The Silent Companions: A ghost story Review

The Silent Companions: A ghost storyThe Silent Companions: A ghost story is a disturbing gothic ghost story to send out a shiver down the back …
Newly married, newly widowed Elsie is sent out to see out her pregnancy at her late spouse’s collapsing country estate, The Bridge.
With her new slaves resentful and the regional villagers actively aggressive, Elsie only has her other half’s uncomfortable relative for firm.
But inside her brand-new residence exists a secured space.

This is up until now very much the stuff of a basic Victorian gothic ghost story – a girl separated in a huge house and progressively coming to question her sanity as the goings-on around her come to be complete stranger as well as more scary each day, while a mystical 17th century diary discloses some shocking secrets. But there are some extremely original touches here also, most significantly in the form of the ‘silent friends’ themselves, life-sized repainted figures (obviously prominent curiosities in the 1600s) acquired by one of the Bainbridge forefathers to entertain King Charles I and also his queen. These become an indispensable part of the story. There are also some added layers to the tale that come from Elsie’s own family members history, some discussed carefully as well as some which are left uncertain, which bring an added dimension, and a slight people horror side to the diary series.

Although this The Silent Companions: A ghost story is marketed as a ghost tale, as well as it does have all the climatic creepiness you would certainly anticipate from that genre, The Quiet Companions is truly more of a literary horror book. Not all the scares are superordinary and also not all the superordinary ones originate from ghosts. That said, don’t let this placed you off if you’re not a scary fan; like Susan Hillside’s The Female In Black, this publication will have a more comprehensive charm that goes beyond category.

The Silent Companions: A ghost story has promptly become one of your favorite books ever. Dark, upsetting as well as perfectly detailed, it will certainly keep you up late on these chilly winter season nights. Elsie is grieving for the unforeseen death of her brand-new hubby when she moves right into his old country estate, yet not everybody welcomes her arrival. The Bridge teems with keys and also servants who do not like her, in addition to something more threatening that hides behind locked doors.

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  • As featured on the Radio 2 Book Club. Curl up with gothic chiller The Silent Companions this winter, and send a shiver down your spine…Newly married, newly widowed Elsie is sent to see out her pregnancy at her late husband’s crumbling country estate, The Bridge.

    With her new servants resentful and the local villagers actively hostile, Elsie only has her husband’s awkward cousin for company. Or so she thinks. For inside her new home lies a locked room, and beyond that door lies a two-hundred-year-old diary and a deeply unsettling painted wooden figure – a Silent Companion – that bears a striking resemblance to Elsie herself

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