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One million years of evolution didn't change our nature. Nor did it bury the horrors predating civilisation. Ancient rites, old deities and savage ways can reappear in the places you least expect. Lifestyle journalist Katrine escaped past traumas by moving to a coast renowned for seaside holidays and natural beauty. But when a vast hoard of human remains and pre One million years of evolution didn't change our nature. Nor did it bury the horrors predating civilisation. Ancient rites, old deities and savage ways can reappear in the places you least expect. Lifestyle journalist Katrine escaped past traumas by moving to a coast renowned for seaside holidays and natural beauty. But when a vast hoard of human remains and prehistoric artefacts is discovered in nearby Brickburgh, a hideous shadow engulfs her life. Helene, a disillusioned lone parent, lost her brother, Lincoln, six years ago. Disturbing subterranean noises he recorded prior to vanishing, draw her to Brickburgh's caves. A site where early humans butchered each other across sixty thousand years. Upon the walls, images of their nameless gods remain. Amidst rumours of drug plantations and new sightings of the mythical red folk, it also appears that the inquisitive have been disappearing from this remote part of the world for years. A rural idyll where outsiders are unwelcome and where an infernal power is believed to linger beneath the earth. A timeless supernormal influence that only the desperate would dream of confronting. But to save themselves and those they love, and to thwart a crimson tide of pitiless barbarity, Kat and Helene are given no choice. They were involved and condemned before they knew it. 'The Reddening' is an epic story of folk and prehistoric horrors written by Adam Nevill, the author of 'The Ritual', 'Last Days', 'No One Gets Out Alive' and the three times winner of The August Derleth Award for Best Horror Novel.


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One million years of evolution didn't change our nature. Nor did it bury the horrors predating civilisation. Ancient rites, old deities and savage ways can reappear in the places you least expect. Lifestyle journalist Katrine escaped past traumas by moving to a coast renowned for seaside holidays and natural beauty. But when a vast hoard of human remains and pre One million years of evolution didn't change our nature. Nor did it bury the horrors predating civilisation. Ancient rites, old deities and savage ways can reappear in the places you least expect. Lifestyle journalist Katrine escaped past traumas by moving to a coast renowned for seaside holidays and natural beauty. But when a vast hoard of human remains and prehistoric artefacts is discovered in nearby Brickburgh, a hideous shadow engulfs her life. Helene, a disillusioned lone parent, lost her brother, Lincoln, six years ago. Disturbing subterranean noises he recorded prior to vanishing, draw her to Brickburgh's caves. A site where early humans butchered each other across sixty thousand years. Upon the walls, images of their nameless gods remain. Amidst rumours of drug plantations and new sightings of the mythical red folk, it also appears that the inquisitive have been disappearing from this remote part of the world for years. A rural idyll where outsiders are unwelcome and where an infernal power is believed to linger beneath the earth. A timeless supernormal influence that only the desperate would dream of confronting. But to save themselves and those they love, and to thwart a crimson tide of pitiless barbarity, Kat and Helene are given no choice. They were involved and condemned before they knew it. 'The Reddening' is an epic story of folk and prehistoric horrors written by Adam Nevill, the author of 'The Ritual', 'Last Days', 'No One Gets Out Alive' and the three times winner of The August Derleth Award for Best Horror Novel.

30 review for The Reddening

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sadie Hartmann Mother Horror

