Dead Stream Curse

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A secret they intended to take to the grave, but the dead will tell…

In 1945, Liv commits an unspeakable act. She flees from her life, but all actions have consequences. Twenty years later, she’s drawn back to Northern Michigan where it all began.

Dead Stream Curse weaves together the past and present in a chilling ghost story filled with mystery.

1 review for Dead Stream Curse

  1. Chopstickz11

    First, I am a huge fan of this series. I love the way that Ms. Erickson has the ability to intertwine timelines and characters all while leaving the reader wondering and waiting in anticipation of the next creaky floorboard and hidden ghost. That said, surprisingly this one took me the longest to get into.

    I’ve grown accustomed to different narrators for each book, but I was surprised to see that this one had two narrators. I was a little off put that the volume of the narrations was not equal and felt that I had to increase the volume with Ms. Swanson and therefore, decrease the volume with Mr. Hart. Overall, I felt that they both did a decent job and it helped the story move along switching between the view points and types of narration each of them provided.

    It was Ms. Erickson’s writing style that kept me listening though. Her stories require focus to follow the multitude of characters and the different timelines, but it is so worth it in the end. She has an uncanny ability to wrap everything up so eloquently that despite any frustration a reader may have during the book, it all dissipates upon the novel’s end.

    I highly recommend these novels, especially if you enjoy spooky/scary stories and truly if you have ever visited the location that inspired them all.

    I was provided with a free copy of this audio book for my honest review. The views expressed here are entirely my own.

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