Review: The House in the Pines Book by Ana Reyes

Armed with most effective hazy recollections, a woman who long ago witnessed her pal’s unexpected, mysterious demise, and has due to the fact spent her lifestyles seeking to forget, units out to track down solutions. What she uncovers, deep in the woods, is rarely to be believed….

Maya was a excessive faculty senior whilst her great pal, Aubrey, mysteriously dropped lifeless in front of the enigmatic man named Frank whom they had been spending time with all summer.

Seven years later, Maya lives in Boston with a loving boyfriend and is kicking the name of the game addiction that has allowed her to cope with what passed off years in the past, the gaps in her recollections, and the misplaced time that she cannot account for. But her beyond comes rushing again whilst she comes throughout a recent YouTube video in which a young female all at once keels over and dies in a diner even as sitting across from none aside from Frank. Plunged into the trauma that has described her lifestyles, Maya heads to her Berkshires place of origin to relive that fateful summer season–the affect Frank once had on her and the obsessive jealousy that almost destroyed her friendship with Aubrey.

At her mom’s house, she excavates fragments of her past and notices hidden messages in her deceased Guatemalan father’s e book that failed to stand out to her in advance. To keep herself, she must recognize a story written before she changed into born, but time continues going for walks out, and soon, all roads are leading returned to Frank’s cabin….

Utterly precise and charming, The House in the Pines continues you guessing about whether or not we will ever absolutely confront the beyond and go back domestic.

This Edition

Format: 321 pages, Hardcover
Published: January 3, 2023 by Dutton
ISBN: 9780593186718 (ISBN10: 0593186710)
Language: English

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