To Rise Again


Fiction - Paranormal
214 Pages
Reviewed on 12/22/2017
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Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite

A Jersey mansion occupied by the Nazis is abandoned at the end of the Second World War. Unknown to the local residents, it holds Hitler's most diabolical secret. Only a small girl still roaming the halls in 1983 can reveal its importance to the present population in the chilling paranormal novel, To Rise Again by Stewart Bint. When he was nine years old, David was haunted by dreams of the local decaying mansion, Idlewild. In his dreams, David explored the halls and rooms within, seeing them clearly as they were during the German Occupation. David is now eighteen and his dreams have become distant memories. However, since the arrival of a stranger, his old fantasies have resurfaced. A descendant of Idlewild's owners has come to the village to reopen the estate. When he meets the newcomer, David is overwhelmed by a never before seen vision concerning the home. This time he is awake. Is David somehow linked to the house? Are David's nighttime wanderings relevant to the events of Idlewild's history? More importantly, how does his connection affect the future?

An apocalyptic project is supernaturally linked between two eras in the spine-tingling paranormal novel, To Rise Again by Stewart Bint. Filled with unexpected twists and turns, the plot has the unique aspect of a reality existing beyond the tangible universe. Alternating between wartime England to peacetime in the early 1980s, the scenes and characters work together to create a fascinating story line filled with suspense and intrigue. Spies, diabolical plots, and a ghostly apparition make this novel a spectacular read for those who love exciting, suspenseful paranormal stories with a supernatural flair.