Tea for Twenty: From the Files of the Tayan Research Network

By: Macavery, Tristan

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Very good condition no interior marks or highlighting. May have slight shelfwear. Tea for Twenty: From the Files of the Tayan Research Network By Macavery, Tristan What most impressed me about this book was its honesty. Even though the disclaimer at the front says that it's a work of fiction, it reads as if it's been taken from as it claims the files of some research organization. It rings with authenticity and clamors for attention with every page. As a man with strong psychic abilities myself, I am wary of most modern "haunted house" tales. Many get their facts wrong, or at the least don't research their subject well. MacAvery has created strong, believable characters who each have motives to solve the house, to keep it from being solved, and to prevent others from discovering too many secrets. In fact, it's the characters that make this book so exceptional. I feel like I could write letters to any one of them and get a response, as if we'd met in real life. I had read MacAvery's DIVINE INTERVENTION (apparently out of print at the moment), and I found him to be a daring writer. Even Stephen King didn't create a demon that looked like Jesus and killed by making backward miraclesThis book shows more sensitivity toward characters but is no less terrifying. There were times when I wondered if I dared turn another page. It's a good solid read, with a very satisfying and scary ending. Keep your lights on. Paperback: 476 pages Publisher: Authorhouse July, 2003 Language: English ISBN: 1410758966 Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 6.1 x 1.1 inches

Title: Tea for Twenty: From the Files of the Tayan Research Network

Author Name: Macavery, Tristan

Categories: College Textbooks, History Textbooks, Novels,

Publisher: Bloomington, Indiana, U.S.A., AuthorHouse: 2003

ISBN Number: 1410758966

ISBN Number 13: 9781410758965

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Type: Book

Seller ID: 000127

Keywords: Tea for Twenty: From the Files of the Tayan Research Network