Blind Walls by Bishop and Fuller

Blind Walls by Bishop and Fuller
Publisher: WordWorkers Press
Genre: Paranormal, Mystery, Contemporary
Length: Full Length (226 pgs)
Rated: 4 stars
Review by Rose

It’s a monstrous maze of a mansion, built by a grief-ridden heiress. A tour guide, about to retire, has given his spiel for so many years that he’s gone blind. On this last tour, he’s slammed with second sight.

He sees the ghosts he’s always felt were there: the bedeviled heiress, her servants, and a young carpenter who lands his dream job only to become a lifelong slave to her obsession. The workman’s wife makes it to shore, but he’s cast adrift.

And the tour guide comes home to his cat.

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This book is written almost stream-of-consciousness. We start off with Raymond Smollet, the blind tour guide, who is fixing to retire after 30 years of service. It’s his last tour, and he has his spiel memorized, leaving him free to imagine what his audience looks like, based solely on what he can see. But, the house has a going-away present for him…and suddenly instead of darkness as he walks through the myriad rooms, he encounters ghosts living vignettes of their former life. Through him the reader discovers some of the main characters who make up the history of the house.

However, his second site is not limited to just what went on in the house itself – it’s able to take him into the very lives of people he’s viewing.

I got so caught up in these characters’ lives, loves, and heartbreaks. Raymond Smollet reminded me of blind Homer telling of the Fall of Troy- only here, blind Raymond is telling of the rise and fall of the house of Weatherlee– and the people associated with it. I loved the insights into the inner workings of obsession, not only on the part of Mrs. Weatherlee, but also on the people she comes in contact with, and how this obsession affects everyone it touches.

Good job and kudos to the authors. I look forward to reading more of their work (and would love to see the play the book was based on!)


  1. Victoria says

    I’ll definitely be reading this one!

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