    5 ++++ stars! “But, alas, in such places where hell is made on earth one can never look away from the business of depravity.”- The Reddening All the stars. This book, THE REDDENING by Adam Nevill gets all the stars from me because this is the kind of horror I want to read all of my days. This will definitely make my Best Books of 2019 list. First, as a writer, Nevill checks all the boxes for me. His storytelling voice is seasoned with intention and care for the reader; he knows w 5 ++++ stars! “But, alas, in such places where hell is made on earth one can never look away from the business of depravity.”- The Reddening All the stars. This book, THE REDDENING by Adam Nevill gets all the stars from me because this is the kind of horror I want to read all of my days. This will definitely make my Best Books of 2019 list. First, as a writer, Nevill checks all the boxes for me. His storytelling voice is seasoned with intention and care for the reader; he knows where the story is going and exactly how he’s going to get his audience from point A to point B. He also spends a lot of time on his characters, even characters that are in a scene for a few beats-these are people to him with real lives and motivations--a reason for being on the page. This is so important to me. I cannot stress enough how strongly I desire characters I can invest in when I’m reading horror--I don’t want to show up to a 300+ page book and read intense scenes of violence if I’m a mere observer to these atrocities. I want to feel like the author has invited me to participate and engage in my emotions. I want to care. I want to fall in love and then I want to be destroyed. Also, Nevill painstakingly creates the world his story exists in. There is so much going on in the world-building that I cannot even fathom how much research goes into stories like THE REDDENING. It feels authentic, born out of realism that I appreciate. Too often, I read books where the author didn’t spend enough time on this aspect of storytelling and there is too much telling and not enough showing. In this book, prepare to be shown everything in unflinching vibrancy, the reader will not be left unsatisfied. The Reddening begins with all of my favorite things. Nevill teases us with a brilliant prologue, Origins. From here, he expertly leads the reader through a series of vignettes, all the while planting seeds of intrigue. Archeological digs, explorations, discoveries, found footage, mystery. We come to meet Kat and Helene--our main protagonists. I adore Kat and Helene. Throughout the book, these two women go through individual journeys, their lives intersecting briefly. Nevill created these women to be our anchors as we navigate through all of the horrors. It’s through their experiences, trials, and tribulations we get to tangibly engage and encounter pure unadulterated savagery. It is terrifying. TERRIFYING! Folk Horror is on-trend right now, having a big moment with the success of the movie, MIDSOMMER but Folk Horror is Adam Nevill’s long-time jam. This is his wheelhouse. This is his ninth horror novel. If you have read THE RITUAL, you know what I mean when I say that Nevill’s unique brand of folk horror reigns supreme. The man knows how to manufacture a realistic folk legacy that feels ancient and profound. THE REDDENING is a new gold standard for this sub-genre. The genocidal cult of this book, The Children of the Red and their bizarre, depraved, ritualistic activities is the stuff of nightmares. At night, after reading, I was haunted by detailed descriptions and images. The most impressive part of this book is the language of the descriptions. I was in awe of Nevill’s word choices, his prose is impactful and original without being overwrought or trying too hard. Telling this story seemed effortless on Nevill’s part which in turn, reads like driving a well-designed car--this is quality, this is prime-time, like sitting behind the wheel and the machine drives itself. At no time during this read was I struggling to make sense of something or laboring with questions. I won’t go into any plot points or tell you the variety of ways in which this story crawled up under the skin but know that this is a well-developed plot with realistic antagonists doing some very horrific things to unsuspecting people who showed a little bit too much curiosity and interest in them. I’m also not going to spoil the climax or the ending of this book. I’m not going to tell you why I’m so in love with Kat and Helene because when you read this, you’ll know. You’ll love them too. I will only say that this hit on all my emotions. Primarily, I was addicted to this story. I felt like I didn’t get enough time with it in long stretches. On Saturday, I read about 150 pages and I could have read for the whole day but you know, life. I hated putting it down. I was engaged, rapt with attention the whole time. I was emotionally invested--terrified, anxious, heartbroken, overcome with feelings most of my time in this book. This is what quality horror feels like when you’re done reading it: Exhilarating.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mindi

