Possess Mary Hades is drawn back into the world of the macabre as she moves with her family into the mysterious old house Ravenswood The mere mention of Ravenswood induces terror among the locals and when s

  • Title: Possess
  • Author: Sarah Dalton
  • ISBN: 9781503173767
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mary Hades is drawn back into the world of the macabre as she moves with her family into the mysterious old house, Ravenswood The mere mention of Ravenswood induces terror among the locals, and when strange things begin to occur, Mary and Lacey decide to get to the bottom of the secret hidden in the historic house once and for all As a dark power gathers, Mary finds herMary Hades is drawn back into the world of the macabre as she moves with her family into the mysterious old house, Ravenswood The mere mention of Ravenswood induces terror among the locals, and when strange things begin to occur, Mary and Lacey decide to get to the bottom of the secret hidden in the historic house once and for all As a dark power gathers, Mary finds her life becomes interconnected with the disturbing events that transpired in 1847 to eleven year old Liza Blair The Mary is drawn into Liza s story, the she realises someone close to her is in grave danger from the sinister energy at Ravenswood Set in the backdrop of an unsettling forest, and with strange neighbour Emmaline Delacroix obsessed with death and s ances, Possess will take you even deeper into the murky depths of Mary Hades s unusual life Book two in the Mary Hades series.

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    About “Sarah Dalton

    1. Sarah Dalton says:

      Sarah grew up in the middle of nowhere in the countryside of Derbyshire and as a result has an over active imagination She has been an avid reader for most of her life, taking inspiration from the stories she read as a child, and the novels she devoured as an adult.Sarah mainly writes speculative fiction for a Young Adult audience and has had pieces of short fiction published in the Medulla Literary Review, PANK magazine, Apex Magazine and the British Fantasy Society publication Dark Horizons Her short story Vampires Wear Chanel is featured in the Wyvern Publication Fangtales.She is the author of the popular YA dystopia series Blemished and the gothic novella My Daylight Monsters She is currently working on a YA Fantasy series titled White Hart.Follow Sarah on twitter sarahdalton

    2 thoughts on “Possess

    1. This was one seriously creepy and scary book!! I really enjoyed the first book but loved this one!! This is like a mash up of all the old horror stories, The Omen, Amityville and Poltergeist all rolled into one.Mary is as awesome as always. She changed since the end of book 1 and is now actively seeking out harmful spirits, with her BFF Lacey, and sending them onto wherever it is that they go. While she may not love her gift, she knows that if she has a way to help then she must. When Marys' mot [...]

    2. This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic NerdACTUAL RATING: 3.5MY THOUGHTSAfter the events in the first book, Mary Hades has moved back home with her family only to have the bombshell dropped on her that the are essentially switching homes with another woman who wishes to live closer to the city. Their new home now rests out in the outskirts in a very large, old, and beautiful. A home with a history that no one will tell them. The previous owner is very jumpy, no one ever wants to co [...]

    3. Officially Possess is the second instalment of the Mary Hades series because My Daylight Monsters and Sister are only considered to be companion novellas whose plots supplement the reader’s understanding of Mary Hades and her difficult journey, but are not necessary. However, I think the that by the time we reach even the halfway point in Possess, it’s story is so intricately interwoven with the previous plots that the reader will regret having ignored the ‘lesser’ books (I haven’t yet [...]

    4. This was a fantastic sequel to book one, Mary Hades. It picks up right after the events of the last book, but rather than continue the story line directly, we are moving forward and focusing on the next step in Mary's life, one that she had no choice about. Moving. Her parents have decided to house swap (permanently) with a little old lady who owns a rather large estate called Ravenwood. Both drawn to and kind of repelled by the house, Mary and her mother quickly become obsessed. With strange li [...]

    5. Review originally posted on whatkarareads*Please note I received an ARC copy of Possess from the author.Mary Hades and her spirited best friend Lacey are back for yet another ghostly adventure in Possess, the second (not including the novellas!) book in the Mary Hades series by Sarah Dalton. Dalton takes your classic family-moves-into-a-creepy-old-house story and gives it her own spin. The Hades family suddenly decides to up and move to this creepy old house, named Ravenswood. Isolated from the [...]

    6. I bought Possess quite a while ago, and I had intended to read it long before now. I loved the first book in the series, but as with so many of my reading plans I only got around to continuing the series this Halloween past. Better late than never, I guess??Possess continues on shortly after the family returns home from their holidays in Yorkshire where the first book ended. Mary’s parents soon announce that they are moving to an old manor house on the outskirts of a village close to her fathe [...]

