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The author of the book: Rebecca McNutt
Edition: Createspace
Date of issue: June 21st 2016
ISBN: 1534686916
ISBN 13: 9781534686915
Language: English
Format files: PDF
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From the author of the obscure Canadian novel Mandy and Alecto comes a new kind of novella, one that will drive readers positively batty...

Mrs. Dawes used to work at the Danvers Mental Hospital for the Insane during the 1980's, and she thought it was all in the past. Now, in 1999, she's a workaholic psychiatrist doting on troubled teens, but she's so busy with her career, that her own teenage son, Rudger, is rebelling and spinning out of control. After an incident that flooded the entire floor of his junior high school, he's been suspended, seemingly for good. His mother thinks that by traveling to the abandoned mental hospital from her university days in Massachusetts, it'll be a chance to reconnect with Rudger and recover her own lost memories from many years back. Of course, the sinister old Victorian pillars and arches have absorbed the horrors of previous eras, from lobotomies to electroshock therapy, and things won't be going as planned. After all, some places are better left alone...

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Ebook Danvers: The Reckoning read Online! Here goes nothing. My full name is Rebecca Maye McNutt, only my middle name is largely irrelevant since I hardly use it. I was born in 1998.
Some Unrelated Facts About Me That Don't Even Have Anything to do With My Writing:
I'm working on university so someday hopefully I can be a media lawyer (intellectual property and corporate law are also of interest). My favorite book, hands-down, is 'Bartleby the Scrivener' by Herman Melville. My favorite film, although it's difficult to decide, I would say is The Killing Fields. My favorite actor is Julian Richings and I'm a really big fan of all his work and the talent he puts into the Canadian film industry. I'm asexual. I like canned black olives, neo-gothic architecture, old factories/industrial buildings, vintage photography, those big coffee table photo books, National Film Board of Canada shorts, the province of Nova Scotia, analogue technology (I don't have a cellular phone and I think they're totally stupid and pointless... and where did VHS tapes and cathode ray tube televisions go?) I love films and television shows, so much so that I can't list them all. I also have quite the extensive list of ones I hate. I don't believe in man-made climate change and I think that all the measures being taken to prevent it are ridiculous, but if you believe in it, you have every right to. I'll agree to disagree.

The first book I wrote and had published was the fiction novel 'Smog City', when I was twelve. It has since become a series and is available in the anthology 'Mandy and Alecto'. I've written a number of other fictional works, mostly short stories, mostly gothic and supernatural titles. I also wrote the novellas 'Danvers: the Reckoning', 'Bittersweet Symphony' and 'Three Little Ghostly Operatives'. 'Bittersweet Symphony' is based loosely on the 2003 documentary The Corporation.

I live in the wonderful Canadian province of Nova Scotia, Canada. I'm currently studying Library & Information Technology, and I plan to eventually go to law school. I don't really do much else, but my hobbies include film photography and super 8 filmmaking (yes, film isn't dead after all), reading, watching films, drawing and... that's it.

Anyhow, I review books constantly so if you want me to review one, or if you want to review one of mine, just send a message! :)

Reviews of the Danvers: The Reckoning


From disgust to delight!


The beginning is exciting, but at the end of the book is just a very template.


Written easily, vividly, wisely.


A useful book to free yourself from negative emotions and joy.


The best ... And the most interesting, bright, fascinating ...

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