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  • Excellent

    Do not go to Tidepool. Unless you want hungry ocean gods to feast on you. As a fan of sinister seasides and Lovecraftian overtones, I had a blast reading Tidepool. Sorrow Hamilton loves her brother Henry. When he goes missing, she follows him to Tidepool, the last place he visited before disappearing. The small shoreline city seems boring and its residents backward-thinking. Just when Sorrow wants to leave, a body washes up on the beach. From there, things only get worse. Once I started it, I couldn't put the book down. With twists and scares aplenty, Tidepool won me over with its creepy atmosphere, well-rounded characters, and compelling mystery.

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