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Hool fair begins to see actual visions that can predict the future Frightened the other students brand he. Very good story and very well told My second Lois Duncan and I think I'm going to make a habit of her for a while I very much enjoyed the style of her writing as well as the story It's not complex or challenging to read but there wasn't a second during which it failed to hold high interest for me I'm very fond of stories that have their origins in the Salem witch trials and speculate on reality and blur the line between what may or may not be true Or extend the Salem experience across time and portray an effect on the present many generations after the fact which is what Gallows Hill does The history was accurately and unobtrusively interspersed through the story I found the idea of en masse karmic fulfillment interesting The effect of the forces that were driving the characters was an excellent justification for the otherwise perhaps maddening actions of a couple of the secondary characters I had a good emotional connection with the main character and the dialogue and interactions were believable than in many things that i've read There was just so much that was good about this I can't wait to share this

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Gallows Hill Laurel Leaf BooksR a witch setting off a chain of events that mirror the centuries old Salem witch trials in ways than one. It's strange when you remember a movie you once saw remembering vivid scenes perfectly in your head; so you know the movie exists for sure but cannot for the life of yourself remember what it was calledSo then you google keywords doing a little searching only to find that what you remembered as a movie is actually a book you once read and no movie of it exists And you have the revelation that you did indeed read this book and you suddenly remember that the book was so good that you thought it should have been a movie But it isn't And it never wasWhat I remember is that the book was good enough to make me feel the words come off the page and come to life so that years down the road when I remember the concept of the book I believe it had been a movie that I watched and not just a bookI was on the edge of my seat as I read Gallows Hill This book should be a movie Why it is not I do not know