A House at the Bottom of a Lake (Paperback)
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A House at the Bottom of a Lake (Paperback)

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Paperback 118 Pages / Published: 31/10/2016
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Publisher: This is Horror
ISBN: 9781910471012
Number of pages: 118
Weight: 150 g
Dimensions: 210 x 148 x 6 mm

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“Enchanting and gripping”

Two teenagers go on a first date, canoeing on a secluded lake. There they find a startling thing - a house, completely submerged in the water. Thus begins a thrilling, scary experience. Josh Malerman's style is a... More

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“Exploring a pretty house covered with water”

Josh Malerman's latest novel is a compelling fantasy with a slight, very slight bit of horror. Just as the title indicates the story revolves around a house standing under water in the middle of a lake. It is... More

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“Not great, not terrible”

At 116 pages, it was pretty easy to get through this in one sitting. But as I'm sat here now, attempting a review, I'm not totally sure how I feel about it. It was definitely intriguing, no doubt about that.... More

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