By 6th November 2013Uncategorised

“Compelling characterisation and a subtle interplay between reality and a very visual brand of horror have become the hallmarks of an author who can set a scene through the smallest of detail or a single turn of phrase.

A sense of unease and uncertainty drives both the action and the imagination, carrying the reader on a swift-flowing tide of hallucinatory episodes and tense, teasing plot twists.

And along with all the supernatural chills and thrills, Nevill conjures up a petrifying sense of claustrophobia as the dark corners and demonic secrets of the Red House crowd in on Catherine’s increasingly troubled mind, building to a mesmerising, mind-blowing dénouement.

Original, unsettling and genuinely scary, this is a book to be read only in daylight hours…”

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