[PDF/EPUB] Sing Me To Sleep By Chris Simms


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Sing Me To Sleep

Laura and Owen buy a secluded cottage on the edge of the Peak District Old mines riddle the hills surrounding their new home and soon after moving in Laura st When Laura and composer husband Owen move to an isolated cottage echoes of the buildings horrific past are gradually revealed As Laura is driven to distraction by the scary and strange goings on those around her seem at pains to discredit her concerns convinced it seems of her mental instability And so we are taken on a chilling journey as Laura determines to discover the truth despite the escalating danger The writer subtly balances the frailties of a crumbling relationship against a background of dark secrets and darker deeds The suspense builds to a satisfying and chilling finale As someone who lives in a very similar cottage to that depicted with eually strange goings on I found this utterly compelling Superb writing and wholly recommended

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Arts to hear faint snatches of birdsong Her husband wrapped up in his new job is rarely around Nervous and alone Laura fears she’s developing tinnitus Her d The tension grew as the story unfolded with supernatural gothic style horror I don t think the author likes birds since they have a strong presence in this story and in the next I would have liked the intensity that we find in the last half of the book in the first half but overall a good read

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Octor can find nothing wrong Then an archaeological dig on a neighbouring hill unearths some disturbing finds – and Laura’s life starts to become terrifyi I really enjoyed this novel I needed something very different after my last train wreck of a novel and this was exactly it The book is fairly short exciting start to finish and mildly terrifying at times I did find that the two parts of the story didn t uite mesh together in the end as I was reading I was expecting different conclusions Part of the novel focuses on an archaeological dig site and the sudden discovery of skeletons buried in a way inconsistent with the suspected time period they re studying The other part of the novel is the slow descent into madness up at Lantern Cottage as Laura Wilkinson tries to find the source of birdsong only she can she can hear while unravelling a long buried secret about her new home At the end of the novel I was expecting these two lines of

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  • Sing Me To Sleep
  • Chris Simms
  • English
  • 02 October 2018
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About the Author: Chris Simms

I was born and brought up in rural Sussex three miles from the nearest shop Childhood holidays – which lasted for weeks as my dad was a teacher – were spent in a secluded spot in the heart of Exmoor Sitting round the campfire at night the haunting cries of owls floating in from the blackness beyond the flames he would read me the ghost stories of MR James The short walk to the safety of my t



10 thoughts on “Sing Me To Sleep

  1. says:

    Haunted house story 101 1 A lonely cottage in the English countryside with a dark past 2 A lonely woman living in said cottage with a past history of mental illness 3 Said lonely woman starts hearing noises and can't identify their source 4 Ominous and mysterious clues as to what happened in that house given by either extr

  2. says:

    When Laura and composer husband Owen move to an isolated cottage echoes of the buildings horrific past are gradually revealed As Laura is driven to distraction by the scary and strange goings on those around her seem at pains to discredit her concerns convinced it seems of her mental instability And so we are taken on a chilling journey as Laura determines to discover the truth despite the escalating danger The writer subtly balances the fr

  3. says:

    Laura and her somewhat elderly husband Owen have moved from Richmond to a little village outside Manchester so that Owen

  4. says:

    This was just a bunch of plotlines mashed together that had no logical reasoning at all No scares or chills the ending was rushed and the writing style was very poor

  5. says:

    This story combined all my favorite things to read suspensemysteryghost story Chris Simms knows how to pull a reader into a

  6. says:

    The tension grew as the story unfolded with supernatural gothic style horror I don't think the author likes birds since they have a strong presence in this story and in the next I would have liked the intensity that we find in the last half

  7. says:

    I really enjoyed this novel I needed something very different after my last train wreck of a novel and this was exactly i

  8. says:

    Laura an ex ballerina and her older husband Owen a composer move back to his home village near the peak District so he can perform a specially written piece locallyLaura is left alone for days on end and begins to feel the signs of tinnitus in the form of birdsongShe is in contact with a woman in the US on a tinnitus forum and the local vicar but other than that she has no friendsA mentally challenged man boy

  9. says:

    Suspenseful horror but with a slow start a touch of ending fatigue and a slightly jarring tonal change from psychological suspense to supernatural horror near the end It was still uite creepy and when the story picked up it was difficult to stop reading

  10. says:

    MehWasn't really scary Was super predictable BUT the author is very talented at creating atmosphere through description

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