Review: Voices by Michael Bray

Book Description:

The town of Oakwell is no more: an abandoned and overgrown relic left in the wake of the massacre at Hope House.
When Emma Barrett discovers the secret to Hope House, the evil responds by awakening the deranged Henry Marshall from his catatonic state.

As Emma gathers around her those who can bring an end to the Gogoku curse, a brutal game of cat and mouse begins.

Everything is at stake as the Whisper story reaches its epic conclusion. Blood will be spilled, sacrifices will be made, and redemption will be sought as the survivors of the Oakwell curse go head to head with the malevolent forces which have scourged the lands for centuries…


In the final installment of the Whisper trilogy, Michael Bray takes us back to Oakwell, or what’s left of it. The evil in the woods, the one responsible for the Hope House massacre comes out one last time and it is up to Emma and Melody to stop it. Henry Marshall escapes from the mental hospital, and when he does, all hell breaks loose.

It’s hard to talk about Voices without revealing spoilers. It is, after all, the final book in a trilogy. I will tell you that although this book stands alone quite well, it will definitely help to read the other two books in the series before diving into Voices. You can click these links to find the first two books.

Whisper – Book 1

Echoes – Book 2

If you’ve already read the first two books, you’ll be happy to know that Bray wraps up the series brilliantly. You’ll find all your questions answered, and, if you’re like me, you won’t be longing for another book. If there was any doubt that Michael Bray is a fantastic author, this book puts that doubt to rest. Fans of the paranormal need to add this book to their TBR list.


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