Father of Lies

Father of Lies Ruby is the most violently disturbed patient ever admitted to Drummersgate Asylum high on the bleak moors of northern England With no improvement after two years Dr Jack McGowan finally decides to t

Ruby is the most violently disturbed patient ever admitted to Drummersgate Asylum, high on the bleak moors of northern England With no improvement after two years, Dr Jack McGowan finally decides to take a risk and hypnotises her With terrifying consequences.A horrific, dark force is now unleashed on every member of the medical team, as each in turn attempts to unlock RRuby is the most violently disturbed patient ever admitted to Drummersgate Asylum, high on the bleak moors of northern England With no improvement after two years, Dr Jack McGowan finally decides to take a risk and hypnotises her With terrifying consequences.A horrific, dark force is now unleashed on every member of the medical team, as each in turn attempts to unlock Ruby s shocking and sinister past Who is this girl And how did she manage to survive such evil Set in a desolate ex mining village, where secrets remain secrets, intruders are hounded from their homes and no one is talking, all paths eventually lead to a haunted mill, the heart of darkness and The Father of Lies Sleep tight.

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  1. Whoa If you like your books on the dark side this is one for you I am a seasoned dark fiction reader but some scenes in this one freaked even me out Sarah England is an author to watch in my humble opinion and I hope she continues to write in this genre as she is on a winner here.Satanism, sacrifices, evil spirits, possession, exorcisms, unnatural events, upside down crucifixes, unnamed gravestones, fear, evil, demons, madness Yes something light and fluffy for you dear reader The book has it al [...]


  2. Lots for the horror fan to enjoy here Although there were a couple of tiny blips that I found a little irksome refers to both Doncaster General Hospital and Doncaster Royal Infirmary it s the latter I know because I work there and acrimonious smell, when I m sure the author meant acrid , this didn t detract from the overall readability I love creepy stories centered around madness, asylums and the like so this was a perfect tale for me I also liked the fact it was set in and around what seemed t [...]


  3. Wow What a ride this book it is It is officially the first book I have ever had to stop reading at night yep, it s that scary Designed to scare the pants off Stephen King well, it did the same to me, nonetheless I could hardly put it down It s compelling, it s shocking and it s insightful In a word it s brilliant one of the best horrors I ve read in ages Ruby is in Drummersgate Forensic Psychiatric Unit for Women she s the most disturbed dare I say haunted patient they ve ever had, yet no one kn [...]


  4. Damn BookBubs for making this sound interesting I m DNFing this at 56% This book should properly be titled Pedophilia, Gang Rape, Possession It creeps me out thinking how much it might sell with an honest title.



  5. I ve heard lots of great things about this authors books but never seemed to find the time to get round to reading them Well now that I have I certainly won t be leaving reading the next one for as long.The fact that a lot of the story is set in an asylum certainly piqued my interest I don t think you can get a much better setting as well as the small and eerie ex mining village which seems to be connected to the girl.Ruby s character frightened the hell out of me There is no way I would want to [...]


  6. I ve been looking forward to reading this dark supernatural tale for ages and I m pleased to say it didn t disappoint This turned out to be a gripping, intelligently written novel that was at times claustrophobic, but always, always menacing unnervingly so The subject matter seemed highly researched, giving it an authentic feel and it was relatively easy to skip through Dipping in and out of the past gave it even mystery, and the last few chapters were incredibly intense Overall this was a book [...]


  7. I received this as an arc from the book club tbc in exchange for an honest review Ruby is the most disturbed psychiatric patient ever admitted to Drummersgate hospital, on the bleak Derbyshire moors in england With no improvement after almost 2 years, Dr Jack McGowan finally decides to take a risk and hypnotises her with devastating effects OMG Wow Absolutely fantastic read I loved the story and the characters CNPID But don t read alone.Seriously hauntingly fantastic read I cannot wait for book [...]


  8. In my current genre hopping mode I came across this occult horror trilogy I purchased the three books written by Sarah England and set off on a journey A journey into the Secret Art, the practise of Black Magic, a genre I had left behind in the 70s having read all that Dennis Wheatley had to offer His warning of the dangers of a very real and concrete nature of Satanism rang in my ears as I set out to read Father of Lies Not since The Exorcist or The Shining have I read anything so diabolical Th [...]


  9. Having read, and thoroughly enjoyed, 3am Wide Awake and Expected by Sarah England I was in no doubt I would enjoy Father Of Lies I must admit I was hooked by the blurb, and as soon as I tasted a teaser sample I had to read no devour this book I m really interested in the themes covered and the tale was all I hoped it would be, and The story is captivating, well paced, and creepy At times I even had goose bumps I liked all of the characters, even the bad ones, and the time I spent reading just f [...]


