Thursday, October 20, 2011

Best Left Buried by Cindy Hutchins Review + Giveaway

About The Book
Arliss Pardot is found as a child in a house full of caged birds and with the corpse of a mummified man. She is taken away from her mother and adopted out. Arliss forgets. Twenty years later, her birth mother dies in a nursing home and she must return to collect the body. Upon her return to her home town, she discovers that she is the center of a local legend and a very old mystery. As she searches for answers, a plot of evil and obsession unravels around her. Will she discover in time that some things are Best Left Buried? - Taken from book description

My ThoughtsI had so much fun with this book! I was immediately sucked in and within the first few chapters found myself sufficiently creeped out enough to be checking window and door locks. In the beginning, I was thrilled to find that paranoia feeling surrounding me. Whatever this evil secret was, it could be right here, in my living room with me, and I wouldn’t even know it. That delicious spine-tingling sense that us horror addicts always crave was right there in my face.

Sadly, this feeling only lasted about halfway through the book. Though I was hoping the feeling would last, I was pleasantly surprised when it was replaced. Instead of worrying about the invisible critter that was going to get me, I began to piece together a grand mystery that was just waiting to be unraveled. Once I was able to glue the pieces together, I still had no clue how the book was going to end.

If you’re a hearts and flowery type of reader, this may not be the book for you. This is definitely not a romance where everything is tied up in a neat little bow at the end. If, however, you’re a thrill seeker or a paranormal junkie, you’ll have a blast with this one. Others may find the religious undertones a fascinating discussion topic upon reading.

One lucky person will win their own copy of Best Left Buried!

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