Review of Harold the Haunted Doll book!

Anthony, I’ve been reading your book, Harold the Haunted Doll, and I’ve always thought that it’s not your ordinary doll – not even by the standards of Annabelle featured in the movie, The Conjuring, but what I’ve read so far is really freaking me out.

Harold seems to be able to travel world wide, as he sits in your hotel room in Denver Colorado. How does he do that? Simply because he can? It doesn’t seem to matter how near or far you are from him either, as I personally found out myself.

Your book has led me to feel every emotion, fear, anxiety, anticipation. While reading it, I’ve questioned, “Is this real?” But I know all to well that it is.

The story between these covers is riveting compelling, intriguing, as well as suspenseful, and mysterious. Anthony, you’re such a eloquent, artful author, that I can also feel how you’ve struggled with this dark, sinister, entity, and how you’ve tried to help others try to understand as well.

I’ve got to tell you, this book is definitely movie material. While I’ve found movies like The Conjuring, The Entity, and others of this genre scary, and freaky, this doll will actually make people’s blood run cold, and leave them not wanting to close their eyes to sleep at night. That’s the way I feel, and I’m not done reading the book yet! It’s really that good!

You’d better write a second book about this otherwise I’m going to hunt you down and hurt you myself! LOL!


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2 thoughts on “Review of Harold the Haunted Doll book!

  1. Gerry

    Just read your book. All i can say is “holy crap dude!” Have you considered you are under oppression since bringing harold out of storage? Possibly could explain why you are reluctant to get rid of it, release it, or place it back in storage surrounded by holy salt bricks. This is creepier than seeing that clown demon hiding in the street flood drain in the movie “it”. This is stuff for movies. If there’s additional books…I’m in.

    1. Hi Gerry! Thank you for your comment!

      The reason I’m reluctant to get rid of the doll is because Vincent has told me that I’m the one who is supposed to release the three souls in the doll. The one who calls himself “Harold” is to remain in the doll. my on-going

      Honestly, there is so much more to the story that I haven’t told yet, but I just started writing a “sequel.” In it, I’m filling in some of the gaps, and chronicling my own going efforts to find out how this happened, why, and what I can do to release the three.

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