It was a while between me getting this book, and actually reading it, so therefore come the point that I did, I was really caught off guard since I’d forgotten what had drawn me to the book and what it was about, I therefore did not know what to expect. From the first page onwards I was hooked, the characters were relatable and understandable, the plot was gripping, and all the while underpinning the whole narrative is the feeling of terror, and the unknown, and although the protagonist tries to escape her past, everything centres on it, and the reader is still very much connected to it and it’s horrors. I could not recommend ‘The girl from widow hills’ enough, this one of the best books I have read this year and I am very glad that I did. This is a fantastic book, and I will definitely be looking for more reads by this author in the future. I also love the cover.