Cas Lowood is a ghost hunter – it’s part of the family business – and he’s good a pretty good reputation for it. There’s one ghost that he’s determined to destroy: Anna Dressed In Blood, the ghost of a girl wronged the night of her prom, she haunts a house in the town that Cas’s mum has just relocated him too. Anna Dressed In Blood is a mild horror (with elements of comedy and romance) that probably contains a lot of the horror movie tropes those fans of the genre will recognise. Seeing as I don’t particularly enjoy horror myself, this was a… weird read.
I’m having a little trouble giving this a rating. Because I don’t normally dive into the horror genre, (I’m more of a murder mystery person, but an actual murder person) I don’t know where to rank the book. It was certainly creepy, and horrible, and unfortunately not very enjoyable, BUT if you like the horror genre, you’d probably like this book??? It was an interesting introduction to horror, but firmly cemented that it’s not for me.
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