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Gravesend By Phil Farina,

  • Title: Gravesend
  • Author: Phil Farina
  • ISBN: 9781511855204
  • Page: 428
  • Format: Paperback
  • Robbie Mauro could see things, or could he As a child growing up in Brooklyn, in a deeply religious Italian family, Robbie was no stranger to a belief in spirits, on occasion he saw them or was it just his imagination As a teenager Robbie finds a Spirit Board and soon learns the danger of tampering with the unknown He and his friends, encounter an entity that at firsRobbie Mauro could see things, or could he As a child growing up in Brooklyn, in a deeply religious Italian family, Robbie was no stranger to a belief in spirits, on occasion he saw them or was it just his imagination As a teenager Robbie finds a Spirit Board and soon learns the danger of tampering with the unknown He and his friends, encounter an entity that at first, seems friendly, but things soon turn dire as the entity strikes out at them from beyond the grave Robbie s teenage years are filled with family and friends, school and activities, but Robbie s life is anything but ordinary.He and his friends unwittingly create a scenario that places themselves and those they love in mortal danger Robbie finds out the hard way that Actions Have Consequences
    Gravesend Robbie Mauro could see things or could he As a child growing up in Brooklyn in a deeply religious Italian family Robbie was no stranger to a belief in spirits on occasion he saw them or was it jus

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    1. 3.5 stars.Full disclosure, I was lucky enough to meet the author of this book at a local book festival Possibly one of the nicest humans I ve met We were able to have a conversation about what the book was about, and had me wondering if he was a salesman in another life I was completely sold on the idea of a book that explored paranormal themes and who doesn t love a good old ouija board story Though, the story was not centered around that ouija board story, instead it showed the author took the [...]

    2. Had the potential to be good, but fell completely flat after the first five chapters The book feels like five random books smashed together because each new plot is random and is over in a chapter The ending is so obvious and coincidental that it completely throws out everything written before This should have been a cool book, but everything that happens is a coincidence, nothing is tied together, it is too spaced out over time, nothing actually happens, and there is no climax or even a resolut [...]

    3. Great story, I especially like the ending I also loved all the descriptions of the Italian family I married into an Italian family and could totally relate to all of the food and the gatherings I felt like I was reading about my in laws

    4. A great story great background, detail, character and suspense, with an unexpected twist to the plot I highly recommend this

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