The Book of Accidents was fantastic and right up my alley being such a fan of anything horror! This book reminded me of old school horror reminiscent of King and Koontz. It was dark, creepy, and utterly gave me chills throughout!
Nathan returns with his wife and son to their old hometown after his abusive father passes away and leaves his childhood home to him. Right from the beginning weird things start to happen. Nate is beside himself when he sees his dead father and for an extra dose of freaky his wife Maddie, who is an artist, sees her sculptures come alive. There was some buggy eyes going on at that. My favorite character though was their son Oliver. He is one that can feel the pain of those around him and what a nightmare that can be. Really the whole family carries dark secrets within themselves that left them wide open to the sinister forces around them. Believe me it’s one wild ride through different timelines, dimensions, and so much more!
The audio is great! It is narrated by Xe Sands and George Newbern, both of whom I’ve listened to before. I have to say though that Xe Sands is a personal favorite of mine and I love when I find books that she is narrating. They both did an excellent job of portraying the eeriness and horror of this novel. The audio is almost seventeen hours and I enjoyed every second of it!
If you’re a fan of horror, sci-if, or suspense, The Book of Accidents is one that’ll keep you up at night!
Review copy provided by the publisher. All opinions are my own.