    7. Hello readers the world! fanatic people of the paranormal and kittens world, I am very happy because I have them very good news if you’re a fan of Mary Hades Sarah Dalton recently (definitely very recently) came out its sequel: Possess. And I had the fortunate pleasure to read (thank you Mrs Dalton!) And definitely not the disappoint this book.Mary Hades returned and she has more to tell. Mary Hades definitely evolved and had to do it at one point and is something rewarding for the reader, the [...]

    8. This review may contain spoilers if you have not read the first one. My Review: I adore this series, its creepy, amazing and I love Mary and Lacey. This is a series I need to read as soon as I can get my hands on the next book. Possess was a lot creepier and darker than the first one which made it wonderful. I completely loved this book, this is a series I highly recommend.Mary has grown a lot since the last book, embracing her mission in life of helping aggressive ghosts move one. Lacey is just [...]

    9. Mary Hades, the first book, was unique; a little bit scary, somewhat romantic, about friendship and overall quite wonderful read. I expected Possess to be same, a little different journey but including all those elements that made the first book unique. I didn't get what I expected and while the story still was good, it wasn't for me.Possess is a whole lot darker and scarier than Mary Hades was. The plot seems to focus around a house which is affecting its inhabitants, and Mary moves there with [...]

    10. I’m back with Mary Hades! I’m so glad to say that this is NOT the last in the series. It did end very well and I was worried that it could be Mary’s last but thankfully Sarah Dalton has the next up on ! I cannot wait.This book was so good that I went to amazon to see if there were more. Even with my towering TBR I immediately purchased two more novellas in this series. Both were fantastic and I recommend since they answer a lot of questions that you read them in order! Of you can be a rebe [...]

    11. I had previously read and enjoyed the first book in the series, Mary Hades. There are a few short stories that the author has written that I think would add to your enjoyment of the series, as I felt a bit lost at times. I am thinking about going back and reading them because if they’re half as good as Possess, then they must be awesome!I was wondering where Dalton would go after the first book without repeating the story and I’m glad to see a unique storyline. We get hints of what Mary’s [...]

    12. 4.5 starsI don't know if it's just that I'm a wuss, but this book creeped me right out! I'm talking sleep-with-the-lights-on creeped out. It was a lot darker than Mary Hades, since it didn't have the same levity that I had found in book one. The cast was a lot smaller, as was the setting, but that just allows the reader to cozy right up with the darkness. Ghosts became my bed mates.Normally ghost stories don't get to me, but with this one, it was the division of past and present that was so effe [...]

    13. I was lucky enough to cross paths with the author Sarah Dalton in 2014. I read many of her books last year and without a doubt Sarah has become one of my favourite authors. I find Sarah's story telling mesmerising and get easily drawn into all her worlds she creates.Possess is another fantastic addition to the Mary Hades series. This book takes us into the darker side of the paranormal world that Mary lives in. Sarah's writing as always, captured me almost immediately and had me hanging off ever [...]

    14. Last year I got the chance to review Mary Hades by Sarah Dalton. Since then I have been eagerly awaiting the second book in the Mary Hades series. At the same time I have also been a little nervous – second books can quite often be a letdown. Not this one though. Possess (Mary Hades #2) picks up with Mary moving into a completely-got-to-be-haunted old English house. The house needs work but it was bought at a bargain price regardless – what could possibly go wrong? The portal to hell is what [...]

    15. I read the first book in this series, Mary Hades, last year and loved it. It was a great paranormal read that kept me on edge the entire time. Possess was equally good, but felt very different from Mary Hades. This book has a very decidedly horror feel to it. It kept me up at night more than once until I had to stop reading it after dark! Mary and Lacey's relationship is one that I love. They are such great friends. Reading about their strong bond is refreshing. I actually may like Lacey a bit m [...]

    16. Mary's parents find a gorgeous, historical home at a suspiciously affordable price. Her mother is immediately enthralled by the creepy home and even Mary finds the place curiously appealing. Despite its age, neither Mary, nor her ghost friend, Lacey can sense any paranormal activity.Immediately after moving in, Mary notices changes in her mother's behavior and although worried, also finds herself under the house's spell. This was a good old-fashioned haunted house story along the same lines as T [...]

    17. Again, I didn't love this book, but didn't hate this book either.The book opens up with Mary and Lacey doing some ghost hunting on the down low.There's a little more back story to Mary, but not enough for a whole picture. This story focuses more on the relationship between Mary and her mom.This book was definitely a lot darker than the first, but I wasn't compelled to read it beginning to end in one sitting.

    18. No words to explain my happiness by reading this book. What I really like in Sarah Dalton's books is, they have very minimal romance and in this its none which suited me very well. I think adding romance deviates book from its main theme.This book is more dark than the first one and its chilling.I really became a hardcore fan for Sarah Dalton and eagerly waiting for the next book.

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