This book really gets creative with its dual narratives. On the one hand, we have a modern story told by Maggie, who's trying to find out if the house she grew up in is really haunted. And on the other, we have excerpts from House of Horrors, a book written by Maggie's father, who claimed that their family barely escaped the home's malevolent spirits. I love that we don't know for much of the story whether House of Horrors is truth or lies. There are lots of twists and surprises in this one, all the way to the end.