    So guess who is going to be reading a lot more from Adam Nevill? I want to start by talking about the actual book, because presentation means a lot to me. Of course that jacket art is amazing, but I always remove the dust jackets when I read a book, and the cover underneath is a brilliant red with a pleasant grainy feel. My copy was sent straight from the author, and he included a bookmark with the title on it, and a very cool inscription in Latin. The book is the perfect size for holding a hard So guess who is going to be reading a lot more from Adam Nevill? I want to start by talking about the actual book, because presentation means a lot to me. Of course that jacket art is amazing, but I always remove the dust jackets when I read a book, and the cover underneath is a brilliant red with a pleasant grainy feel. My copy was sent straight from the author, and he included a bookmark with the title on it, and a very cool inscription in Latin. The book is the perfect size for holding a hardcover (slightly smaller than most hardcovers) and the font is gorgeous and very pleasing to the eye. It also smells amazing. I sniff new books as well as old, and this one is very nice. Let's just say, before I even started reading I was impressed. Kat is a lifestyle journalist who lives near Brickburgh, in Devon when suddenly a cave is discovered in the Brickburgh area near the sea. Helene is a single mother who is drawn to Brickburgh to try to understand why her brother would take his own life. He spent a lot of his time recording natural sounds in caves and other areas, and his last recordings were taken near a farm that is very close to the newly found cave. Both women meet and are suddenly thrown together when their separate investigations put both of their lives in peril. The cave and the atrocities the archeologists find inside it turn out to be much more than anyone could image. There is an ancient entity in the vast network of caves in Brickburgh, and those who serve that entity will stop at nothing to keep the two women from snooping around. THE REDDENING starts out as a slow burn that soon turns into a nightmarish gorefest. And I love it. The things the characters go through are thoroughly intense and absolutely nail biting for the reader. I read so much horror that I constantly expect any author to just kill all of the characters and be done with it, so no character is too precious from my point of view. I was sincerely on the edge of my seat for a good part of this book, and I had no idea how Nevill was going to wrap the whole thing up. I enjoyed this book so much and cannot recommend it enough to all horror loving readers. Pick this one up for the gore, high tension, and superb writing.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tony

