Rosemary's Baby

Rosemary's Baby book by Ira Levin

Haunting, whispering, dancing through the darkening halls of insanity. Can you say what is true and are you sure enough to risk it all?

Rosemary’s a stay at home wife and Guy Woodhouse an aspiring actor. They are a young couple looking for a new apartment and found themselves blessed with the opportunity to move into the historical apartment of their dreams. However when they revealed this exciting information to a dear friend, they were meet with a strange sight. He was displeased and asked them not to move in. He told them about the unfortunate happenings in that old building that it had baby eating sisters living it once, strange deaths, and a satanic occult. Rosemary and guy quickly shrugged off their friend’s silly pleas, after all no sensible person really believes in something like witches and a magical occult, right?

In this tale of sheer terror, that smiles with sickening revelations. Like a game this book takes you by the hands, whispering to you little secrets. Pushing you forward to find its truth.

 

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