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The General Theory of Haunting

The General Theory of Haunting - Richard Easter

This one started off a bit slow with an introduction to the characters and Marryman Hall, but it had a gothic feel to it and the characters were interesting enough to keep me turning pages. The pacing stayed rather slow for a good part of the book with something creepy happening here and there as we get to know the characters and their flaws, personal problems, vices, etc. We also get some rather detailed talk of quantum physics, which I'll admit had me zoning out, but that's just me. Finally, things pick up and really start moving as this group figures out what is really going on with Marryman Hall and it's history. While I did guess a lot of it before we got the explanation, I did enjoy the reveal, so this one ended up being a mixed bag for me in terms of reading pleasure.