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10 thoughts on “The Midget's House

  1. says:

    I loved this book Now I might have been a bit pre disposed to enjoy it considering it’s full of things that interest me ghosts history and circus performers but there is enough charm and grace in the book to e

  2. says:

    I really enjoyed this book It was an awesome blend of historical fiction paranormal spookiness and intriguing mystery and was very well written The two separate viewpoints Lucinda's and Marisa's could very well have made the story disjointed but the author did an excellent job of keeping the transition between their POV's and diffe

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    An interesting book about 2 women one dead one alive who live in a charming cottage in Sarasota FL The house has been built for a midget Marisa who had lived in the cottage for a short time in childhood inherits it uite unexpectedly She moves in and learns a developer is trying to get the land to build condos the taxes haven't been

  4. says:

    I wish there was a 45 rating on this book because that was what I would give this very good book The setting jumps between the freak shows of

  5. says:

    I read this book on the kindle and also was able to get it for freeAs a little kindle read and as a free book I was pretty pleased with it Because the story is short and it occasionally jumps from two different viewpoints the story is kept fresh and interesting Usually I don't care for jumping from different people but this book managed to pull it off tastefully and both viewpoints were fairly interesting although Lucinda's was s

  6. says:

    Excellent story read in one sitting

  7. says:

    I loved itThis is a wonderful book The characters are all well developed The bad guys are never caricatures or stereotypica

  8. says:

    I enjoy uirky characters and unusual stories The Midget's House fits both categories well I did not connect as well with the characters as I wished however and I don't really know why Still it was a pleasant read and if you're looking for an interesting story with different twists you will like this one

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    This was a nice break from all the serious stuff in the world I liked this book anyone who just wants something of a get aw

  10. says:

    Pretty good although the ending was really predictable Maybe the author did a little too good of a job dropping breadcrumbs along the way

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SUMMARY ñ YOUBANG.ME ✓ Anita Bartholomew

Gn as she first seems Did Lucinda murder her lover on the day she died And if so is Marisa in danger THE MIDGET’S HOUSE was inspired by the author's own house in Sarasota Florida that if local legend is to be believed was built for the little people of the Ringling Bros Circus and is haunted to this day by at least one of the. I loved itThis is a wonderful book The characters are all well developed The bad guys are never caricatures or stereotypical The good guys and sympathetic without being portrayed as perfect There are surprises all along the way The story is extremely engaging I was sorry when I finished it

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Librarian's Note this is an alternate cover edition ASIN B005T4GLGOMarisa Delano is thrilled when she unexpectedly inherits the fairy tale like cottage on the Sarasota Florida bay front What she doesn’t know is that another woman Lucinda Lacey a sideshow midget who died on the property in 1924 still inhabits it And Lucinda ha. I loved this book Now I might have been a bit pre disposed to enjoy it considering it s full of things that interest me ghosts history and circus performers but there is enough charm and grace in the book to entrance any readerThe book essentially tells the story of two women Marisa who is starting her life over after loss and the ghostly Lucinda whose truth has been lost in time Their stories interweave in a fascinating tale of mystery ghosts romance and circus history until they collide in a tense conclusionThe perspective of this novel is told from two points of views Marisa s and Lucinda s and shifts the reader back and forth from the modern day to the early 20th century Now this change could have easily become disjointed but the author makes the transition seamless and as a reader I flowed through the story effortlessly Both Marisa and Lucinda are compelling characters never seeming helpless or weak even when they faced adversity and you are naturally pulled into their captivating parallel storiesThe book is also rich in alluring backdrops of setting and description Both worlds come to life exuisitely as the book takes you on a charismatic journey through modern Florida and the bygone era of the heydays of carnivals and circuses This lovely detailing keeps the book s pace flowing perfectly until the endThe Midget s House is an easy and enthusiastic recommend

SUMMARY ñ YOUBANG.ME ✓ Anita Bartholomew

S no intention of giving up her home to the new owner Switching between the carnivals circuses and freak shows of the early twentieth century and the boom and bust of today's Florida Lucinda's life story unfolds as Marisa searches for answers about the strange presence in her new home The diminutive Lucinda might not be as beni. Excellent story read in one sitting