Review: The Unquiet by Jeannine Garsee
Published by Bloomsbury
This gothic story reminded me of an old-school horror movie, complete with a seance, a ghost, and gruesome deaths. The beginning was a little slow, but once I learned about Rinn's history, I could identify with her. Her disorder gave the story a lot of tension, and I found myself unable to stop reading. I knew early in the story what was happening and why, but there was enough happening to the characters that I didn't care. I wanted to know what ordeals they would face. Again, just like an old high school horror flick.
I enjoyed the story immensely, and look forward to more by this author. This is a fun, creepy read with an interesting protagonist.
Reviewer copy provided by Bloomsbury and Netgalley.