From the prologue, I knew that this was going to be a gritty horror read. Digging into the past when Angel Manor was a convent, I was introduced to naked, murderous nuns sacrificing children on the equinox and I knew this was going to be good. Fast forward to present day, Freya and her friends keep seeing ghosts and some force is keeping the ghosts in Angel Manor. There was a great feeling of suspense the entire way through the book since the force in the house was not revealed to the very end and it wasn't quite evident if the psychic helped clear the house or caused more damage. Freya, Oliver, Bam along with the construction crew offered a good cast of characters,each with different reactions to the house. I really enjoyed the pace of the book, the mix of the gore, suspense, mystery and classic horror. It also reminded me a bit of American Horror Story Murder House which was a plus for me.
This book was received for free in return for an honest review.