Format: Trade Paperback
Fiction - Thrillers - Suspense
The Widow of Saunders Creek has a supernatural element to it, and while it isn't scary some parts in the book had the hair on the back of my neck stand up. It's a Christian fiction novel so expect good vs. evil. The main characters deal with a demon that has been 'living' in the house, seemingly peacefully for generations. It is only after Corrie wants it out, and move on with her life does it react forcefully against her. Tracey Batemen gave a good fictional description of what a seance would be like, too. I've watched enough spooky movies to totally believe what she wrote.
I enjoyed her different point of views throughout the book. Each of the chapters has Eli or Corrie speaking, feeling, and experiencing the different scenes. The love story was light, and it wasn't very scary. All in all, a surprisingly enjoyable 'scary' Christian fiction.
Juvenile Fiction - Religious - Christian - Fantasy
Fiction - Christian - General