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[ PDF ] ✪ The Sacrifice Box Author Martin  Stewart – Plummovies.info Sep, Arkle, Mack, Lamb And Hadley Five Friends Thrown Together One Hot, Sultry Summer When They Discover An Ancient Stone Box Hidden In The Forest, They Decide To Each Make A Sacrifice Something Special To Them, Committed To The Box For Ever And They Make A Pact They Will Never Return To The Box At Night They Ll Never Visit It Alone And They Ll Never Take Back Their OfferingsFour Years Later, The Gang Have Drifted Apart Then A Series Of Strange And Terrifying Events Take Place, And Sep And His Friends Understand That One Of Them Has Broken The PactAs Their Sacrifices Haunt Them With Increased Violence And Hunger, They Realise That They Are Not The First Children To Have Found The Box In Their Town S History And Ultimately, The Box May Want The Greatest Sacrifice Of All One Of Them


10 thoughts on “The Sacrifice Box

  1. Paromjit Paromjit says:

    This is a dark and atmospheric supernatural horror thriller set in the 1980s The actual location is left mysteriously unclear although we do know that it is an island It is 1982 and the main character, September Sep Hope and teens Arkle, Mack, Lamb and Hadley have spent the summer together In the forest they find an ancient stone box to which they each consign important sacrifices to cement their recent friendships They promise to agree a number of things, including to never


  2. Sara Sara says:

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.One summer 70 s evening, five boys discover a box in the woods To cement their friendship, the friends decide to make sacrifices to the box by giving up something meaningful to place inside, with the threat that if one of them opens the box, terrible things will happen.1982, and the friends have drifted apart Until terrible, wicked things start to happen Someone has broken the pact and opened the box.On reading the blu


  3. Renee Godding Renee Godding says:

    DISCLAIMER The Sacrifice Box probably doesn t even deserve the enjoyment it got from me Objectively , it s not a good book It s pretty bad actually Subjectively, I had a ton of fun and it was just what I needed, right now If you are reading this review, you have caught me in a moment of weakness I ve had a really rough week maybelike weeks , and I was in desperate need of a little guilty pleasure Some people grab a horribly cheesy rom com, some O.D on chocolate and wine, I ind DISCLAIMER


  4. Kirsty ❤️ Kirsty ❤️ says:

    One of the great things I loved about this book was the setting It s set in 1986 and the lead characters are just 1 year older than me at the time It brings about such great memories of bad hair, outlandish dress sense and some fabulous music I d give it all the stars just for setting alone Four years previously the gang, after a wonderful summer each made a sacrifice to a stone box they find in the woods do these things ever end well As you can imagine this comes back to haunt them as, One of


  5. Ellen Gail Ellen Gail says:

    2.5 stars Lots of fun 80s vibes and a bit of creepy stuff, but lacking in the charactersNever come to the box alone.Never open it after dark.Never take back your sacrifice Soooo, I kind of forgot I hadn t reviewed this one yet Whoops Let s fix that.Riding the unstoppable train of nostalgia and creepy charm that is Stranger Things, Martin Stewart s sopho novel, The Sacrifice Box unfortunately fails to stand out from the crowd The pacing was alright, it s an easy enough read But I m 2.5 stars Lots of


  6. Stacee Stacee says:

    DNF at 34%I loved this synopsis and the cover and was so eager to get to this This cast of characters is fairly large and I couldn t connect to any of them, especially with the jumping around in POVs I don t know if it was the formatting on my e arc, but everything felt choppy and underdeveloped Plot wise, it was slow I know I didn t give it too much, but I expect something compelling to have happened when I m a third of the way into a story There was nothing captivating me I did skip to t DNF at 34%I lov


  7. Lia Lia says:

    Please tell me I m not the only one who didn t expect a horror novel after reading that synopsis I normally don t read horror books, it s not at all my genre, but I did enjoy reading this one surprisingly The story is about Sep whose name is actually September , he s lonely, has no friends and wants to move from the island he lives to the mainland to go to school there and become an engineer The story is set in the 1980 s but there are flashbacks to what happened before the main storyline Please tell me I m not


  8. Liz Barnsley Liz Barnsley says:

    The synopsis for this one sounded so dark and brilliant even as YA that I was really looking forward to it I read it fast, it is an easy read in that sense, but honestly it missed the mark for me on quite a few levels.That is not to say that it is not entertaining It is in many ways but for meas a bang through kind of thing rather than feeling any depth or substance Having said that descriptively speaking this author has a certain something that has made me want to read his next book The synopsis for this one sounded


  9. Kayla Kayla says:

    I didn t love this book but it was really entertaining to read and it had a really enjoyable storyline.


  10. Kirsti Kirsti says:

    I ve always enjoyed horror books, while hating that they scare me at the same time Although this one wasn t too scary, it had enough scary gross out moments that I could appreciate it Basically it is the story of five friends who are driven together for just one summer, and then when High School begins are driven apart again by well, High School That one Summer they had together, they discovered a box and each put a sacrifice in, vowing to never remove them, never visit the box alone, and nev I ve always enjoyed horror books, wh


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