Regina

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
“I didn’t discover the plot to murder me until it was too late. I never saw it coming.” –Regina Roth More
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Words: 63,940
Language: English
ISBN: 9781499682540
About Mary Ann Moody

As the hipsters say, "I like to let my freak flag fly".

I was born in a small town and raised in an even smaller town. My childhood and my family are amazing. I had the best life growing up because I lived in the country with only my imagination, and my wonderful parents and brothers to keep me occupied. Writing is my passion and I can't see myself happy in this life without it.

Aside from writing I love to be with my family, read, play video games, cook, and watch terrible B Grade Horror movies. I do not discriminate against books, I will read anything given to me no matter what it is. My movie collection isn't as extensive as my books, but I do love movies. Especially horror movies. I spend my days with my husband and children, and completing Book Three of The Delengrad Trilogy.

The biggest love of my life is my family and friends who are the true inspiration behind my stories.

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Review by: Jeff Linker on July 16, 2014 :
My Review Might Contain Spoilers!

I'm giving this book 5 stars because it has a lot of really good parts in it. I read most of it before I went to bed, and I couldn't get the part with the ghost walking down the stairs out of my head. (nice little scene there) I spotted some basic errors, and I really hated some of the characters, like Stephen, and the girlfriends of Regina. Seemed too much like filler characters to me, and didn't have enough depth (except for Katie). Maybe the author intended them to be that way??

Overall, great character development, storyline, descriptions, and scares. I liked where the story took me and surprises it had in store for me (it wasn't predictable like most mystery novels are today). I'm hooked on Regina and look forward to the next one!
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