Review - In the Arctic Sun by Rowan Hill


In the Arctic Sun Rowan Hill Psychological Fiction Publisher: D & T Publishing The trees of Alaska’s Arctic wilderness have always been Sarah’s sentries and her house, a fortress, isolated from society and an abusive marriage.

Until it isn’t.

The arrival of a new neighbor and an oil company drilling through primordial, cold earth changes the forest of her valley. It bleeds through the serenity and disrupts her home, her sanity. Plagued with insomnia from the midnight sun, Sarah increasingly suspects something is using her sanctuary to hide from the bright, incessant light. An insidious menace, ancient and beyond explanation, using the wilderness for cover. Her personal demon that cares nothing for Sarah or her mental health. Something that won’t stop until it takes it all.

 

After some marital issues Sarah finds herself alone while her and Ted take a few weeks apart. During this time Sarah begins to hear and see things. A local trooper mentions her mental health when she calls him for help. In the meantime, things continue to spiral out of control. This book was intense! Things start off a bit slow (not in a bad way) it really pulls you into the story. We get to know Sarah pretty well or so we think… then BAM you will be questioning everything. Is this real? Are these hallucinations? Hill does an excellent job playing with your emotions throughout the book. Very suspenseful read that will leave you wanting more and questioning everything.


Indie Book Addict Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

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Author Rowan Hill

Rowan Hill is an international author and lover of Science Fiction, Horror and anything else that can get your pulse racing.


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