I can’t shut up about this book. A horror that can make me laugh and cry is something to shout about.
The dual storylines of Peyote Trip and the Harrison family was so well done. And they way we were told just as much as we needed to know every step of the way made it perfection. At first, you aren’t sure why or how everything could be connected, but it’s all wrapped up so neatly at the end.
I loved the setting of Hell. There was so much in-depth world building accomplished that I felt like I was right there with them. You could tell a lot of thought had gone into the little details, but it never felt like an info dump.
The family drama that ended with the giant fiasco on the lake was so well done. I barely put the pieces together before the reveal and when it hit, it packed a punch. I wish I could experience that ‘oh shit’ moment one more time. It was amazing.
The final chapters were fantastic. I don’t want to say too much so I don’t give anything away, but when it was over I had to sit there for a minute and just think about all that I was feeling. I never expected a horror book to do that to me.
Five stars. Go read it.