The Porters were also godparents—the second parents—to Perry’s daughter, Connie. Because Perry’s firstborn was a daughter, he thought that it broke the long-standing family curse. However, he created another, more cruel curse, for his daughter to endure. Max buys a castle in upstate New York, where both families shared memories and lives. But this castle, built by Alonzo Antonelli in the mid-eighteen hundreds, holds dark mysteries and hidden rooms and fables of hidden treasures that lied within. Subsequent generations of sons of the Antonelli family disappeared mysteriously within the walls of the manor attempting to find the treasure. What’s behind the walls of this house that caused such pain to three families?
Accompany Connie, Perry’s daughter, as she goes on a search—a quest—to stop the curse, and to unravel the mysterious Antonelli disappearances. She accused fate for her many tragedies in life and gallantly fought it to change her lot in life and by doing so destroying the curse. She set out to rescue the castle from that unseen and unknown entity –fate.
Eyes Beyond the Wall is a different kind of book in which it starts out as historical in explaining a family line and the wealth they incur. A curse will plague the family. That part I will let you read about and not spoil it for you. Everything seems to run wonderfully until Constance comes along. A roller-coaster of emotions are evoked in this drama/thriller. Sometimes I had to wonder where the author got his material. But then I figured his muse hit him at different times and made the book a success. A lengthy read with well-developed characters. I recommend this book for a rainy weekend read. Kudos to the author once again on capturing my imagination.