alongside his brother Lennon, Kirsty (the wife) at home, suffering from a litany of mental disorders and their hormone-enraged daughter, Lucy. They are your typicals, your norms and your ordinary. Or are they? When they find everyone on their street, their block, town and further interested in their home, they aren't sure what to do. First an old man, then neighbors (sometimes in the buff), then hundreds of strangers stood in a catatonic state, staring at their home and Lucy begins to suffer prophetic nightmares. With all ideas chucked on the cause of such occurrences, Lennon decides the cabin fever is too much... and that's when the bizarreness really kicks off!
This book was totally awesome! I know, that's not how I should share, but it was such a fun read. From the moment the guys get home and spot an old man at the bus stop, to the end; it's a thrill-ride. Robinson shows how multiple forms of evil can settle in and stare you in the face, like a lethargic, nosy neighbor and bring out both the best and most troublesome qualities in you and your family. You have to read this one; go ahead. I think you'll enjoy it! 📚
Rating: 👓👓👓👓👓/5 specs
*The Curse of Crow Hollow is next.
**I believe this book is from my personal library.
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