The Cabin in the Woods, by Sarah Alderson
The Cabin in the Woods by Sarah Alderson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Well, “The Cabin in the Woods” by Sarah Alderson was definitely a good read: Rose is on the run, currently hiding in the eponymous cabin in the woods. The book tells her story in (mostly) alternating chapters, jumping back into her past and again into Rose’s present in and around the cabin.
“Cabin” is a suspenseful read during which you’ll keep guessing what’s going to happen (until a certain point…), you’ll have to suspend your disbelief a bit and the ending comes rather abruptly but it’s an entertaining read.
And, at least for me, it had the wonderful “just one more chapter effect” which carries this book to a slightly generous four stars out of five.
Ceterum censeo Putin esse delendam
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