The Ceiling Man by Patricia Lillie

The Ceiling Man by Patricia Lillie: The Ceiling Man by Patricia Lillie is all about the dark aspects of the modern world. Human beings have always been curious about death and the world after the death. The ghosts and spirits are the part of human myth and has always inspired the people to great extent. It is believed through out the world that some kinds of ghosts and spirits are present all around us.The Ceiling Man by Patricia Lillie is based on the observations of the young girl and all the implications attached with it.

These creations are the cause of much disturbance and the world literature is full of the stories of the ghosts and spirits where they chase the human beings to fear and awe and ultimately death with their strange features, averted limbs and the power of disappearing. The Ceiling Man by Patricia Lillie is one of such novel that tells the horrible story of the dead who has been raised to life with the help of strange magic.

Carole is certain that her autistic daughter has nothing to do with the unusual happenings at Port Massasauga. It doesn’t make sense. It’s not going to happen. In his travels, the Ceiling Man has picked up other observers, but they have all dismissed him as a nightmare. The girl is unique. She knows he’s the genuine deal. Abby, a teen, is a sweetheart. Only she sees and hears the stranger who introduces her to evil.
When Carole falls prey to the stranger’s charms, Abby must solve The Ceiling Man‘s mystery in order to save them both.

In Lillie’s compelling debut, a supernatural monster comes in the small, imaginary town of Port Massasauga and sets his eyes on Abby, a teenager with psychic talents similar to his own. Carole already has her hands enough parenting an autistic 17-year-old and coping with a judgmental mother-in-law; life becomes even more difficult when awful murders begin to coincide with her daughter Abby’s more odd behavior. Abby is the only one who can see and so stop the Ceiling Man, a body-snatching predator that feeds on human flesh.

The Ceiling Man by Patricia Lillie

Lillie avoids horror clichés by presenting characters who don’t make mindless choices. Shifting views keep the intensity high, although also makes the ending a little unclear. It might be tough to keep track of the action due to the fast transitions between characters. Regardless, horror aficionados can expect an enjoyable novel that is difficult to put down and evocative of classic slasher films.

Heartbroken by Lisa Unger is also very interesting to read.

A slow-burn horror novel. Carole is certain that her autistic daughter has nothing to do with the unusual happenings at Port Massasauga. It doesn’t make sense. It’s not going to happen. In his travels, the Ceiling Man has picked up other observers, but they have all dismissed him as a nightmare. The girl is unique.
She knows he’s the genuine deal. Abby, a teen, is a sweetheart. Only she sees and hears the stranger who introduces her to evil.When Carole falls prey to the stranger’s charms, Abby must solve The Ceiling Man’s mystery in order to save them both.

Under My Skin by Lisa Unger can be read for pure enjoyment.

The Ceiling Man by Patricia Lillie

About the Writer:

Patricia Lillie grew up in a haunted house in a small town in Northeast Ohio. Since then, she has published six picture books (not scary), a few short stories (scary), and dozens of fonts. A graduate of Parsons the New School for Design and Seton Hill University’s MFA in Writing Popular Fiction program, she is a freelance writer and designer addicted to coffee, chocolate, and cake. She also knits and sometimes purls. The Ceiling Man is her debut novel.

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Product details:

  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 24, 2015)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 300 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1502991098
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1502991096
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 14.2 ounces
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 6 x 0.68 x 9 inches
  • Best Sellers Rank: #518,672 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
  • Customer Reviews: 4.2 out of 5 stars 546 ratings

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