This book had been a bit down on my TBR, and I’m glad that I shuffled it up to finish. It’s a quick read and I think super enjoyable. I wanted to keep this review short and simple as to not spoil anything, and I think I’ve done that. Here’s my review:
When Margaret goes in to investigate what is up with 11-year-old Natalie Glasgow, she gets more than she’s bargained for. Natalie doesn’t seem to respond to the typical things that people test for when a person is possessed, so what exactly is keeping Natalie up at night, ravaging her mother’s refrigerator?
This was a fun, quick read. Piper is a good storyteller and she keeps the readers engaged with an interesting storyline and good characters. The story didn’t take the turn I was expecting, and I think that’s the mark of a really good story. Nicely done.