This third installment takes place in Canada, on D’arcy Island, also known as The Island of Death
What used to be a colony for Chinese lepers, is now a slight seclude campers island, where only a few people dare to go, and that is believed to be haunted by all the lepers that died there.
Maybe they never left, not even after their deaths.
When Perry starts to see things that aren’t supposed to be there, she soon finds out the real story behind all the history lessons and the legends… and that story is much darker and dangerous than she ever would think.
Sometimes it’s better when the truth remains a secret.
The more time they spend in the island, more things start to change. The isolation, the strange events, the sounds, the suspicions… all of that starts to weight on them and they start to turn against each other.
Maybe that’s the purpose of all that’s happening… but the more they drift apart, less the chance of getting out of there alive. Or getting out of there at all.
This book was even more awesome than the previous ones. Yes, it is possible.
And it was definitely scarier than the others. (Still not enough to prevent me from sleeping at night, thank God!)
The plot is thickening and their relationship is getting more complex by the minute. Secrets about both of them continue to be revealed and there are a lot of things that they can’t hide anymore. All this leads them to make things from which they can’t go back anymore. (Damn you, Karina Halle, for making us suffer like that!)
Basically, another great book. Yeah, that’s pretty much it.
To the next one, now! ;)