Title: Quiet Waters
Written by: Cynthia Cain
Published on April 12, 2019
Published by: Clear Fork Publishing
I would like to thank Cynthia Cain personally for gifting me the book in exchange for doing a review.
Quiet Waters is about Brie Birlow, a just-turned 18 year old high school senior who’s mother just died. Immediately after the funeral, she starts living a real life horror story that threatens her friends, family and her whole life. She has to work fast to piece things together before a darkness from her past takes her over and takes her away from everything she loves.
Here is another book I could hardly put down. Due to the way it was written, I kept losing myself in it. Now, I wouldn’t list this as a fantasy book, I consider it a horror- it had me afraid of going to bed one night until I remembered it was just a book and I was NOT living it myself.
The main character is easy to grow to love and it doesn’t give anything away too fast but even the slower parts of the book will have you sitting on the edge of your seat. As I got closer to the end, I had to take breaks because it had me so nervous it almost gave me a few anxiety attacks.
I love any book that will legitimate scare me and this one had me feeling the same danger and excitement she felt in the book. I definitely would recommend any supernatural or horror fans to read this book, you won’t be disappointed.