Read I Call Upon Thee: A Novella Online Free - A terrifying e-novella from the bestselling author of The Devil Crept In, Brother, and Within These Walls.
Maggie Olsen had a pretty ordinary childhood—swimming and sleepovers, movie nights and dad jokes. And then there were the other things…the darker things…the shadow that followed her home from the cemetery and settled into the corners of her home, refusing to let her grow up in peace.
Now, after three years away from the place she's convinced she inadvertently haunted, and after yet another family tragedy strikes, Maggie is forced to return to the sweltering heat of a Savannah summer to come to terms with her past. All along, she's been telling herself, it was just in your head, and she nearly convinces herself that she'd imagined it all. But the moment Maggie steps into the foyer of her family home, she knows. The darkness is still here. And it's been waiting for Maggie's return….
|Title||:||I Call Upon Thee: A Novella|
|Number of Pages||:||256 pages|
September 07, 2017
Maggie is going back home.
She should have never left.
She should have never gone back.
A cemetery doll, a Ouija board, old friends, creeping shadows and burning guilt.
I am a big fan of Ania's work. She can definitely write a creepy tale. This one started out a bit all over the place, but it cam...
August 15, 2017
This was a gripping, spooky read that I could not put down. Ouija boards always freak me out, and this serves as an excellent cautionary tale. I really enjoyed how this was tied into the entire family and a specific location. The local cemetery scenes are all top notch. The parts written about Ma...
August 20, 2017
This is my 5th Ahlborn book. And I officially think she can do no wrong. Creepy, fast paced with paranormal elements. Prepare for your fear of Ouija board to increase. I love the use of past and present chapters as well as how she writes young characters. Man, she really knows how to write that s...
August 24, 2017
The writing was just awesome and just flowed beautifully. There was no reason for me to pause and read over sentences or paragraphs, my head screaming “ What the heck did I just read” or Wait, did I miss something?” No not this time, no confusion at all. And I love writing like that! Writing so g...
August 09, 2017
August 25, 2017
I LOVED THIS BOOK SO VERY MUCH! This book hit me hard not because I've played with a Ouija board but because it's the very reason why I wouldn't. My high school theology teacher told me something that I'll never forget--"don't ever play with games like a Ouija board, you might have the best inten...
September 11, 2017
Just a little while ago everybody was talking about Paul Tremblay's A Head Full of Ghosts. I was as well. In my opinion, this novella is on the same level. It's a different story, but the atmosphere and vibe gave me the same chills. It's rare when a book will make me stop reading to collect my se...
August 11, 2017
I enjoyed this book, but most of Ania's work is scarier. Don't get me wrong, this is a scary read and well worth your time.
She captured the beauty of one of the oldest and most haunted cities in the US. I've lived in the South my whole life and if you ever get the chance to visit Savanah, GA don...
September 14, 2017
This is one of Alborn's more realistic stories, if a story about a haunting could be considered realistic. I truly enjoyed how she had the story play out, travelling between Maggie as a child, and as an adult facing her childhood trauma. For a novella, it really packs a punch. Highly rec...
August 12, 2017
As always , Ania Ahlborn just blows me away. This book was so emotional. I cried and I gasped in horror. I have to say though that the authors note at the end just shoved me in a surreal world. I stuttered between crying and being scared to death. This novella is brilliant and you should read it!...