Keep the door locked.
Sam is excited to spend a week at her uncle's remote lake cabin. It's a chance for her to focus on her art without distractions: no neighbors, no phone, and a small radio as her only contact with the outside world.
But there's something deeply unnatural lingering in the lake.
The radio's news reports talk about disappearances on a nearby hiking trail. The car won't start. And Sam starts to believe she's being stalked when she catches glimpses of a tall, strange man standing at the end of her dock, staring intently into the swirling waters below.
©2015 Darcy Coates (P)2016 Darcy Coates
Had this book been 8 hours long or even 6 hours long or maybe 5 hours long, then the author could have pulled you into the story, rather than telling you a story with a lot of missing parts.
Never listened to her before. Don't plan to do so again.
She did a wonderful job. Not rushed, just doing the best with what she had to work with.
Yes, write a review to warn others.
This story has great potential. As disjointed and bizarre as it was I fully expected to find that this was a dream and the main character woke on the couch after just arriving at the cabin in chapter 1. THAT would have been a better ending than what the author crammed into the last 12 minutes.
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