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  • Entertaining and chillingly spooky

    I’ve always found small, isolated towns inherently creepy. Everybody knows everyone else and none of them know you, the outsider. If something terrible happens to you will they help you or help cover up whatever horrible fate befalls you? Redmarch Lake is on the high end of the weirdness scale. It’s clear from the start that this insular community doesn’t like insiders and is hiding something awful. Are they a nefarious cult? Do they kidnap travellers and eat them? I obviously watch too many horror movies. As the story unfolds it becomes clear that the strangeness in Redmarch is much deeper and darker than I had imagined. It’s a rather terrifying book, especially for those who fear the woods or deep lakes and the things that may lurk within them. I really enjoyed the historical episodes interspersed within the present day story. Many of them were incredibly chilling. I love a good horror story and this one was very entertaining. It kept me engaged from beginning to end and I don’t think there was a lull at any point. The conclusion was a bit over the top but it fit with the story and I thought it was a satisfying end. Thank you to Skyhorse Publishing and Sky Pony for providing an Electronic Advance Reader Copy via NetGalley for review.

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  • Entertaining

    This is a good story. The plot is solid and there are some unexpected twists in the story that I was happy to see as other elements, especially in terms of character development, were a bit predictable. The twists did keep it interesting though and I would recommend it as a light, entertaining, read.

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