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A House So Mad (eBook)

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A House So Mad
A House So Mad eBook Cover, written by Analeigh Ford
A House So Mad eBook Cover,
written by Analeigh Ford
Author(s) Analeigh Ford
Series Asylum Bound
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date May 16, 2021
Media type eBook
Length 190 Pages
Preceded by A House So Dark
Followed by A House So Cruel

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A House So Mad is an eBook written by Analeigh Ford. It is the first work in the Asylum Bound series by this author. In this work both Succubi and Incubi characters appear.


  • Title: A House So Mad
  • Author: Analeigh Ford
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 190 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B09551DHWW
  • Publishing Date: May 16, 2021

Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki

Plot Summary

This isn’t your ordinary asylum, and these aren’t your ordinary patients. Ashford isn't the sort of place you’re sent to get better, it’s the sort of place you’re sent to be forgotten. Thalia already knows that from the moment she arrives. Long abandoned by the families who put them away to begin with, this place has had to develop its own sort of hierarchy to keep from falling apart. And it all starts with Price, Ives, and Kingsley—the self-proclaimed princes of Ashford Asylum as untouchable as they are cruel.

Price, the boy whose mere presence makes the mind go mad. Ives, whose temper makes the whole asylum go into panic. And Kingsley.

Kingsley, the greatest threat of all…mostly because he’s as unpredictable as he is vicious. Tempered only by the fact that he shares his body with a boy as kind as he is dangerous. The three of them think they can bully the rest of the inmates into submission, force them to bow to their reign…but there’s one little problem. Thalia doesn’t run from chaos. She embraces it.

Unlike the rest of the inmates, she’s no victim. She’s dealt with bullies like them all her life. Anything they do to her, she’ll do ten times worse. Let them try to bruise her, she’ll break them. If she doesn’t get out of there first. There’s only one problem with that—no one leaves Ashford Asylum. Not until now.

Not if Thalia has anything to do with it. Not when the voices are telling her otherwise.

Book Review

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