A gripping debut novel of psychological suspense.
In the dark forest where the cottage is located, it is simple to miss it. Although it may appear to be collapsing and covered with weeds from the outside, it is actually warm and cozy inside. The fireplace’s fire is crackling. On the stove, dinner is simmering.
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Maya had thought this cabin was a picture-perfect setting, like a home from a fairy tale, but she now realizes how dangerous it actually is. Her dearest friend Aubrey passed away the summer she went to the cottage. Maya now feels that she alone can save the next defenseless girl after another woman from her community perished in the same bizarre, unexplainable manner.
“The House in the Pines has received accolades for being a gripping blend of psychological thriller and dark fairy tale with an engaging main character and disturbing atmosphere.”
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Maya travels home to face the house in the pines and the guy who waits there—the man she’s tried so hard to forget, guided by her shattered memory and a mysterious, unfinished book by her late father.
The House in the Pines (2023) by Ana ReyesDune (2007) By: Glennon Doyle
by The Book Guide® Editors4.6/5 Very good