  10. Father of Lies by Sarah EnglandThe book starts of with psychologists mental health, police involved, visiting a problem family.Then it gets deeper, demonic possession, death, murder, psychological team get literally dragged in at the deep end Becky being in the middle is an interesting character, she doesn t follow blindly until evidence starts to show Really good DID cover, believable well written I loved this book, it kept me gripped from start to finish Definitely looking for


  11. This is one of the best horror stories I have read Very descriptive, very spooky and very scary Ruby was taken in to psychiatric care after she had tried to murder a man who she apparently didn t know She was very unpredictable sometimes quiet and unresponsive but other times she seemed to have multiple personalities The staff tried to help her but unbelievable things started happening to them There is so much to this book so read it if you dare



  12. I feel like there s some genuine talent here that just needs experience and polish.What I liked The characters are quite distinct from one another, which is hard to pull off with a multicast book I knew immediately who each character was and had no problems switching gears as the story flowed from one perspective to another Even better, the characters were all credible I never found myself doubting their behavior, and their reactions felt natural Lastly, S.E England has a talent for descriptio [...]


  13. Sarah England s, Father of Lies is a psychological mystery, a supernatural horror tale and an investigative thriller The horror derives not only from the supernatural but from atrocities by mortal man No spoilers It is, as well, a suspenseful mystery You might think you have it worked out but there are surpirises to the very last Be warned, the prologue is creepy It s best not read before bed The main character, Ruby, is an enigma Psychologocally damaged to the point of madness, she is often vio [...]


  14. This book did 2 things that really get under my skin First, the author used words inappropriately transgress and digress have very different meanings , and secondly, there was no real resolution to the story so you invest hours of time and interest in these characters only to really get absolutely nowhere The fowl language and crudity didn t lead anywhere and the whole work seemed to play at being a horror religious morality story but couldn t quite pull any of it off.


  15. This book was creepy for me in a good way I love to read horror and watch horror movies This book was scary and thrilling and a mystery as well I like the writers style of writing so well I would read from this author If you like scary, you should check this book out I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review


  16. Amazing, scary and scarringWow I picked this book up before I read the 2nd book Tanners Dell and I can report I m disturbed, scared and gripped all at once.I m going to start Tanners Dell tomorrow thank you Sarah England


  17. Very interesting It was not what I was expecting at all, in a good way I assumed it was a supernatural horror and while that does play, the human monsters are even worse in my opinion.There is not much I can say without giving anything away, but it was a good read and good characters.


  18. I really enjoyed this book However, I hope this is a series, because the ending isn t an ending at all Nothing is solved, nothing finished I ll research it today Child abuse, Satanism, mental health issues, and a great cast of characters come together to create a compelling story



  19. A scary fast paced book about a young woman with a serious issue With tangles of twists and dark moments, this intense read will keep you peeking through the covers until the very end Great book


  20. This was kind of a strange book to listen too The narrator was really good at the creepy demon voiceslol.Ruby was put in Drummersgate Asylum because she has a lot of problems going on Jack the doctor assigned to her decides that maybe the best way to get information out of her as to what happened to her might be hypnosis.They are all going to wish they would have just left Ruby alone and never unlocked what Ruby had locked away While Jack tries to hypnotize Ruby some strange things start to happ [...]


  21. Father of Lies is the first book by Sarah England I ve read and I m very impressed This is not light or humorous, this is dark and disturbing horror that gave me the creeps I loved the way the story all spanned from Ruby in a psychiatric ward.The characters are interesting, each with their own secrets that allow evil to penetrate their lives A couple of the scenes refer to abuse of Ruby were a bit hard to take, but I think they were necessary for the story s progression.The Book has dark and omi [...]



  22. I cut my teeth on the supernatural horror genre, mostly through books by wonderful authors such as Graham Masterton and James Herbert which I read as a teenager, so when the shout went out on my book club for reviewers and I read the blurb, I threw my hat firmly into the ring If I had any doubts that this relatively new novelist could live up to my expectations, they were very soon not only dashed but completely obliterated I found this book ticked pretty much every box for me good, well fleshed [...]


  23. Father of Lies is dark, brooding and atmospheric It is also very frightening Ruby hasn t spoken or given any reason for why she committed her terrible crime, so now locked away, probably for life, in Drummersgate Jack has decided to advance her treatment and little does he know the forces that will awakened by doing so.I do not believe in a God so therefore do not believe in the underworld of demons and ghosts, but this novel gave me such a scary thrill I could not out it down.The thing that int [...]


  24. This book took me a while to read because I could only read it during daylight hours, lol True story though.It was a scary, tightly written book, with a lot of twists and turns Fascinating reading about DID and the reasons why Ruby needed to have so many personalities Then there was the possession aspect of things With one thing and another, my heart was in my throat for most of the book I enjoyed all the different characters in the book, they were fully fleshed out and their stories all meshed [...]


  25. I actually read the second in this series Tanners Dell a couple of months ago and thoroughly enjoyed it I thought I d see how the series started and what led to the events in book 2.A complex plot, engaging characters and a whole host of dark, evil and terrifying events are contained within these pages Sarah s ability to draw you into the story, grab your attention and keep you hooked through some, quite frankly, disturbing scenes is brilliant.And there are some very dark and disturbing parts to [...]


  26. Thank you to Sarah England and TBC for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Wow What an enthralling, dark and chilling read I could only read this book during daylight hours, it was far too scary for nighttime, so if you re easily freaked out, take that into consideration, but do still read it Ruby is the most aggressively disturbed patient ever to be admitted to Drummersgate Asylum She has shown no improvement over two years and so Dr Jack McGowan decides to hypnotise [...]


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