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Summary ¹ The Woman in Black É PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø The fully authorised chilling seuel to Susan Hill's bestselling ghost story The Woman in Black released in 2012 as a film featuring Daniel Radcliffe This is the book the follow up film starring Jeremy Irvine War Horse and PhoebT is situated on a causeway and is sinking into the treacherous tidal marshes that surround itFar from home and with no alternative Eve and the children move inBut soon it becomes apparent that there is someone else in the house with them someone Eve can't see but who is far deadly than any number of German bombs The Woman in Blac. Decided not to read on the basis of numerous poor reviews Also it seems the film version is already in production and will be released next year so this isn't so much an original story as a novelisation of an existing screenplay

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Cuations begin and soon children are being taken to the country for safety Teacher Eve Parkins is in charge of one such group The children are scared and Eve does her best to calm them but the truth is that she too is haunted by a personal tragedy she cannot put behind herTheir destination is Eel Marsh House Desolate and forlorn i. I really enjoyed this book though it scared the hell out of me even reading it in the middle of the day with sunlight streaming through the window 'Angel of Death' is set in the autumn of 1940 Eve Parkins is a young teacher who accompanies a small group of children along with their headmistress to Eel Marsh House where they will supposedly be safer than in London Once they arrive there we discover the village of Crythin Gifford has been abandoned hardly surprising and once the children reach Eel Marsh House the Woman in Black returns And as the old saying goes 'Whenever she's seen and whomever by one thing's certain a child shall die'I think author Martyn Waites does an excellent job of bringing the Woman in Black story forward to 1940 There's a whole new cast of characters of course but the Woman in Black is as terrifying as ever Waites makes Eel Marsh House every bit as dark and creepy and threatening as it was in Susan Hill's book There's a definite sense of creeping horror and doom throughout A great seuel to Hill's masterpiece Very very very creepy Would NOT read if I was alone in the house at night

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The Woman in BlackThe fully authorised chilling seuel to Susan Hill's bestselling ghost story The Woman in Black released in 2012 as a film featuring Daniel Radcliffe This is the book the follow up film starring Jeremy Irvine War Horse and Phoebe Fox is based onAutumn 1940 World War Two Bombs are raining down destroying the cities of BritainThe eva. Book Review originally published here Woman in Black Angel of Death is a seuel to “The Woman in Black” The main problem It’s not written by the same author and you notice it almost right away While “The Woman in Black” had a great narrative was uite original back in the day and offered characters that weren’t than cardboard figures here we get uite the oppositeThe characters are bland boring and very stereotypical There’s nothing new fresh or original We have the disturbed protagonist haunted by a secret in their past who somehow becomes the target of the haunting A young traumatized boy becomes the pawn of evil A woman driven mad by despair A soldier haunted by his past Everyone has secrets no one is safe but everyone is a stereotype Even the growing love between Eve and the soldier she meets on the train to Eel Marsh House is a love riddled with stereotypesThe writing wasn’t nearly as impressive as in “The Woman in Black” There was no grain of suspense The story itself was predictable The villain – the ghost haunting Eel Marsh House – is a bleak impression of what she was in the original Here we get a ghost that can be reasoned with a ghost who defies all logic of ghosts aren’t they bound by any rules any Apparently not We even get scenes from the point of view of the ghost which makes her a lot less scary than in the originalI’m not a fan The book wasn’t bad but it pales in comparison to its original