Review of The Guesthouse
Rating: ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
Seven guests. One Killer. A holiday to remember…
A dark and addictive psychological thriller about seven strangers who find themselves cut off from civilization in a remote guesthouse in Ireland…
Not all the guests will survive their stay…
You use an app, called Cloud BNB, to book a room online. And on a cold and windy afternoon, you arrive at The Guesthouse, a dramatic old building on a remote stretch of hillside in Ireland.
You are expecting a relaxing break, but you find something very different. Something unimaginable. Because a killer has lured you and six other guests here and now you can’t escape.
One thing’s for certain: not all of you will come back from this holiday alive…
1. Have you Heard of Agatha Christie?
A story about a bunch of strangers, trapped in a remote area where spine-chilling events keep happening à la Agatha Christie fashion? Sign me up, please!
2. The Way I Like it
I’m not sure what I like most about these kind of stories, is it the premise or the creepy setting or is it the suspense, which holds it all together? I’d opt for a mixture of all these enchanting ingredients.
3. Slow and Steady Wins the Race
This book was a slow burner for me but I didn’t mind it that much.
4. It’s a Dark Dark Place
I quite enjoyed how the story progressed with twists and turns up to the ultimate finale where all pieces fell into place, painting a dark image of past troubling events.
5. The Final Verdict
All in all, I enjoyed this book and would definitely recommend it.
I would like to thank the Publishers, NetGalley, and the Author for sending me a copy of this book.
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