The Kalbrandt Institute Archives - Book I: Hauntings

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Eva can read the true stories of whatever she touches. In the Archives, she got more than she bargained for... More

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  • Category: Fiction » Horror » Ghost
  • Words: 53,310
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9789492194091
About Chris Chelser

Reading can be a transformative experience. Any story, whatever genre or purpose, has the potential to show new perspectives. Perspectives you can't capture in a price tag. That is why my ebooks are free: they are a present to you, dear reader. I hope you enjoy them!

"Chris Chelser writes dark paranormal fiction about ghosts, monsters, history and the human soul. Preferring dark stories to ‘happy ever after’ since she was a child, she began writing in her teens and never stopped. She lives in the Netherlands with her family and the demons under the bed."

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Review by: Emlet on July 24, 2018 :
This was the first book of the author that I read. A friend had recommended it because they know I like stories of the unexpected.

There were five stories, each of them set in a different period of time, ranging from the 17th to the 21st century. They were linked by the story of Eva Novotná, a young psychic starting her first job.

Not wanting to spoiler anyone, let me say that all five stories were unusual in their own rights, either by their solutions or their settings.

Kalbrand Institute Archives: Hauntings contains hardly murder, some mayhem, neither gore nor dirty linen, but stories with a darker edge, unruly ghosts and a mysterious Institute with an even more mysterious person at its head.
I hope there will soon be a follow-up, because Chelser made it easy for me to develop a taste for their story-telling.
My –admittedly minor- quibble is that having become engrossed in Eva‘s story almost from page one and wanting to know how she develops in her first job, my suspension of disbelief was briefly brought to a halt by the first of the hauntings.

Therefore it is 4.5/5

A recommended read.
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