Book Review — Elderwood Manor by Christopher Fulbright and Angeline Hawkes

Elderwood ManorElderwood Manor by Christopher Fulbright
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

For a horror novella (short story? Novelette? Fuck me, I just don’t know anymore) that has a haunted house as its central premise, Elderwood Manor is a surprisingly fun read.

The writing is confident and evocative, and I am now terrified to enter forests, which seeing as I live in the Pacific Northwest, is a dire situation indeed.

But overall, this…piece…is nothing special. It’s short enough for a quick, dark read, but that’s about it.

I recommend reading this at night, in the dark, helplessly alone. Because otherwise, what’s the point?

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