I took part in the blog tour for Fir in February, but decided to write a review for the book, so see below.
If you want to check out my blog post for the Fir blog tour, then please click here.
We are the trees. We are the snow.
We are the winter.
We are the peace. We are the rage.
Cut off from civilization by the harsh winter of northern Sweden, the Stromberg family shelter in their old plantation house. There are figures lurking in the ancient pine forests and they’re closing in. With nothing but four walls between the Strombergs and the evil that’s outside, they watch and wait for the snows to melt.
But in the face of signs that there’s an even greater danger waiting to strike, it becomes increasingly difficult to distinguish reality from illusion. All they’ve got to do is stay sane and survive the winter…
Thoroughly enjoyed this book. The end of the chapters leave you with chills and the ending is not expected, especially after the ‘final’ chapter. A well-written and surprisingly short horror story, perfect for the colder months.
If you’re in need of a good horror story then I highly recommend this short read.
I really enjoyed this read. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but will give this book high praise!
Chapters leave you with more questions than answers as you make your way through the book, and the ending is not expected, a hint of shock and confusion, laced with what ifs and who dunnits.
The ending was unexpected, especially after the chapter beforehand, and it leaves readers with a lot of questions and not a lot of answers.
Overall, a really good horror book and a quick read for winter nights. But be sure not to read it after dark!
As always, let me know in the comments below if you’ve read Fir and what you thought of it and if not, check it out!