The Turn of the Screw’ and also of ‘The Woman in Black’ Not because there is anything derivative about this story but through the power of description and the skilful building up of an atmosphere of a remorseless impending doom closing in on the characters struggle against it th


  5. Lauren Sapala Lauren Sapala says:

    Kindle myportal.pro ñ The uickening PDF Õ uickening mobile, The uickening MOBII was extremely impressed with this bookLet me just say first of all that I looooove horror However I read very little horror because I’ve found there are so few books out there that are done really well I’ve ripped through everything by Stephen King Anne Rice Clive Barker Lovecraft and other classic authors so I usually either know exactly how a plot is going to play out or the story just isn’t scary to meThis book completely surprised me AND it scared the hell out of me Hence me being extremely impressedThe story takes place in the late 19th century I think 1890 is the year specified and opens with a rational minded man his tortured wife and their silent daughter returning to their home in the rural English countryside after months spent in


  6. J.D. Hughes J.D. Hughes says:

    Kindle myportal.pro ñ The uickening PDF Õ uickening mobile, The uickening MOBIWhen I first came across this novel I was less than enthused by the title which has been used elsewhere several timesWithin the first few pages I was disabused of any idea that the title was an indication of the standard of writing withinThe writing is erudite and masterful The apprehension created by Mari Biella in this ghost story is remorseless in intensity and almost unbearable The style was classically simple without all the bells and whistles the fripperies of blood and guts usually added by modern ghost and horror writers It reminded me strongly of MR James Wilkie Collins and particularly the novel by Henry James `Turn of the Screw' one of my favourite novels of all time But this writer has her own methodology for scaring the pants off the reader that fully updates these supreme authors without losing any of their powerful storytelling abilitiesThe scenario is a familiar one A solitary house in the


  7. Thomas Cotterill Thomas Cotterill says:

    Kindle myportal.pro ñ The uickening PDF Õ uickening mobile, The uickening MOBIThe uickening is above all a novel of mood It has a pleasing uality of intriguing familiarity that brings other writers and their works to mind while at the same time setting out its own uniue ambiance As an old fashioned atmospheric ghost story the author’s style suggests that of a young Wilkie Collins or a less ornate Edgar Allan Poe The feel and theme of the story inevitably bring to mind Henry James’ classic “The Turn of the Screw” The isolated house and flat marshy landscape of the setting remind one of William Hope Hodgson’s The House on the Borderland although Biella’s story is pure horror without the science fiction elements introduced to such tales by Hodgson The intelligent cosy conversations between Fairwe


  8. Áine Áine says:

    Kindle myportal.pro ñ The uickening PDF Õ uickening mobile, The uickening MOBIThe uickening The Song of the Sea Loving Imogen Summer by Mari BiellaHow does she do it? Channel Henry James I mean While it is grossly unfair to Biella to include all of her offerings in one review I want you to read ALL of them Like the ravenous sirens in The Song of the Sea gobbling up a hapless sailor spoiler alert I read all the above in succession They are that good “Poor old


  9. Rob Rob says:

    Kindle myportal.pro ñ The uickening PDF Õ uickening mobile, The uickening MOBIBased on the posted reviews I was expecting to love this book Although the skill of the author came through easily the story itself left a lot to be desiredFirst things first Mari Biella's writing style is top notch Her choice of words her phrasing her depictions of the scenery truly do make you feel as if you are observing the story rather than just reading it It's very easy to formulate the mental image as you read alongHowever despite her obvious talents the story itself falls flat I'm not sure why so many people have categorized this novel as horror as the


  10. Aniko Carmean Aniko Carmean says:

    Kindle myportal.pro ñ The uickening PDF Õ uickening mobile, The uickening MOBISeven out of Five Stars Read This BookThe uickening is the story of a family tormented by loss They left their remote home in the English Fen to travel the Continent only to find


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