Monday, 30 April 2018
The Log House: Book Review
An unusual, and grippingly dystopian tale of horror. Baylea Hart takes the brave step of making her protagonist Penny somewhat less than sympathetic. This in no way detracts from The Log House's grip on the reader from first page to last.
The post-disaster world is subtly, and at the same time, very vividly delineated. Penny's quest to return to the log house is full of tension and this reader was on the edge of his metaphorical seat until the final line. The slow reveal of the true horrors in Baylea's all too realistic dystopia is beautifully done.
Another fine book, published by Unbound, available on Amazon and in all good bookshops.