The Intruders - E.E. Richardson

Joel and Cassie are moving in with their step father and his kids. Joel doesn't mind so much, but Cassie definitely isn't thrilled about it. They move into a big, old house that needs a lot of fixing up. But Joel is excited about it being so big since him, his sister and mom lived in a small apartment.

But as much as Joel likes the place, he begins to admit something is not right about it and whatever is there, is making it more and more clear.

I've read one other book by this author called Devil's Footsteps and it is a creepy good story. The Intruders has a good, gripping story too and I found that I couldn't put it down.

What made it less enjoyable for me was how Cassie character was written. When she is not complaining, she is a good character. And while I understand she felt that her new family was intruding on their lives, she could be mean. However, Damon was pretty much the same as Cassie. And what else bothered me was that whenever something happened, Joel and Cassie's mother always blamed Cassie. There was no even seeing if any of the other kids did it.

Besides that, I liked the story and this author just seems to write books that really hook me in and make me want to keep on reading.

While I enjoyed Devil's Footsteps more, this was a good read and it kept me reading to find out what would happen next. I would give it 3 and a half stars.