From a startling new voice in contemporary Gothic fiction comes a superbly creepy, critically acclaimed debut about the elusive nature of truth, the stories we choose to believe (or not), and how we choose to tell those tales...
You Let Me In
About the book:
Even her family were convinced of her guilt. So when she disappears, leaving only a long letter behind, they can but suspect that her conscience finally killed her.
But the letter is not what anyone expected. It tells two chilling, darkly disturbing stories. One is a story of children lost to the woods, of husbands made from twigs and leaves and feathers and bones . . .
The other is the story of a little girl trying to make sense of a damaged life lived in the shadows . . .
But which story is true?
Unsettling yet unputdownable, You Let Me In dares to cross the boundary between reality and somewhere else entirely...