Friday, 11 March 2016

The Cabin

by Amy Cross

Horror

ASIN B018PN1XJ0  ISBN-13 978-1520707198
Publisher Independently published
Pages 236 

My Review

An excellent read that had me sitting on the edge of my seat, but be warned - it contains scenes of a very graphic nature. The kindle version contains grammatical errors, for example, on several occasions the protagonist's name suddenly changes from Anna to Emma (a little confusing!) but on the whole an excellent, suspenseful read.

Rating 💗💗💗💗💗

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The Blurb

“There are stories about this place. It's said that something really bad happened here once, in the room where we're standing right now.” 

When Anna arrives in Norway to visit a long-lost friend, she expects to spend a calm, relaxing weekend at a remote cabin. Soon, however, she learns that some of the other guests are not what they seem, and the cabin itself has a dark history. 

As the weekend continues, Anna finds herself being drawn into a nightmarish situation. A girl died many years ago in the cabin, and now someone is out to repeat the events of that horrific night. By the time Anna learns the truth, she's too late to keep herself from being dragged into the darkness. Whether she escapes, and whether her soul survives, depends on her ability to survive a series of agonizing attacks.

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