The Tormented House on Oakland Street by Karly Paul-Morris

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The Oakland House is alive, living and breathing. Is it possible that a house has the ability to capture a person's soul and absorb their energy within its walls? The Oakland house seethes in quiet rage; it has every right to. Jenny has been gone for years and it can no longer wait for her return.
Jenny and her siblings grew up on Oakland Street in Pasadena, California. She had always known there was something unusual about her old house. She could feel it in her bones. Jenny was devastated the day her parents said they were moving from the old colonel mansion, but nothing could prepare her for its vengeful spirit.
The story moves in-and-out of reality The Oakland house regains vitality, regressing to the time when Jenny lived there. Everyone and everything is exactly how Jenny dreamed. Or is it?

























 

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Published August 8, 2011 191 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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