There is something so desperately creepy and uncomfortable about this book.
For me this story took several unexpected turns and I found much of what happened to be quite incongruous and unpredictable.
Stephanie was an unusual character to follow and she made some really odd decisions.
Her son, Danny, was a lovely character. His storylines were nicely handled and very engaging to read. This was a softer and more sensitive side to this depraved little tale.
The Locked Attic shines a light on the old adage that you never fully know what goes on behind closed doors. Every second that Stephanie spent in that house was a second too long for my comfort zones!
I remain baffled by the relevance of the issues at the power plant, but maybe that’s just me.
Overall, the book was way less about a locked attic than I thought it would be!
Also, I love the cover.
Wishing you a happy Jólabókaflóðið #Jolabokaflod this #ChristmasEve
Blurb: There’s something in my neighbour’s attic.
Something steeped in shadows. A secret to everyone. Seen by no one…
He stands sometimes at the window. Hidden in the corner of my eye.
I know he’s there. I know he’s watching.
Now my son is dead. My neighbour is not.
And I’m going to find out why.