When a deadly snowstorm strikes the Icelandic highlands, four friends seek shelter in a small, abandoned hunting lodge.
It is in the middle of nowhere and there’s no way of communicating with the outside world.
They are isolated, but they are not alone . . .
As the night darkens, and fears intensify, an old tragedy gradually surfaces – one that forever changed the course of their friendship.
Those dark memories could hold the key to the mystery the friends now find themselves in.
And whether they will survive until morning . . .
I haven’t read any of Ragnar’s books before so didn’t know what to expect, I liked the sound of the story but for me I was not too keen on it overall, I found it didn’t grip me how I wanted it to grip me and I found that the pace was slow and a little dull for me. I did like the characters and thought that the author had put a lot of time and effort into them, and I did read until the end to see if it got any better. For me this is not what I was expecting which is a shame.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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