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  1. says:

    John works at the sanitation department and gets a different kind of visit one day Seymour Willis swears that his house is breathing John figures that there is rat party going on or something along those lines He doesn't have much else to do that afternoon though so he and a buddy of his decide to go and check out the house to give the old man peace of mind That goes well Now that the 'thing' inside the house

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    You know some 5 star reviews are because the work of literature changed your life Some are because of the beauty and poignancy of the writing Some are because of a novel's originality of story or perspective And

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    John Hyatt works for the Dept of Sanitation in San Francisco One day an older gentleman comes in with an unusual complaint his house is breathing Breathing Inhale Exhale Hyatt wants to write the guy off as a kook but there's something about his demeanor that tugs at his heart making him feel sorry for him So he

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    3 stars I liked the book and had a fun time reading itIt's so wonderful that e rights have brought back so many books that might otherwise slip into obscurity This is a classic 70s horror novel with all that implies yes there are 70s attitudes towards women and minorities here It's also cheesy campy bloody enthusiastic and a lot of fun I don't want to say a lot about the plot but this story holds together well

  5. says:

    Charnel House was first published in 1978 Occasionally it shows but it doesn't take away anything from the storyIf you've ever seen a film about an evil being coming back to life and there's only a small group of

  6. says:

    CHARNEL HOUSE by Graham Masterton is what I consider to be vintage Masterton That is a story rich in folklore and the super

  7. says:

    When my buddy Kasia and I met in 2008 one of the first authors we discussed was Graham Masterton Kasia's from Poland and Masterton was

  8. says:

    Good vintage Masteton I have a different edition This one is neater 2010Just revisited this oldie courtesy of Netgalley It definitely holds up aside from the very 70s racial epithets it isn't even that dated Vintage Masterton of course implies a lean mean story that has to do with Native American folklore But it is an original it's entertaining and above all Masterton is just a natural storyteller and his book

  9. says:

    So frustrating I am a massive fan of Graham Masterton and many of his books but this one just did not float my boat and I sadly admit

  10. says:

    'It's my house it's breathing'With a killer opening line of dialogue like that i was hooked All writers would like to start with a bang and Masterton does it here Told in the author's distinctive first person narrative he wonderfully blends Native American mythology and draws it from the ancient to release it into our modern worl

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Charnel House

Of course they thought he was crazy But Seymour Willis insisted his house was breathing and that he heard someone's or something's heartbeat pounding within the walls So the. John works at the sanitation department and gets a different kind of visit one day Seymour Willis swears that his house is breathing John figures that there is rat party going on or something along those lines He doesn t have much else to do that afternoon though so he and a buddy of his decide to go and check out the house to give the old man peace of mind That goes well Now that the thing inside the house has everyone s attention John teams up with a doctor and an occult bookseller to find out about what s going onThe book was written in the seventies and it s completely perfect for that b movie 70 s time period Where else are you going to find a doctor smoking cigarettes like a freight train Then the booger When are people going to learn They always come back Booksource Netgalley in exchange for review

