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Amid the sweet sounds of a music box, their darkest fears will haunt them… In Black River, Tennessee, everyone knows the legend of the Bell Witch… and the alleged curse that hangs like a dark shroud over the town. To some, it is just a local tall tale. But to others, it is terrifyingly real. For centuries, four families have been forced into the ritualistic tradition of s Amid the sweet sounds of a music box, their darkest fears will haunt them… In Black River, Tennessee, everyone knows the legend of the Bell Witch… and the alleged curse that hangs like a dark shroud over the town. To some, it is just a local tall tale. But to others, it is terrifyingly real. For centuries, four families have been forced into the ritualistic tradition of sacrifice and terror. Every year, a member of each family stumbles upon an antique music box they need to lock before the time is up. And a horrible fate awaits them once the boxes open. Trapped in the witch’s sadistic game, the families’ young offspring are forced to journey into the dark and twisted woods of Black River in search for the keys to their salvation. But as they search for a way to end the curse, a haunting melody echoes through the trees. And each lost soul must wonder… Will they survive the night? Or will the Bell Witch’s bloody harvest claim more victims?


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Amid the sweet sounds of a music box, their darkest fears will haunt them… In Black River, Tennessee, everyone knows the legend of the Bell Witch… and the alleged curse that hangs like a dark shroud over the town. To some, it is just a local tall tale. But to others, it is terrifyingly real. For centuries, four families have been forced into the ritualistic tradition of s Amid the sweet sounds of a music box, their darkest fears will haunt them… In Black River, Tennessee, everyone knows the legend of the Bell Witch… and the alleged curse that hangs like a dark shroud over the town. To some, it is just a local tall tale. But to others, it is terrifyingly real. For centuries, four families have been forced into the ritualistic tradition of sacrifice and terror. Every year, a member of each family stumbles upon an antique music box they need to lock before the time is up. And a horrible fate awaits them once the boxes open. Trapped in the witch’s sadistic game, the families’ young offspring are forced to journey into the dark and twisted woods of Black River in search for the keys to their salvation. But as they search for a way to end the curse, a haunting melody echoes through the trees. And each lost soul must wonder… Will they survive the night? Or will the Bell Witch’s bloody harvest claim more victims?

30 review for The Harvest: Scary Supernatural Horror with Monsters

  1. 5 out of 5

    David

    The premise of this book is that every year members of certain families find a mysterious music box that they must unlock before the time runs out. If they fail, all sorts of horror awaits them. The four young people chosen this particular year could not be any different. They set out in search of the Bell Witch, at least one of them hoping to end the harvest once and for all. Along the way, they face numerous terrors and near death experiences. Stories of sacrifices are common in the horror genr The premise of this book is that every year members of certain families find a mysterious music box that they must unlock before the time runs out. If they fail, all sorts of horror awaits them. The four young people chosen this particular year could not be any different. They set out in search of the Bell Witch, at least one of them hoping to end the harvest once and for all. Along the way, they face numerous terrors and near death experiences. Stories of sacrifices are common in the horror genre. This one tells it better than most. We get to know each of the four chosen people as they struggle to complete the quest. All have their own issues and as the story progresses, the reader is left to wonder which of them will break first. I liked this book - a lot. It has many of the qualities I look for in a horror read, especially people facing almost certain death. Highly recommended.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Amit

