☆ Hidden Doors, Secret Rooms || ✓ PDF Read by Ì Jamie Eubanks

By Jamie Eubanks | Comments: ( 453 ) | Date: ( Apr 05, 2020 )

HIDDEN DOORS, SECRET ROOMS In this critically acclaimed paranormal suspense thriller, you ll meet Jillian Braedon, a woman with an explosive secret one that could change the world forever On the run with her five year old daughter, stranded in the middle of a blizzard and seriously injured, Jill sends little Valerie off into the raging storm alone The child stumbles onHIDDEN DOORS, SECRET ROOMS In this critically acclaimed paranormal suspense thriller, you ll meet Jillian Braedon, a woman with an explosive secret one that could change the world forever On the run with her five year old daughter, stranded in the middle of a blizzard and seriously injured, Jill sends little Valerie off into the raging storm alone The child stumbles onto the property of retired musician turned recluse, John Mills, begging for help John soon finds himself caught up in their torment, and face to face with the pursuing covert agents who will do anything to destroy the secret, and permanently silence everyone involved.


  • Title: Hidden Doors, Secret Rooms
  • Author: Jamie Eubanks
  • ISBN: 9781482356182
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Jamie Eubanks

As a child, I would go on these long cross country drives with the family And believe me when I say it can get very boring, in a maddening kind of way, for a young child to share the backseat of a car with two other children for 8 hours or , every day, for a couple of weeks To keep the boredom away, as we drove down the road, I d stare out through the car window and pick out a house As I continued to stare at the passing scenery, I d make up scenarios in my head, invent an entire family to reside in that house, and let my imagination conjure up personalities, conflicts, giving the characters not only a present, but a history, and try to picture what they did with their days, how they lived their lives Writing, to me, is a natural progression of those childhood daydreams that kept me sane on those long trips across country When not working was a writer or licensed private investigator, Jamie can usually be found at the Red Dragon Karate studio in Azusa, CA, and at Facebook JAEubanks1



Comments Hidden Doors, Secret Rooms

  • Darcia Helle

    This book is well-written, with a unique plot that will leave you thinking about the possibilities long after you read the last page.The pace is a consistent medium flow throughout much of the story, more like a simmer than a rolling boil. We have a lot of lead-ins and build-up of suspense as we try to fit all the pieces together. I thought the author handled this well. I had enough connection to understand the story, but also enough unanswered questions to keep me wanting more.There is no infor [...]


  • Gail

    This started out interestingly enough for me, but it didn't really progress as interestingly. For me a huge fault that I just could not get past was the characterization of the little girl, Valerie. The behavior which is supposed to be due to the traumatic life she is now living. I have worked with children for years, and this is not the way a young child behaves, especially a traumatized one. If this were a movie script, I would not be surprised because Hollywood loves these "non-children" with [...]


  • Misha Almira

    Jill Braedon is trapped in a blizzard with her unconscious daughter Valerie, after the van she is driving breaks down. She tries to escape on a snowmobile, but it breaks down after three miles, forcing her to walk in the blinding snow with her daughter in her arms. While trying to fight the imminent attack that is taking over her body, she walks as far as she can. Eventually, the attack starts to take over and she is left with no other choice. She must send her five year old into the storm alone [...]


  • Linda Strong

    Hard to peg the genre of this book part mystery, part romance, part sci-fi. Some of the supernatural aspects of the story went beyond what my mind will accept. That being said, I did manage to read it all .e I just had to know how it ended without cheating.Jill Braedon has a secret so secret that people want her dead before it becomes known. During a raging snowstorm, Jill and her young daughter become stranded. Jill is critically injured and her daughter tries to go for help. winding up in th [...]


  • Pamela

    I can't believe I actually read this asinine book all the way thru. I should've gone with my gut feeling and chucked it when I was half-way thru, but no, I trudged on like the idiot I am. I feel like pulling my hair out and screaming at the top of my lungs as this was beyond stupid. I got sucked in right from the very beginning as it started off really well. However, it soon petered out as it just dragged on and on and on needlessly. Talk about a story that went nowhere. Even with a mish-mash of [...]


  • Lavenia Otts

    Great story, couldn't put it downJohn Mills is a man who is no stranger to tragedy, having lost his wife and son in a helicopter crash. Still, one blizzard occurring day, he ends up finding a five year old girl and her mum in the snow. After that, it really gets interesting.


  • Stephanie

    4.5 Stars!


  • Maryann Breedlove

    I found this novel to be an original and thrilling walk on the fun side of paranormal and fantasy.The story centers around a mother, Jill, and her 5 year old daughter, Valerie, who carry a secret so powerful they are caught up in a situation they have no control over or do they?When the situation for Jill and Valerie is at a tipping point they interrupt the solitude John Mills has carefully created and nurtured. From this point forward this story keeps the reader guessing backstory is given in s [...]


  • Michelle

    Excellent read!This book offers an amazing story line that held my interest, in fact there were nights I didn't want to put it down. It is a suspense/thriller with a underlying love story. From the first chapter until the last page, this book will keep you intrigued and the shocking ending was an added bonus. Would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys suspenseful books that keep you guessing till the end! Great job Jamie Eubanks, keep them coming! You definitely have someone who will continu [...]


