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    Beautifully crafted emotional horror

    A compelling and unpredictable ghost story, imbued throughout with a creeping sense of dread, this is a wild and emotionally satisfying ride. The author writes about urban places with a similar sparse, vivid intensity to Peter Høeg in Miss Smilla's Feeling for Snow.
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    Super Good Supernatural Teen Mystery

    Thank you to Netgalley for the copy of this book to read & review I loved this novel! It was so well written and it really held my interest. This was marketed as a cross between Paranormal Activity & Black Swan and in my opinion that is a perfect description. Something is terribly wrong with Marianne or perhaps there is something very wrong that is following Marianne and is out to get her.. All Marianne knows is that he is in danger and her life is falling apart. She seems to be losing time and odd things happen while she is out. I wouldn't say that this was extremely scary but then I did have a few moments where I was creeped out. I feel that Amelinda Bérubé did a fantastic job describing everything that was happening. I could picture the scenes completely. I could picture Aunt Jen's house as well as Marianne's home. I feel like that novel did a wonderful job straddling the line between straight up horror and psychological horror. You could feel how scared Marianne was which is often something that I find is lacking with main characters in horror books. Often there will be ghosts or whatever and the main character is like "Hey, a ghost, will it hurt me or what?" It's like Duh! Yes!!! It is trying to hurt you girl!! Another thing I really loved about this novel was the LBGT representation in this book. There is a very sweet romance between two characters that I really enjoyed.

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