Land has a funny, unsettling way of watching us live out our silly lives, just waiting patiently to envelop us all and devour our bones. This menacing force is frightfully present in the ancient forest and immaculately kept grounds of a seaside expanse called The Manor. It’s an exciting reveal weekend for Francesca and her new remote wellness destination, a premier resort for the elite few who can afford it. The ordinary inhabitants of Tome, the quaint village that borders the posh estate, are less than impressed by the bothersome intrusion.

This novel is a classic collision tale between the haves and have-nots spiked with dark secrets, spooky mythology, and death. I highly recommend it for fans of folklore and mystery/suspense.

I’d like to thank NetGalley for an advanced copy of The Midnight Feast for my unbiased evaluation.  4 stars

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