My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Hardcover: 336 pages
Publisher: Pantheon (September 17, 2019)
Noah Turner sees monsters.
His father saw them--and built a shrine to them with The Wandering Dark, an immersive horror experience that the whole family operates.
His practical mother has caught glimpses of terrors but refuses to believe--too focused on keeping the family from falling apart.
And his eldest sister, the dramatic and vulnerable Sydney, won't admit to seeing anything but the beckoning glow of the spotlight . . . until it swallows her up.
Noah Turner sees monsters. But, unlike his family, Noah chooses to let them in . . .
A Cosmology of Monsters by Shaun Hamill was actually a pleasure to read! I wasn't sure what to expect and based on the cover, which I must admit, I don't love, I thought it would be a bit childish or a bit on the silly side but I was way wrong. Again proving, don’t always judge a book by it’s cover!
The Turner family, primarily Noah Turner and his sister Eunice, are the primary focus in this horror yet oddly - family saga - with a coming of age theme, how’s that for confusing? Strangely, it really works and it kept my attention throughout the whole book along with keeping me up until 2:30 am to finish it! One of the better horror books I’ve read in a while!
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