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Michelle and Cliff Stage bought their isolated vacation cabin in the mountains of North Carolina with hopes of repairing their 18-year marriage. But when Cliff disappears one night searching for the source of a mysterious light in the woods, Michelle’s life will change in unimaginable ways. After the sheriff’s department fails to find him, Michelle scrambles down the same dark mountainside alone, the strange, beckoning light her only guide. 

What she discovers is a cabin, identical to theirs, housing a life she barely recognizes - and a husband she hardly knows. Cliff is a changed man. Now caring and considerate, no longer a manipulative womanizer, he is also missing a finger. He claims that Cassie, their teenage daughter, is dead, killed in a car accident more than a year ago. Michelle knows that’s not possible - Cassie had phoned her from Atlanta only hours before. Even when shown Cassie’s grave, Michelle refuses to accept she’s gone.

Michelle wants her daughter and her life back, and the only clue to what has happened is a man named Pink. A real estate agent and the man who years earlier built Michelle and Cliff’s cabin, Pink was rumored to have killed his wife and buried her on the property, then vanished, never to be seen again. But in Michelle’s new reality, Pink and his wife still reside in town and Pink’s smile-splashed billboards are everywhere. 

To get back to the world where her daughter exists, Michelle must unravel the mystery of Pink while questioning her very reality - and her sanity. Haunting, atmospheric, and deeply thought-provoking, The Cabin on Souder Hill questions the very nature of our existence and the choices we make to form it.

©2020 Lonnie Busch (P)2020 Blackstone Publishing

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Great Mix of Genres

I loved this book. It brought me back to the days of Twin Peaks with its interesting characters and twisted circumstances. Mixed with a bit of dark sci-fi, witchcraft and David Lynchian weirdness, The Cabin on Souder Hill is a total winner. I couldn't break away from this novel.

5 Stars *****

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Interesting Story

A refreshing different story that was just enough, of mystery, sex, violence, believability and unnatural events.

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Different

At first I wondered what was happening. Then it had me. Funny, Sad, What??? Read the book.

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👎👎Went Down Hill Fast😖

Ok, first with me personally...the narrator is a HUGE part of an audiobook.

Now, with that being said....
Sarah is NOT beneficial to this book AT ALL!!
Her constant lower tone & raspy voice when narrating is just WAY to annoying😠😫 & made it so so very hard to get lost in the story.
She then constantly draws her letter Rs & draws out the last word and letter of EVERY FREAKING sentence....Making it CRINGE worthy!😤😣

When she does the voices of people talking within the story she does not read that way, so I KNOW she does not have to sound the way she does throughout the ENTIRE story.🤬😤

If I could have just got past Sarah's voice I might have been able to finish, but she just absolutely killed my ability to attach to characters and get my imagination lost in the story, characters and plot.😖😩

If they rerecorded the book with a better narrator, then I would love to try listening to the story again.🤔

NO, I can not, could not & would not recommend the narrator!!😡😩

The story did have potential, so yes I can recommend the "BOOK" to read for yourself or with a different narrator.

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Pleasantly Surprised

The storyline caught my attention but once I started listening, it took a turn, one I didn’t expect at all. I was hooked immediately. Finished it in one day. I couldn’t stop listening. It’s been a while since a book got to me like this one did.

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