    Can anyone tell me what is the scariest think about this book anyway? Completely wasted my time. This is my first book by this author and obviously it is my last. Totally bogus story and didn't expect it... Judging and reading the good and excellent review I have decided to read this book out but 8 disappointed me completely with utter frustration. I didn't find it anything scary about this book. The book was for me so irritating that at some point I just wanted to throw it at the ground I don't Can anyone tell me what is the scariest think about this book anyway? Completely wasted my time. This is my first book by this author and obviously it is my last. Totally bogus story and didn't expect it... Judging and reading the good and excellent review I have decided to read this book out but 8 disappointed me completely with utter frustration. I didn't find it anything scary about this book. The book was for me so irritating that at some point I just wanted to throw it at the ground I don't care who you think that is a bad idea or not I just explaining my feelings toward this. 2 to make my review in very short term I hi I just want to copy and paste the good reads review in here - "In Black River, Tennessee, everyone knows the legend of the Bell Witch… and the alleged curse that hangs like a dark shroud over the town. To some, it is just a local tall tale. But to others, it is terrifyingly real. For centuries, four families have been forced into the ritualistic tradition of sacrifice and terror. Every year, a member of each family stumbles upon an antique music box they need to lock before the time is up. And a horrible fate awaits them once the boxes open. Trapped in the witch’s sadistic game, the families’ young offspring are forced to journey into the dark and twisted woods of Black River in search for the keys to their salvation. But as they search for a way to end the curse, a haunting melody echoes through the trees. And each lost soul must wonder… Will they survive the night? Or will the Bell Witch’s bloody harvest claim more victims?"... Before I end this review I want to say something about Basheba. The prime female character of this book and the author tried her best to create har like something brilliant leader in the group. This character most certainly disgusted me very much and it was so frustrating that if I find myself happened to be there I would slap her on the face. And one more thing that really got me down by reading it, there's a lot of description about him, her I mean all the characters. Just couldn't find the link between them if you know what I mean. I just could not stand the side of this price female character. Sofia ladies event to boost result like this but very much I didn't so here is my final and last read by this author... Of course I resulting the read and of course it was my fault; I should have analyse the book more before reading it... Can anyone tell me what is the scary think about this book anyway? Completely wasted my time. This is my first book by this author and obviously it is my last. Totally bogus story and didn't expect it... Judging and reading the good and excellent review I have decided to read this book out but 8 disappointed me completely with utter frustration. I didn't find it anything scary about this book. The book was for me so irritating that at some point I just wanted to throw it at the ground I don't care who you think that is a bad idea or not I just explaining my feelings toward this. 2 to make my review in very short term I hi I just want to copy and paste the good reads review in here - "In Black River, Tennessee, everyone knows the legend of the Bell Witch… and the alleged curse that hangs like a dark shroud over the town. To some, it is just a local tall tale. But to others, it is terrifyingly real. For centuries, four families have been forced into the ritualistic tradition of sacrifice and terror. Every year, a member of each family stumbles upon an antique music box they need to lock before the time is up. And a horrible fate awaits them once the boxes open. Trapped in the witch’s sadistic game, the families’ young offspring are forced to journey into the dark and twisted woods of Black River in search for the keys to their salvation. But as they search for a way to end the curse, a haunting melody echoes through the trees. And each lost soul must wonder… Will they survive the night? Or will the Bell Witch’s bloody harvest claim more victims?"... Before I end this review I want to say something about Basheba. The prime female character of this book and the author tried her best to create har like something brilliant leader in the group. This character most certainly disgusted me very much and it was so frustrating that if I find myself happened to be there I would slap her on the face. And one more thing that really got me down by reading it, there's a lot of description about him, her I mean all the characters. Just couldn't find the link between them if you know what I mean. I just could not stand the side of this price female character. Sofia ladies event to boost result like this but very much I didn't so here is my final and last read by this author... Of course I resulting the read and of course it was my fault; I should have analyse the book more before reading it...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lolapaige

    I feel like maybe this was more young adult fiction. The characters were annoying to the point that I hated all of them and it wasn't scary at all. The ending felt rushed. I was glad it ended so abruptly though because I was bored by that point.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Tammy N Bauer

    Really enjoyed the dynamic of the chosen four! I believe I've just discovered the next sleep deprivation page turner in my life. ! Not your typical witch plot, or what one might expect for the heroics, I loved it!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Holmes

    Intense and terrifying! It took a little bit for me to keep the introduction of characters straight, but once we entered the town of Black River, I could not put this book down. I hope there will be many more to follow in this series!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    Wow This was an interesting story. The twist and turns, then showing how a situation can bring people closer. Really enjoy reading this author.

  7. 4 out of 5

    James Wurth

    You dread turning the next page! One of the most frightening books I've ever read. Can't wait to start Book 2! What an imagination! Great stuff.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Debbi Smith

    Scary, scary book! I read anything by Sarah Clancy but this outdoes its self. Read this book!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tiggyleee

    The start of a new series doesn't let down.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jolynn Young

  11. 4 out of 5

    Urika Polo

  12. 4 out of 5

    Laurie Bedell

  13. 4 out of 5

    Trish Franks

  14. 5 out of 5

    Erin Salada

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jillian

  16. 5 out of 5

    Angel Wingert

  17. 5 out of 5

    Freda

  18. 5 out of 5

    Renata

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

  20. 5 out of 5

    angela

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kris

  22. 4 out of 5

    Karen Landon

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sam Malane

  24. 5 out of 5

    Bernadette McPherson

  25. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Ann

  26. 4 out of 5

    Veronica Wallace

  27. 5 out of 5

    Katie

  28. 4 out of 5

    Lance Wright

  29. 5 out of 5

    Piper Perry

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

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