VERLIEGE Micheal Rivers

The Back Cover

The world of Adrian Bolt shattered as his wife lay butchered on the floor of Castle Verliege. His conviction by a German court was as swift as the sword that killed her. He maintained his silence knowing his story would not be believed. Though his reputation was impeccable there was nobody willing to stand for him. 
Another world lay in wait for anyone living within the walls of the castle; waiting, watching, for eternity to keep the Mueller name upon its registers. There is only one world here for those who choose to stay. To enter its doors is an invitation you will not soon forget!

My Thoughts

Some things are better left alone. Secrets are better left buried. Sometimes greed and curiosity will cause you to loose your life, or take a life. Micheal Rivers’s Verliege is a short tale but will leave you feeling like you just finished a 300+ page novel. A spooky ghost story of a read, quite a few times I would have goosebumps all up my arms. Rivers’s writing is so descriptive you will feel like you are there, in the story, watching as every single person who walks through those castle doors has their life changed forever. This is the third book I have read by Rivers, and  is quite possibly my favorite. Fans of a good ghost story will LOVE Verliege. Don’t try to figure out the story ahead of time. Be patient and enjoy the read!

 Purchase Information

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About Jennifer @Can'tPutItDown

My name is Jennifer and I have a reading problem... yes I am a book junkie. Whether I am reading on my Nook, on apps on my phone, or an actual book in hand, I always have a book with me! If I am going to post spoilers (which I don't like to do because I don't like to ruin a good book for those who have not read it) I will tell you before I get into my review. Feel free to leave me some feed back! Thank you to author Tim O'Rourke for encouraging me to start this blog! Follow me on Goodreads.com at http://www.goodreads.com/lovemynook

Posted on April 6, 2012, in Book Reviews, Home and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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