    The south Devon area of England is well known for its rugged and natural beauty; its stretching coastlines and meandering paths loved by ramblers, however, after reading Adam Nevill’s outstanding new novel The Reddening you may well decide to book your next holiday elsewhere. The author has been a south coast resident for a few years now and, although his last two novels have also been set roughly in this area, this ninth outing is dominated by its locality. Highlights include threatening landsc The south Devon area of England is well known for its rugged and natural beauty; its stretching coastlines and meandering paths loved by ramblers, however, after reading Adam Nevill’s outstanding new novel The Reddening you may well decide to book your next holiday elsewhere. The author has been a south coast resident for a few years now and, although his last two novels have also been set roughly in this area, this ninth outing is dominated by its locality. Highlights include threatening landscapes, secluded farms with vicious secrets and a sea full of dangers rather than its picturesque beauty. One thing is for certain; the offices of the south Devon Tourist Board will not be stocking The Reddening! Long-term fans of Nevill are going to love this brutal tale and if you have never previously dipped into this author, here is as good a place to start as any. If it is to your liking, Nevill’s back-catalogue is so good it rivals the very biggest names in world horror. The story has several very clever strands which I will cover briefly, some out of context to avoid spoilers. Whilst out paragliding Matt Hull discovers the entrance to a cave which leads to the excavation of a hugely important archaeological site concerning early man, however, once the experts have spent some time examining their discoveries they realise this was a location of ritualistic mass slaughter, terrible suffering, and cannibalism spread over many years. The level of detail, and descriptions, of the manner of these deaths was simply outstanding and it perfectly sets the tone for what horrors lies ahead. Even though these monstrosities occurred thousands of years previously, the brutality was so extreme it still scares those hearing about it for the first time in the press conference. The cover of the novel depicts the silhouette of a creature which is clearly connected to the caves in some way. Don’t go into this novel expecting some cheap monster rampaging creature feature, there is significantly more to the story than that. The pacing is exquisite and the discovery of the caves is only one part of a very cleverly drawn and complex conspiracy which is one of the strengths of the novel. One of the golden rules in horror fiction is never reveal your hand too early: Adam Nevill wrote the book on this important literary technique and expertly leads the reader a merry dance on what horrors lurk in the underground caverns. For anyone who has read, arguably, Nevill’s masterpiece No One Gets Out Alive the address of 82 Edgware Road should set off plenty of warning bells and maybe a few shivers of revulsion. The Reddening has its own equivalent: Redstone Farm. If you ever go rambling close to disused quarries in south Devon make sure you heed the ‘NO TRESSPASSING’ signs, otherwise you’ll regret it. This was a stunning location and was described with the horrible decrepit detail which will be familiar to regular readers of his fiction. There were scenes inside this farm, including when a character is hiding in the house, which were as unrelentingly unpleasant and nail-biting as anything the author has written. Worryingly, it does not look like there is much farming going on in Redstone. Overall, the descriptions were outstanding from the mangy stinking sheep which seem to be stalking campers to the threat of being hunted through the bramble infested local forests and being clubbed to death with blunt instruments. Kat writes for a local lifestyle magazine, ‘Devon Life and Style’, and is present when the archaeologist makes the big reveal, her photographer boyfriend Steve is also interested in the amazing discovery. Intending to write a feature, she is instead sucked into a dark world which is right on her doorstep, she never imagined could exist. Kat soon meets Helene, who has her own interests in the archaeological dig, and is investigating the apparent suicide of her brother Lincoln. The deceased had an odd pastime; he recorded natural sounds which came from deep within caves and other natural environments. Soon Helene realises Lincoln was recording very close to the site of the dig not long before he died. The mystery deepens and plays out exquisitely over 400-pages. Sounds and music both play a crucial part in adding to the oppressive atmosphere where permeates throughout The Reddening. The sounds captured by Lincoln which Helene listens to are deeply unpleasant and are described via waves of bestial grunting and other unnatural noises which soon have Helene revaluating what her brother had unwittingly stumbled upon. The novel also features a highly convincing folk music vibe which harks back to the 1970s glory years and a now reclusive former singer who was once big enough to play festivals to the scale of Knebworth. The seventies flashbacks were very convincing and I smiled at the references to the “mad crusties from back in the day.” There were many other funny musical references, including the “Hippy Slipknot” and “Filth Pigs are fucking here!” which may well have been a nod towards industrial metal band ‘Ministry’. If you follow Nevill on social media you will know he is a fan of long-distance sea swimming. Perhaps there was a touch of personal fears built into the novel; it includes a stunning scene which is spread over several chapters where a character is dumped far out at sea to drown. This individual is a born fighter and the battle for survival is so intense the reader will feel they are also in the water fighting for life whilst hypothermia kicks in. This was, quite simply, outstanding writing and one of the most thrilling sequences in the book. A different type of horror. I’m amazed that after eight previous novels, the first of which was published in 2004, Nevill can still come up with refreshing new fiction which does not particularly tread over old grounds, except in the very general sense of ‘horror being horror’. Long-term fans are bound to make their own comparisons and there is a tiny similarity to House of Small Shadows, but only in a broad folk-horror sense, but there is a slightly bigger connection to Last Days which also includes flashbacks to the seventies, otherwise it is all new. The plot is a very clever one, which effortlessly moves over time periods and has many very clever strands which pull together as the brutal body-count rises with the novel heading towards an outstanding climax revealing what ‘Reddening’ and its cryptic variations really means. If you’re new to Adam Nevill and would like to investigate him further here are links to articles written by myself on the Ink Heist site. Supernatural horror does not get much better than The Reddening. If you’re a fan of slow build-ups, heavy atmosphere, superb and intricate plotting, bloodletting and a novel which has a unique sense of time and place then you are going to love this quality story.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Janelle | She Reads with Cats

    The cover of Adam Nevill’s THE REDDENING first caught my eye on Sadie’s (@mother.horror) Instagram page when she posted her special edition copy. Unfortunately for me the hardcovers were all sold out, but Adam kindly offered to send me a free signed paperback. He is incredibly generous and I am so grateful for my copy because, guess what?!...I loved it. Kat is a lifestyle journalist who escapes her past by moving to a coastal area near Brickburgh in Devon England. Artifacts and remain The cover of Adam Nevill’s THE REDDENING first caught my eye on Sadie’s (@mother.horror) Instagram page when she posted her special edition copy. Unfortunately for me the hardcovers were all sold out, but Adam kindly offered to send me a free signed paperback. He is incredibly generous and I am so grateful for my copy because, guess what?!...I loved it. Kat is a lifestyle journalist who escapes her past by moving to a coastal area near Brickburgh in Devon England. Artifacts and remains from thousands of years ago are discovered in a nearby cave and this discovery definitely has Kat’s attention. Our second protagonist, Helene, has a very personal tie to the Brickburgh caves. Her brother, Lincoln, vanished six years ago while he spent time there recording subterranean sounds. Helene and Kat are thrown together during the course of their individual journeys and are forced to move forward together in a place where they are not welcome. Wow, Nevill sure knows how to write folklore, and HORROR. This book hit every mark for me. The writing is exquisite, the storytelling incredible, and the horror unapologetic. And oh my goodness, do I love Kat and Helene. If you like horror with complex storylines, wonderful characters, a rough coastal setting, archeological digs, cannibalism and cults, then you’ve found the right book. There is a reason why Nevill’s fans have been recommending his books to me - I am so glad I am finally among them.

