Beneath

Beneath

by Kristi DeMeester

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ISBN-13: 9781939905291
Publisher: Word Horde
Publication date: 04/30/2017
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 716,271
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.72(d)

About the Author

Kristi DeMeester writes pretty, spooky things in Atlanta, Georgia. Her work has appeared in publications such as Black Static, Apex Magazine, The Dark, and several others. Her work has been reprinted in Year's Best Weird Fiction Volumes 1 and 3. Her debut short fiction collection, Everything That's Underneath, is forthcoming this year from Apex Publications. In her spare time, she alternates between telling people how to pronounce her last name and how to spell her first. This is her first novel.

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lauralovesreviewingLT 7 months ago
I won a book of choice giveaway and chose Beneath. The title is intriguing. The cover is chilling. And the synopsis sold me. I started the book and couldn’t get into it so I set it aside. But unfinished books haunt me so, later, I tried again. And I couldn’t stop reading it. A snake handling cult in a backwater town in Appalachia. Cora, a reporter needing a top story. And a whole lot of strange goings on. Once Cora gets her bearings, she begins to investigate. But she’s really out of her element and some things just don’t make sense. The story changes and she’s drawn deeper and deeper. There may be no way out. I’m so glad I gave this book another go. It slowly pulled me in as Cora sees something sinister in the preacher and chases that angle. But soon, the story changes again and that’s where the horror really begins. I didn’t have a clue what I was in for as I kept reading. The author threw me for a loop with the direction she took, buried me in atmospheric evil, and then ripped the ground open and let the dark come out to play.. All I can say about struggling with this book the first time I started to read it is, must have been my mood. I sure was in the right mood when I picked it up again.