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A cottage was found in the heart of the forest It was charming, maybe a little run down, but so peaceful a magical haven for creativity and love But the cottage had an alternative side the bad magic What happened there was horrendous beyond belief ❮Reading❯ ➶ I Blame The Scapegoats Author John O& – maybe a little run down ❮PDF❯ ✅ Beneath the Earth Author John Boyne – but so peaceful a magical haven for creativity and love But the cottage had an alternative side the bad magic What happened there was horrendous beyond belief The Magic Cottage

About the Author: James Herbert

James Herbert was Britain s number one bestselling writer a position he held ever since publication of his first novel and one of the world s top writers of thriller horror fiction He was one of our greatest popular novelists, whose books are sold in thirty three other languages, including Russian and Chinese Widely imitated and hugely influential, his 19 novels have soldthan 42 million copies worldwide As an author he produced some of the most powerful horror fiction of the past decade With a skillful blend of horror and thriller fiction, he explored the shaded territories of evil, evoking a sense of brooding menace and rising tension He relentlessly draws the reader through the story s ultimate revelation one that will stay to chill the mind long after the book has been laid aside His bestsellers, THE MAGIC COTTAGE, HAUNTED, SEPULCHRE, and CREED, enhanced his reputation as a writer of depth and originality His novels THE FOG, THE DARK, and THE SURVIVOR have been hailed as classics of the genre.

10 thoughts on “The Magic Cottage

  1. says:

    Published in 1986, this James Herbert novel is a lot of fun.Herbert had the talent to write very different types of stories From flat out splatter like The Rats or The Fog, to comedic humor like the horror story Creed, I know that Herbert guarantees me a good time The Magic Cottage was not a disappointment.A fun, slow burning story about a loving couple wanting to get away from things and instead ending up in the middle of th

  2. says:

    this is not a bad book i don t think this is a particularly good book either easy to read and not particularly painful to get through i read it all through one long rainy night Herbert is a real professional the screws are tightened expertly, our two leads are sympathetic realistic although one of them is a wee bit off , the mysteries unfold at a good pace, creepy supernatural goings on abound, some enjoyable twists turns pop up

  3. says:

    Also a very good book from the late James Herbert A chocolate box cottage A beautiful setting The dream home Magical forest and a cult Loved this book by a great British Author.

  4. says:

    This book was an absolute delight, a thrilling and exciting story from its nicely understated beginning straight down to its boombastic final showdown and picture perfect ending Classic Herbert, to take on a what could have been yet another young couple buys the house in the remote area the subject is actually referenced in a book in an awesomely meta way , all is not as it seems and make it so clever, unique original and fun Other cl

  5. says:

    I have never read anything by James Herbert, and was very intrigued with the premise of The Magic Cottage A young couple are strangely drawn to a crumbling, oddly charming house in the country On their tour of the cottage, the garden is overrun with weeds, walls are damp, moldy, and cracked, doors are warped, and the massive stone lintle over the stove is in immediate danger of falling The former owner, an reclusive elderly lady who made

  6. says:

    This book was very different from The Fog It wassubtle and was a slow read at first, but began to pick up after the halfway point The way it was narrated, like someone telling you a story was neat The descriptions of the quaint little cottage out in the woods with beautiful scenery was wonderful to escape to As the story progressed, I got caught up in how fast it moved It got quite sinister, dark, and evil I loved it I would definitely reco

  7. says:

    I totally saw everything described in this book in great detail Herbert captured the perfect description of a magic cottage deep in the woods I expectedthings to occur inside and around the cottage and towards the end, I was just left with a wanting.Totally creepy story, I was creeped out by the SYNERGIST TEMPLE in the woods Freaky, crazy..This is why I love James Herbert He can make me see it, feel it, smell it, and just completely pull you a

  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here My sister recommended James Herbert and decided that since she thought I d not have the heart nor stomach for horror as I m a fan of fantasy and dislike seeing anything gruesome or bone chilling freaky , that starting me off with The Magic Cottage would be a good first choice Unfortunately, I expected serious horror and was disappointed by the time I was halfway throu

  9. says:

    First of all I am a MASSIVE James Herbert fan At first this book was really slow moving and I started it over many times before finally reading it through I have a original print form 1986 which still had spelling mistakes in Anywho, as i said it was slow to start off but at it gets into it and the two main characters Mike and Midge begin having suspicions about the Magic capital M for a reason it really turns into your typical James Herbert page tu

  10. says:

    I simply adored this book The magical setting contrasting with the darker elements worked wonderfully to create a rich and an atmospheric read I also thoroughly enjoyed how viable the protagonist narrator felt.

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