  5. 5 out of 5

    The Grim Reader

    I consider myself a pretty big fan of Adam Nevill. It all started with The Ritual a few years ago, it blew me away and I've been a fan ever since (I still haven't seen the movie though). I loved Under A Watchful Eye, it was my favourite book of 2017. Last Days was good too, though the final few acts didn't quite work for me. The Reddening is another excellent outing from Nevill. Set on the south coast of England, Nevill spins a tale of strange and bloody folky goings on...human sacrifice, caves I consider myself a pretty big fan of Adam Nevill. It all started with The Ritual a few years ago, it blew me away and I've been a fan ever since (I still haven't seen the movie though). I loved Under A Watchful Eye, it was my favourite book of 2017. Last Days was good too, though the final few acts didn't quite work for me. The Reddening is another excellent outing from Nevill. Set on the south coast of England, Nevill spins a tale of strange and bloody folky goings on...human sacrifice, caves full of human bones, a reclusive musician with plenty to hide, it's a wonderful read for the most part. The writing is excellent, as is always the case with Nevill's books. My own slight grievance was with how the book kind of petered out. When the shit went down I was geared up for a blockbuster finish, but it didn't quite pan out that way and I felt the book peaked just a little too early. Still, The Reddening is one of the year's best horror books by one of the genre's best writers. And so... 4/5 red handprints on the door from the Grim Reader

  6. 4 out of 5

    Carmilla Voiez

    The story is dark and claustrophobic, like the caves it frequently dwells within, yet expansive like the wild countryside of Devon that is described beautifully and evocatively within its pages. It is the land, both beneath and above the surface of Devon that is the star of the story, and that character is brought to life by Adam Nevill, warts and all. The human characters are flawed yet strong like so many of Nevill's characters. No one here is truly good although some are irredeemab The story is dark and claustrophobic, like the caves it frequently dwells within, yet expansive like the wild countryside of Devon that is described beautifully and evocatively within its pages. It is the land, both beneath and above the surface of Devon that is the star of the story, and that character is brought to life by Adam Nevill, warts and all. The human characters are flawed yet strong like so many of Nevill's characters. No one here is truly good although some are irredeemably evil. Those who serve the Red Queen and her white pups follow a long tradition that consumes them, giving strength to their rage in ways Kat (one of two heroines) comes to understand intimately. We are left questioning what Kat may become and that lends a haunting tone to the conclusion. We know that this is not over, nor will it ever be. This horror is cosmic in the Lovecraftian tradition. A beautiful hardcover edition to treasure and a story to return to year upon year. Adam Nevill is a modern master of horror.

  7. 5 out of 5

    November Is Nyarlathotep The Haunted Reading Room

    I've developed quite a predilection for British folk horror as evinced by authors Jasper Bark, Sarah England, Adam Nevill, Sarah Rayne, and others. There's something immensely appealing about countrysides with millenia of continuous history preceded by multiple millennia of prehistory; land where the past (in THE REDDENING, literally) coexists with the contemporaneous. There are so many threads in this horror novel that I hesitate to try to compose a summary. Instead I will just emphasize the lo I've developed quite a predilection for British folk horror as evinced by authors Jasper Bark, Sarah England, Adam Nevill, Sarah Rayne, and others. There's something immensely appealing about countrysides with millenia of continuous history preceded by multiple millennia of prehistory; land where the past (in THE REDDENING, literally) coexists with the contemporaneous. There are so many threads in this horror novel that I hesitate to try to compose a summary. Instead I will just emphasize the lovely complexity of this novel, the extreme depth of characters, delineation of life's instinct-no, passionate drive--toward survival; and always--always--the weight of the Past suffocating the Present.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Barbeler

