Sam

Sam It s been five long years since the horrific murders that took place in the house on the hill and the little town Ainsley Price once lived in seems to be moving on All except Sam sweet loving Sam Wi

  • Title: Sam
  • Author: Susan Shultz
  • ISBN: 9781633700895
  • Page: 455
  • Format: ebook
  • It s been five long years since the horrific murders that took place in the house on the hill, and the little town Ainsley Price once lived in seems to be moving on.All except Sam sweet, loving Sam.With his pregnant wife, Claudia, by his side, Sam decides to live in the house that was once Ainsley s He hides the gravestones that stand like solemn reminders in their yard aIt s been five long years since the horrific murders that took place in the house on the hill, and the little town Ainsley Price once lived in seems to be moving on.All except Sam sweet, loving Sam.With his pregnant wife, Claudia, by his side, Sam decides to live in the house that was once Ainsley s He hides the gravestones that stand like solemn reminders in their yard and tells his wife that everything is all right.But Ainsley knows that isn t true.Ainsley knows his secrets.And what he thinks is dead will rise again.Sam is the fourth and final installment in Susan Shultz s dark series, Tales From the Graveyard Haven t read the series Start with The Blacksmith.

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    1. (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Full Fathom Five and NetGalley.) "Maybe we're all crazy." This was another slightly odd story about Sam who moves into Ainsley's house with his pregnant wife. Ainsley of course doesn't take it terribly well. I found the ending to this one quite confusing, and who would (view spoiler)[ name their child after a serial killer? (hide spoiler)]6 out of 10["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br [...]

    2. Thank you to NetGalley and the publishers for a chance to read this book in exchange for an honest review.Publish date: October 2015Full review can also be found on: Paein and Ms4Tune’s Book BlogI still don't know what was happening and I've finished them all. This one seemed really bitty. I'm not sure there was much of a point to it except to be an epilogue. It didn't feel particularly wrapped up either. I feel it was a poor end to the seriesRIES REVIEW:This series started out really fascinat [...]

    3. Let me ask one thing for a start here: What is wrong with this guy??? He had a crush on a girl living in a creepy house next to the graveyard, she actually [spoiler again] killed herself while being with him [spoiler end] and yet he moves into the house she left??? How messed up can you be to do this? And dragging you pregnant wife into this is simply cruel! Especially after he met with Lila and read Ainsley's journal.Putting this story as a last one in the set was not a good idea and yet it was [...]

    4. Susan Shultz hauntingly tales is the perfect book to pick up during the Halloween season. Sam (story 4)Sam has been living with regret since Ainsley killed herself. He is back at the house it all started at, but he's not alone, someone is waiting. Tales From The Graveyard was a good, dark, haunting story. Each story was different, but had the same occurrence, Ainsley. I really enjoyed the way Susan writes it's dark, fits with her stories.

    5. (I received a copy of the collection from Netgalley, In exchange for an honest review.)Actual rating - 2.75This one, just like the previous three books, was weird and boring. It dragged quite a lot, but it was nice to know that once it was over, the whole collection would be over!

    6. This was the perfect ending IMO. I didn't want it to end. It's heartbreaking yet awesome at the same time. This was a very lovely story. (I'm odd, I know. lol) but really, it was written amazingly. The story just flowed and brought everything together. I loved it.

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