SUMMARY Charnel House

Disbelievers investigated doubting the existence of ghosts or demons until their reason was shattered by the shrieking unseen creature who threatened to claim their lives By. CHARNEL HOUSE by Graham Masterton is what I consider to be vintage Masterton That is a story rich in folklore and the supernatural blended together in a modern day setting where the average person holds credence only in science and things that can be proven in a laboratoryThe story begins with the unassuming scene of an elderly gentleman Seymour Wallis walking into the sanitation department office of John Hyatt His simple statement of his complaint however is anything BUT average It s my house It s breathing After the initial bureaucratic talk John somehow finds himself and colleague Dan Machin who just happens to be a believer of supernatural manifestations at the home of Mr Wallis that evening His interpretation of what they heard this breathing could make your skin prickle with cold It was the breathing of someone who could never wake up It had to do with death than with life Following that disaster brings John in contact with Dr Jim Jarvis who is overseeing Dan s new unprecedented symptoms After another colleague meets with a uniue grisly fate Jane John s one time girlfriend happens to make the connection to a particularly nasty Indian demon known as the Coyote Do these rational men seem a little too uick to believe in this supernatural entity Yes Is it a little too convenient that Jane can contact the leading Indian medicine man George Thousand Names and learn every single particular about this demon AbsolutelyDoes this change my opinion about the flow of the storyNo it doesn tWhat Masterton has crafted here is a thrilling book about a vicious all powerful Indian demon that has managed to break his bonds and become flesh once Or rather a spectral manifestation a ghost made of eerie density and contorted flesh The atmosphere is further heightened by a plague of silent large grey birds that no human can budge harbingers of the CoyoteWhile the characters didn t show a whole lot of depth in my opinion Masterton than makes up for that with a violent gory story about one of the most ruthless ferocious Indian demons ever to have been created and able to bring itself back to lifeRecommendedI received an e copy of this book through NegGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review The Abel & Cole Veg Box Companion investigated doubting the existence of ghosts or demons until their reason was shattered by the shrieking unseen creature who threatened to claim their lives By. 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Then it was too late to stop the fiendish force from wreaking vengeance upon those denying its very existence One by one they must die in exchange for its eternally evil soul. When my buddy Kasia and I met in 2008 one of the first authors we discussed was Graham Masterton Kasia s from Poland and Masterton was one of the first horror authors published in Polish after the fall of the USSR I was familiar with his name but upon looking at his extensive bibliography I had no idea where to begin Kasia said Well you could try Walkers Walkers was really good Oh and Ritual Ritual was sick Or Flesh and Blood That one s about the Green Man What s the Green Man I said Kasia said You ll see And I did And I still have shuddering nightmares about himit So far I ve read four Mastertons Walkers Flesh And Blood The Pariah Ritual Without looking back I think I gave half of those four stars and the other half five Good reading sounds like right But all this time I ve wanted to try an early one There s something about early works especially from prolific authors If you begin with their later work it s fun to compare with the beginning see ifhow the author s style changed how he or she went about creating characters building suspense in their early efforts Of my previous reads The Pariah is the earliest and while good is easily the weakest of the four The scenarios were well done the historical data was very convincing But their were some minor annoyances that were also present in Charnel House the primary one being a tendency for the narrator to refer to each character by his or her full name every time that character is mentioned or spoken to Charnel House is from 1978 and relies on the then hot topic of demonic possession It opens with a man named Seymour Wallis coming to visit the offices of narrator John Hyatt who is an official for the sanitation department of San Francisco It appears Seymour Wallis is having a problem with his house The house is breathing How awesome is that A breathing house Fuck yeah Where do I sign up Oh wait I already did Well let s read this sucker then We get to know Wallis his breathing house and temporally the narrator The first fifty to sixty pages are fine reading For an early novel the characterization is strong though I never felt uite as connected to John the narrator as I did to the peripheral characters Along the way we re introduced to several other characters who may or may not make it to the end This is a short novel around 185 pages depending on the edition By page 90 the novel takes aI don t wanna call it boringI don t think it was boringbut I didn t find myself as engaged with the scenes as I was in the beginning One of the neatest parts of the previous Masterton reads was all the research the characters did to find out what exactly it is they re up against In this one the characters have lucky hunches that kinda sorta go along with their backgrounds but it seemed way too convenient In the other Mastertons and this may drive some people batty but I loved it the characters drive and venture and finally find in some decaying tome just the information they were looking for And usually all the info is not conveniently located in one volume but as in real life spaced out all over the place What I like about scenes like this is how much they remind me of one of my favorite authors HP Lovecraft Lovie as I like to call him loved to have his characters gather long forgotten bits of arcane lore in order and use these writings to help defeat or usually try to defeat some demonic or intergalactic entity Another problem is the novel is an undiagnosed schizophrenic I mentioned earlier that this is a demonic possession novel I know this from things I read on the net The copy I read an omnibus edition with three other novels mentions on the back cover only the part about the breathing house So one would think Haunted House novel I feel like a haunted house novel cool But the you read the haunted house and the demonic possession begin to copulate and spit forth a bastard child that s not nearly as hideously freakish as it should be As the demonic possession element possesses the narrative my level of interest went kaput I wouldn t get out of my mind Breathing house breathing house bring it back the breathing house Still if I had not read this I would always wonder about it Especially with such a badass opening chapter The rudiments Masterton would go on to exploit are partially here But if you d like to try him at his best pick up a copy of Walkers and be prepared for Druidic freak out ¡Oh, lorem ipsum! it was too late to stop the fiendish force from wreaking vengeance upon those denying On the Edge (Dublin Nights, its very existence One by one they must die Snakewood in exchange for 88 Poems its eternally evil soul. 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  • Charnel House
  • Graham Masterton
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  • 03 December 2018
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About the Author: Graham Masterton

Graham Masterton was born in Edinburgh in 1946 His grandfather was Thomas Thorne Baker the eminent scientist who invented DayGlo and was the first man to transmit news photographs by wireless After training as a newspaper reporter Graham went on to edit the new British men's magazine Mayfair where he encouraged William Burroughs to develop a series of scientific and philosophical articles whi