Monday, January 18, 2021

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The Haunting of Gallagher House by K.T. Rose - Book Tour & Review


 The Haunting of Gallagher Hotel By K.T. Rose

. About The Haunting of Gallagher Hotel 

First Chapter Teaser here: https://henryroipr.com/tour-the-haunting-of-gallagher-hotel/

Pride and greed infect the soul, anchoring the dead to Gallagher Hotel.

When Chris, a master thief, and Riley, a contract waitress, get mysterious invites to an exclusive party at the haunted Gallagher Hotel, they discover that there is more at play than simple celebrations.

Hidden truths are revealed, and all hell breaks loose. But the “party” has just begun.

Now, Chris and Riley face their demons as they fight to survive a hellish nightmare full of spoiled secrets, carnage, and vengeful spirits lost to the hotel dating back to the turn of the 20th century.

Will they survive the night? Or will their souls be devoured by the most haunted building in Michigan?

My Review The Haunting of Gallagher Hotel seems, at first, to be a simple, straightforward haunted-house story, but it's so much more than that. There is a lot more than meets the eye within these pages, and once things get going, it's hard to put it down. The beginning is a little on the slow side, but it's building up to the intense happenings throughout the rest of the book. We get the character introductions and a little bit of backstory to get a feel for who they are before they end up at the hotel. Once there, that's when things start to get weird, creepy, strange, and downright chilling. Now, I'm not normally a huge fan of haunted house stories. Or movies, for that matter. I tend to find them a bit silly and cliche a lot of the time, so I was a little hesitant about this one at first. But I'm so glad I took a chance on it. It's different than what I was expecting, and it was more than just some spooky happenings and ghosts floating around. I really liked Riley, who is a woman still dealing with the grief of losing her loved ones. She's working herself hard to try and keep herself from dwelling too long on the past, and it's easy to feel sympathetic towards her. Chris, the other "main" character, is interesting. He comes across as a bit of a tough guy at the beginning, but as the story progresses, this petty thief has some nice character development, and you start to see him in a new light. Even the backstories of the guests at the hotel are done well. They draw readers in and keep them engaged with the overall story. There is a bit of a twist, as well, which I enjoyed. I won't say anything to spoil it, though. Overall, a really solid horror novel that will delight and thrill fans of haunted house stories. 4 stars!

About the Author:

K. T. Rose

K.T. Rose is a horror, thriller, and dark fiction writer from Detroit, Michigan. She posts suspense and horror flash fiction on her blog at kyrobooks.com and is the author of a suspenseful short story series titled Trinity of Horror, an erotic thriller novel titled When We Swing, and A Dark Web Horror Series. She also writes supernatural and paranormal horror novels and short stories.

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