A Book Review: Through the Nethergate by Author Roberta Eaton Cheadle

 

Author Roberta Eaton Cheadle writes an incredible and terrifying adventure; a journey into a ghostly story with many historical tales relevant to this fascinating story and incorporating many real fictionalized characters that once lived and breathed that had experienced horrors from the past.

This story will greatly please ghost story lovers and I do love a great ghost story and this story has many ghosts; there are helpful ghosts and evil ghosts as well as entities to be dealt with that are as dangerous, wicked, and deadly as you can imagine.

What I found of great interest beyond the incredible ghost story is the intriguing depth of knowledge given to the reader by the author. As I reader, I loved the historical in-depth knowledge that is a fascinating addition to this story. This author has done her work that helps to create the reality within the story.  Margaret, the main character, carries the story forward to a very satisfying ending, that will not disappoint the reader.

I give this historical ghost story by Author Roberta Eaton Cheadle, a 5 star rating.

 

 

2 thoughts on “A Book Review: Through the Nethergate by Author Roberta Eaton Cheadle

  1. It’s interesting to read a review on a book that I’m in the midst of reading. Thanks for the no spoilers review.

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    • Yes, I never consider spoilers for a review, because if a reader truly reads a book you don’t need to use spoilers at all, because what a reader should take away from the book is what it has given to the reader emotionally, intellectually, and what that reader has learned from the book – that is what you take with you.

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