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The house stood empty, dark and forboding. But if the house was empty, who was watching Erica with dead, vacant eyes...caling her name in the night with foul and fetid breath...caressing and arousing her with rough, probing hands? There was something wrong with the Walsh's new house...something evil...alive...waiting...
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Oct 15, 2009"'The Gatekeeper' - Dana Reed" Review of ‘The Gatekeeper’ This compulsively written novel, which personalizes the continuing conflict in our society between good and evil, is compulsive reading. Dana Reed has created a cast of dislocated human characters, who are forced to confront hideously cunning and supernaturally empowered denizens of a nether world controlled by the Gatekeeper, a first lieutenant of Lucifer. This conflict is a significant engagement in the battle between Good and Evil, in a “world (which) was (is) turning in the direction of the master beast…Christian souls were (are) disgusted with formal religions.” The locale of this terrifying confrontation is centered on a ‘haunted’ house; and a medley of threatened souls fall easy victims to the demented machinations of the demonic entities, despite the efforts of a demoralized psychic. The author’s descriptive power makes the reader feel, hear, smell and almost touch the walls of the ‘hagged’ building. In... More > addition, Dana Reed’s use of strong, earthy Anglo-Saxon as the language of evil is a masterly medium to further underline the horror of the story. D.H. Lawrence used the same ploy to emphasize the physical love between Lady Chatterley and her Gamekeeper. Both authors were eminently successful Perhaps the most significant fact for me concerning ‘The Gatekeeper’ is that it is based on the author’s investigation of a ‘real’ haunted house. My dreams have been invaded, and I fear for my computer, through which I first read the novel. Read, learn and enjoy! Vangerry Oldham, Eleuthera, BAHAMAS. 14.12.2005< Less
Nov 22, 2005"The Gatekeeper by Dana Reed" The gatekeeper wants Erica and her children for his own, wants them with an insane and unholy passion, and he will stop at nothing to possess them… Erica’s new house is perfect, she thinks. Except for the ugly blue walls, and she has plans to decorate. Oh, yes, and except for the legacy the previous tenants left when they consorted with evil and then tried to change their minds… Henry tries to defy the gatekeeper and is punished again and again… Kirsten Larsen is no stranger to the gatekeeper. Every other encounter they have had has ended in his victory and her defeat… Katie has a new playmate. But Erica can’t see the little girl with black ringlets in her hair, and Sam thinks his sister’s new friend is trying to kill him… Mike has evil in his past, and becomes the thing he most despises… Aaron has a secret. Mind you, so does the dog and the woman next door… Packed with ghosts, demons, talking dolls, satanic rituals, four-headed beasts,... More > psychics and demonic possessions, this story of a house filled with evil is sure to make you want to sleep with the light on, and wonder whether that was a footstep you heard on the stairs… A Hell of a ghost story. By Clare Hill< Less
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- Dana Reed
- November 21, 2005
- Perfect-bound Paperback
- Interior Ink
- Black & white
- 1.45 lbs.
- Dimensions (inches)
- 8.5 wide x 11 tall
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