“When Kevin learns of his mountain town’s evil past, he must struggle to understand his father’s part in it and how it affects himself.” (description from Goodreads)
I was surprised with this story. It started out okay, and then when the past of the small town was revealed, it took the story to a darker place…which I greatly enjoyed.
As I suggested, I wasn’t expecting the story to lead where it did. The author hints that the town has a troubled past, all along, yet I didn’t think it would be as intense as it was.
I think it was a great story, just enough character development and an interesting “real-world” horror element for a quick read.
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About the Author:
Although I was born in the great white north, I grew up in the south, five minutes away from the USA border, in White Rock, BC.
I had tremendous fun on the beach and in the ocean. Not so much fun climbing up the hill to school every day. I vowed that when I grew up, I would live somewhere flat. So here I am in Ottawa, Ontario.
My other interests are window shopping, genealogy and walking, swimming and some very amateur dancing in the kitchen.
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