Fiction, Horror, Mystery/Thriller

Kayla reviews OAK AVENUE

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Summary:

A young wife and mother – new to this town and to its secrets – learns just how much she doesn’t know in this tingly tale of all the things hiding in the dark at the top of the stairs, from bestselling author Brandi Reeds.

While renovating her Victorian home, Ana Clementine finds an ornate door buried under forty years of earth. Once she restores it to the attic, she starts hearing whispers, her loving husband has become a stranger, and her baby daughter learns a chilling new word. Maybe Ana has unlocked the house’s secrets. Or maybe she’s becoming just a little unhinged herself.

My Take:

So far, this has been my favorite of the DARK CORNERS collection. It’s the perfect haunted house story, and it’s just in time for the Halloween chills. If you want something to give you a little tingle of fear, take two hours to give this a listen. You won’t regret it.

As for me, I’ll be looking to read something longer from this author. Brandi Reed has clearly mastered the art of suspense in short story form. I’d love to see what she could do with a whole novel.

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