I did my book report on the Book ,The Amityville H
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I did my book report on the Book ,The Amityville Horror. Let me just say that this is one of the scariest books I have ever read. Its about a house in Amityville, New York that has some thing very terribly evil and wrong in it. They moved there to get away from city life, and brought themselves straight ino what I think was the very heart of evil. Things go wrong, people get sick,hurt, and nearly killed. Things seem to appear when they aren\'t there, or stuff will move. Sometimes a violent force would shove someone or knock things over, and stuff would appear somewhere else. One thing that scared me most was a creature that the youngest daughter called,Judy would run around outside of the house. Sometimes it would be in the basement, or looking into windows. It was a pig looking beast that walked on two hoofed feet and had red eyes, I shudder to think about such a thing. One part that was REALLY bad was when they found a secret room in the basement. It was small, and the walls were blood red, maybe even painted with blood. They think that a cult may have lived there first and used that room for something, that I will not go into. There was this one time, a pastor came to exercise the house, but when he tried a deep rough voice screamed GET OUT. Afterwards, he became very sick, he had the flu and a bad rash. He couldn\'t hold down his food and felt bad for days. But in the end he became well again.This book is scary, I would not recommend it to any one under 13. I personally love books like this and if you do too I suggest to get a copy.
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