This is the true story written by the oldest sister that includes the paranormal activity that Andrea along with other Perrone family members had endured in a farmhouse in the 1970s. The fact that it is considered a true account of the family dealing with the haunting, it was a creepy story and was vivid when she described the goings on.
It did get confusing at times in the book because the author kept jumping around with the timelines and rambled on in some of the chapters.
This book is based on the Ed & Lorraine Warren's file and movie, "The Conjuring".
Both titles have a link to the first chapter of each book on Wayne's website.
Here's my review from my blog.
Two great books for those tired of "Sparkly Vampires"
The two books in question (with a third on the way) are Whitechapel Road; A Vampyre Tale and Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary. by author Wayne Mallows.
Whitechapel Road, A Vampyre Tale will transport you to 1800′s England and quickly have you immersed in the characters. Wayne's research for this story is quite impressive which in turn helps take the reader deeper into the depths of a troubling time. I found myself anxiously following the story as it continued to twist an already amazing plot.
Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary is the second in the series and as before you are rapidly brought into the world through the eyes of the characters. This continuation of the story, unlike so many, is as good or better than the first. The characters develop right before you. Taking you in deeper into their stories. Making you empathize with their plight.
Recently reread Infinity House by Shane McKenzie. The man is quickly becoming one of my favorite new authors. Infinity House is genuinely frightening, effectively gross and heartbreaking. I've yet to lend this book to someone who didn't finish it in one sitting.