Sunday, 24 May 2015

Review: The Inn by William Patterson

If you're very lucky. . .

The ramshackle B&B in western Massachusetts isn't just an inheritance--it seems like the best chance for Jack and Annabel Devlin to save their marriage and start over. But Annabel's first impressions of the remote inn don't ease her nerves. In fact, everything about the gloomy Victorian draws Annabel back into childhood nightmares. . .

They might let you leave. . .

Locals whisper about the Blue Boy Inn and its long history of murders and mysterious disappearances. Soon Annabel hears noises within the walls and glimpses something--some things--scurrying in the shadows. The locked attic, the bricked-up fireplace. . . for years they've helped keep a ravenous evil at bay. Now Jack and Annabel's arrival has stirred the house to life again. Debts must be paid, hungers will be satisfied, and one by one, Annabel's worst fears are about to come true. . .

Paperback, 448 pages
Published December 30th 2014 by Pinnacle 
Genre: Fiction/Horror/Thriller/Paranormal

Kristine's Thoughts:

**I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest review. **

I'm going to keep my thoughts really short on this book because I seriously dislike unfavourable reviews. This book is the paper equivalent of a random cheesy horror movie that you can't believe you wasted your time on when you finished it.

It started out OK but that was the best that it got. The plot and characters did nothing for me and I debated giving up on it numerous times. It just didn't have that certain something that made me want to read and know more. Not my cup of tea.

I'm giving it two stars instead of one only because I have read worse books

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