Which chapter scared you the most?

Discuss the October 2016 Book of the Month, Unspeakable Acts by Janet Leigh Green.
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Re: Which chapter scared you the most?

Post by Kia » 13 Oct 2016, 15:29

I think the scariest part for me was when the group first starts to realize the seriousness of the situation and just how absolutely messed up Martha was.
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Post by hsimone » 17 Oct 2016, 09:03

Rachel1019 wrote:I think the scariest part about the book was finding out about how Jay had been possessed by Amos for years and that was the reason why Charlie ended up in Leigh and in the house. Ghost possession is scary enough, but for Charlie, she just assumed that Jay was an abusive person. If she had never started having the encounters, she may never have found out that the person she lived with for years was actually a good person.
Aside from the final scene, I agree with this. I never would have thought about Jay being possessed for most of his and Charlie's relationship.
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Post by greenstripedgiraffe » 21 Oct 2016, 10:18

Probably the scariest part was when Doug was attacking Charlie. That was fairly creepy.
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Post by Janetleighgreen » 21 Oct 2016, 11:30

greenstripedgiraffe wrote:Probably the scariest part was when Doug was attacking Charlie. That was fairly creepy.
Yeah, that was hard to write for me. I know some folks don't see the value in their relationship; but I love them together and when he was trying to hurt her it hurt my heart. I had to write it though. ?

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Post by LivreAmour217 » 21 Oct 2016, 13:30

The very beginning of the book scared me the most. Not knowing exactly what the entity was creeped me out, and my mind was brimming with all sorts of theories!
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Post by kimmyschemy06 » 04 Nov 2016, 05:45

What scared me the most was the attack on Beth at the library. The moment I read 'Click Click. Click click' I knew something terrible was going to happen.

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