I'm not going to rehash the plot, it's unnecessary. I will say this is fairly fast-paced; I read it in one day, over the course of three sittings. The story is a somewhat standard haunted house tale, with other occult elements, but the author does an excellent job of describing the setting and the protagonist's thoughts and feelings. It's very easy to feel like you're right there with Tamara, sharing her anger and fear, the wood rot and almost never-ending cold.
Speaking of Tamara ... to some readers, she may come across as a cold bitch in the first few chapters. However, the reasons for her feelings and subsequent choices become more and more obvious -- and understandable.
There are a few unresolved questions, mostly surrounding her mother's motivations and actions. But just as in life, we don't always get (or need) all the answers.
Nicely written, with a limited third person narrator. Very few glaring typos.