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House of the Lost

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Contributor(s) Sarah Rayne
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Overview: House of the Lost

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The plot revolves around the main protagonist who is novelist named Theo Kendal. Theo inherits an isolated Norfolk house from his cousin Charmery. His cousin was murdered in the same house and Theo begins to believe that that living in this house will give him a chance to ravel the truth about the murder. He also thinks the solitude of the house might aid him in finishing his new book.

But soon he begins to sense peculiar things about the Fenn House that gives him an eerie feeling in the cold and dark winter nights. Things get spookier when his new novel starts writing itself and its plot is certainly heading towards an unintentional direction. In the book, Theo finds himself writing about a young boy named Mathew. This boy lives in fear of a visit from cold-eyed men.

Worried about the safety of his family as well as himself and the dangerous secrets that surround them, he decides to move and inhabit in a distressing world where people die in morbid circumstances. This is a terrifying lace where people are punished and imprisoned without any trials, judgment or any solid logical reason and soon their identities are wiped out from the world forever. As Theo writes the story, he soon realizes Mather and his family existed in real life as a part of a dark and vicious segment of the world.

Now they begin to threaten Theo to reach out to him form the part and tear his life apart. On discovering more and more information, Theo begins to learn the connection of this story with the death of his beloved cousin Charmery. Bring home this amazing psychological thriller by the celebrated author Sarah Rayne, who has also written "Ghost Song". This is extremely interesting and the plot will keep you on the edge throughout.

House of lost is an English book written by Sarah Rayne. Simon & Schuster UK published this book on October 26 in the year 2010. The book comes with a paperback cover binding comprising of 416 pages. It has ISBN 10 code 1847393578 and its ISBN 13 code is 9781847393579. This book weighs about 1.2 Kg and its dimensions are 17.8 cm x 11.2 cm x 3 cm.

About the author

Sarah Rayne is a celebrated English novelist who has written over 25 books. Her book "Tower of Silence" has been long-listed for the 2005 Theakston's Award. Most of her books are also published in other countries like America, Germany, Holland, Russia and Turkey. In the year 2011, Sarah first published her original series of ghost-themed books that featured the famous character of Oxford Don, Michael Flint, as well as Nell West, the antiques dealer, who made their debut appearance in the book Property of a Lady. Many years ago, Sarah also penned down six horror books with contemporary plots under the pen name of Frances Gordon.

These books were recently re-issued in e-Book formats. To find out more about Sarah Rayne visit her website or follow her on Facebook at: and

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Features: House of the Lost

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Product Details
Language English
Publication Date August 5, 2010
Publisher Simon & Schuster UK
Contributor(s) Sarah Rayne
Binding Paperback
Page Count 416
ISBN 10 1847393578
ISBN 13 9781847393579
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 1.2 kg
Product Dimensions 11.1 cm x 0.1 cm x 17.8 cm
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  1.  a Gripping novel 21 November, 2013 On
    I grabbed this novel from the library this may as a random choice.But when i started reading this novel only i realized this is not a novel that should be read as yet another novel.Despite the compelling cover image, the novel really stands out amidst the creepy plot.The author's meticulous way of writing gave me the impression that i am actually gone out of this present world and i never realized that i was totally lost into the story .The house of the lost is a rattling good story.

    The voice of this book is the book itself but it really doesn't matter as i was able to connect with the story and the inside characters very well.The author Sarah Rayne has well told the story of Theo Kendal, a writer who inherits the property of his cousin Charmery after her brutal murder.Like every other novels, the killer is unknown.But her novel is not entirely about finding out who the killer is and what's his ulterior motive behind killing.

    The main protgonist, Theo never expected to visit Fenn House which was passed on to him after his deceased cousin Charmery because he believed it would cause trouble into his stable life.He makes a sudden visit to the house which is now haunted by the memories of Charmery and his own characters in the book that he is writing.What happens when all the characters he has imagined for his new novel becomes real and not only they are real but also many of them are now alive.What is more gripping is they all have connections to Charmery's death. Although there were many characters in the novel, there is no baffle as to which character is who .This novel can be split into three short novels.The story of Theo and Charmery and thier unatural love, then Theo's novel of Mathew and Mara, and a separate gothic story about the lesbians, Annaleise and Zoia. Overall, I could say this is a novel written out of great intelligence and brilliancy.
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