  • Jeanette Hammond

    Different, uniquely different.This book, Hidden Doors, Secret Rooms was on the unusual side. However I was unable to put it down until I finished it. The mystery of it all is not fully explained until the very end as most good writers do. The mystery of Jillian and how she came to be who and what she is, is plausible and believable for the most part. Take an adventure and read this book. You won't regret it.


  • Mary

    I don't know where I picked this one up from. A freebie. I think the title intrigued me. I thought it would have been more of a gothic type novel, however this had some "paranormal" or even "sci-fi" thrown in. Interesting enough, solidly written, predictable in spots. I have to admit to a bit of eye rolling, and a few "wtf's" here and there, but it wasn't awful. The ending, though, did make me want to throw the book. but I didn't want to break my Kindle.


  • Barbara McGrath

    Hidden Doors, Secret RoomsI choose this rating simply because this little story was almost perfect.I loved the characters. Valerie and her mother Jillian could not have been more believable. And yet their adventures were just as unreal. It made the plot so very enjoyable.I was disappointed with the ending.


  • Sue

    suspense story of a woman and her child, running for their lives from a government agency trying to kill them. She is saved by an eccentric man living in isolation in the high desert. Don't know how to describe this, not really paranormal, but some of the plot is out there. It does hold your attention though.


  • Debbie Young

    Sci-Fi, horror, romance?This story is all those. A man who has isolated himself from the world is slammed back into it when he rescues a mysterious woman and her young daughter in a blinding blizzard.The characters are well developed and quite believable as an unbelievable story unfolds. If you like Sci-Fi read this book. Otherwise you'll find it hard going.


  • Jules

    When I was young, I used to read a lot of Goosebumps books. This book felt like a Goosebumps book for adults. It takes an ordinary life event, inserts a supernatural/unexplained character, and ends with me thinking "Waitwhat?"To have a positive reading experience, you need to suspend belief and just enjoy the ride!I won this book for free through a giveaway.


  • Mary Kapp

    Hidden Dorr, secret roomsI choose this rating because the book kept me on the edge of my seat. It kept my attention enough that I couldn't put it down. It was a real page Turner. I would recommend this book to all my friends.


  • Lori Sagala

    Interesting twistI found this story engrossing, it did leave many unanswered questions, but the characters were interesting and drew me into their emotions and encouraged me to cheer for them to defeat their enemies.


  • Barbara Hardy

    Great read!!!!I really loved this book. It is a little hard to believe at times but in this day and age anything is possible. Don't think God would allow this to happen but it makes for a great story. Enjoy!!!


  • William Outland

    ExcrllentVery good. Action romance suspense 's very hard to put down. I will. Read more by this author when I can!


  • Michele

    wow-very intriguing readuldn't put it down. Characters developed quite well, the writing was very good & readable!


  • Emma

    I only made it to chapter 10, and then there were swears every other word. I guess I'll never know what happened to Jill Braedon, not that I even really care


  • Janet

    very good


  • Shirley Minton

    ExcellentI enjoyed reading this book. The plot was never revealed until the end and kept me guessing. I recommend it highly.


  • Angie

    Sookay t my usual cuppa and started to put this one down . Glad though I hung in there I quite enjoyed it actually .


  • Cyndi

    Great story!


  • Nina Mintzer

    A very different well written storyUnlike anything else I have read. Definitely not a run of the mill mystery story . it is so much more . character study, fully fleshed characters, likeable good guys, sympathetic heroine, dark and dangerous villains. Brought together by circumstance each one ultimately saving the other with malevolent forces surrounding the plot line. It gave me some thing to think about long after the last page was turned .5 stars plus!


  • Babus Ahmed

    John Mills former rock star lives in an isolated house with his dog, Bear, in Arizona after the accidental deaths of his wife and son years before. The night of a snowstorm brings him an unexpected visitor Valerie a 6 year old child he finds collapsed on his porch. After a search he also find her mother Jillian. Both mother and daughter are on the run from the authorities, but the answers to why, only brings up more questions. Deciding against his better judgement to take them to the nearest hos [...]


  • Brick ONeil

    Could not get into the book at all, not really my genre, the description read like a Mystery but it is more Science Fiction/Science Fantasy. Jamie creates such an over-the-top main character in John Mills, I was beginning to wonder when he would be bouncing bullets off his chest, bending steel with his hands and breaking stone with his forehead. On the other hand is Jill, a modern day Methuselah with apparent powers that defy modern medicine and physics. Just unrealistic characters in a landscap [...]


  • Marilyn Groves

    Not a typical read for me, but I REALLY enjoyed this one. I'm copying the synopsis from : Jillian Braedon possesses a secret so explosive that she must be silenced. On the run with her five-year-old daughter, stranded in the middle of a blizzard and critically injured, Jill sends little Valerie off into the raging storm alone. The child stumbles onto the property of retired musician-turned-recluse, John Mills, begging for help. John soon finds himself caught up in their torment, and face-to-face [...]


  • Thomas Amo

    This has easily become my favorite read of 2014. What a nice surprise and breath of fresh air. With so many paranormal and horror themes being over worked to death, Eubanks injects a real fresh perspective in thriller fiction. I don't give spoilers so let me just say, from the beginning first page I was in. Completely drawn into the story. I cared about the characters from the start, that is something that usually takes time, but not here. The writing is crisp, focused and never drags. One can a [...]


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