Book Review: The Girl in the Rabbit Hole

ad5By Sarah McDaniels

Long anticipated, The Girl in the Rabbit Hole has finally arrived at Amazon, and it was well worth the wait.

Get it at Amazon for Kindle | Or in print

In short, this uniquely intriguing thriller is an immersive, very well-written roller-coaster ride with surprises around every corner.

From the incredible opening line (“Have you noticed any insects behaving strangely? … Avoiding you perhaps?”) to the pulse-pounding finish, each chapter sucks readers deeper and deeper into a spell-binding world, filled with mystery, danger and one surprising revelation after another.

It all starts with Claire Foley, a fascinating genius who spends her days working in the safe confines of a university research facility. Somewhere in the shadows, a mysterious organization has watched her from afar. When the time is right, the organization begins manipulating Claire’s every move until she finds herself in their employ. That’s when things really get delightfully strange, and soon readers are turning pages feverishly to see if this compelling figure can use her incredible talents to escape her predicament.

On sale for half-price in digital format at Amazon, The Girl in the Rabbit Hole is also available in print. If you’re looking for a game-changer for your weekend reading list, this is the book for you.

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