A rainy night. A slick road. A car crash.
‘A puff of yellow dust blew from the vent, and the car filled with a strong sulfur smell. Laughter whispered through the speakers, then blared at full volume.’
Everything changes for Alexia Harper the night she leaves late from her waitressing job. When voices threaten her through the radio, she wonders if she’s gone crazy. Then lightning explodes close by, and Alexia crashes.
Following the accident, every day is the same. Every night the same nightmare stalks her. It’s like her life is on repeat, but she can’t shake the fearful warning her subconscious is screaming at her.
When Leland starts working at the diner, Alexia is drawn to him. He’s kind, funny and handsome, and he’s…familiar. It’s like they’ve spent the past eight lifetimes getting to know each other.
Now, the memory-like dreams make sense. She recognizes people she doesn’t know—and they are giving her clues; answers she desperately needs to stop the thing that’s coming for her.
Coming for all of them. Again.
This is the kind of book you can’t give too many details about without letting spoilers slip. So apologies in advance for a slightly more vague than usual review from me.
The tone of this book is set right from the start. It is creepy, foreboding and full of tension. Right from the outset you are left with an air of confusion which makes you want to race through the pages to discover what is going on.
We follow the story through the past and present, these time jumps are handled really well and add so much atmosphere to what is already, a richly told tale. The writing flows well and we are always aware of the characters thoughts and feelings and how they are developing as the story is told.
You will be taken on many twists and turns through the course of this book and you will not be left disappointed! I love dark paranormal books and this one is no exception.
My thanks to Rachel for an invite onto the blog tour and a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
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Niki Kamerzell lives in Colorado and spends her summers out in the wild enjoying camping and fishing. Her favorite place to visit is Yellowstone National Park.
She spends her free time reading and writing and will read just about anything recommended to her. She’s been known to sacrifice eating and sleeping to finish a good book. Niki writes fantasy and has been writing for the last ten years. When not writing or reading, Niki is probably distracted by her Corgi or out hiking in the Rocky Mountains with her husband.
Her other distractions include driving around and singing off key with the radio and scrapbooking. Always willing to make things awkward, sarcasm is like a second language to her and, next to her passion for writing, probably one of the things Niki’s most proud of.
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