    The Reddening is the third of Adam Nevill’s novels I’ve read. It is a brutal, dreadful march through the countryside of Devon in the United Kingdom, where the location is as much of an integral character as the human characters. Kat, a journalist approaching middle age, and Helene, a single mum are front and centre, standing at the font of the bloodbath. But the characters that move around them in the maelstrom of foreboding and forgotten song are just as compelling. Matt, the paragli The Reddening is the third of Adam Nevill’s novels I’ve read. It is a brutal, dreadful march through the countryside of Devon in the United Kingdom, where the location is as much of an integral character as the human characters. Kat, a journalist approaching middle age, and Helene, a single mum are front and centre, standing at the font of the bloodbath. But the characters that move around them in the maelstrom of foreboding and forgotten song are just as compelling. Matt, the paraglider. Steve, Kat’s charming bearded boyfriend. Lewis, the local police officer. Tony Willow, the aged and reclusive folk music singer. The Red Folk in their horrid masks, stinking of the ages long dead. There is an overwhelming atmosphere of dread that permeates each page. The prose drips with a barely contained fury, evocative of the corruption and waiting violence that has poisoned this stretch of English coast. The Red Folk sing the songs of the ancient ways, deep in cloistered caverns, calling out to long-forgotten Gods. Nothing stays buried forever, and when a seam splits into a cave system millennia old, dark secrets come spilling out into the light of day. Nevill is a master of planting the seeds of dreadful images into his reader’s subconscious in such a way that the mind cannot help but blossom into abominable nightmares. In the case of The Reddening, I was awarded mere glimpses of the things that transcend space and time to hunt in the red. I won’t spoil it here, but Nevill’s descriptions were so effective that thought I could hear their far-off cries in the corners of my mind, and feel their hot, hungry breath on the back of my neck. I won’t say The Reddening was a pleasant read. It was deeply unpleasant, but captivating and powerful nonetheless. This is an effective horror novel unlike any other I’ve read. Highly recommended.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Hull

    Easily his best yet. His most disturbing, interesting and engaging with a brilliantly creepy history to the evil that comes for the characters. Slow burn horror gives way to fast paced terror and a pretty epic conclusion

  10. 4 out of 5

    Gavin

    Adam Nevill is simply a word magician. His prose triggers my minds eye like few others. A stunning story set along the gorgeous English South Coast this book should feature on many a year end 'best of' list. Go into this book knowing no more than the blurb/synopsis reveals and you'll be utterly captivated by Nevill's pitch perfect plotting. The Chapters that alternate between the two female leads are some of the best examples of pacing/plotting I've read in a lon Adam Nevill is simply a word magician. His prose triggers my minds eye like few others. A stunning story set along the gorgeous English South Coast this book should feature on many a year end 'best of' list. Go into this book knowing no more than the blurb/synopsis reveals and you'll be utterly captivated by Nevill's pitch perfect plotting. The Chapters that alternate between the two female leads are some of the best examples of pacing/plotting I've read in a long while. The Reddening is initially a slow burn tale that ramps up to be a pacey multi-faceted horror that is so well written Adam Nevill is seriously starting to challenge Clive Barker as my favourite author I can offer no higher praise Edit: I'd also like to add that I purchased the Limited Edition Signed Hardback. These books were self published by Adam under the Ritual Limited banner. They are beautiful, weighty books that I know I'll treasure forever more. I really do recommend you check Adam's website out and treat yourself to some of the best books in terms of writing and manufacture quality I've had the pleasure to own.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Charlotte Munro

    Haunting, creepy, dark and with a Lovecraftian air. THE REDDENING by Adam Nevill has left me reeling. Set in Devon, the backdrop is a perfect air of mystery and grey, crumbling old farmhouses and abandoned-esque jones. You’re lost in the pages, suffocatingly barren in the deep, dark caves below and the inky black, numbing waters of the icy May sea. The Reddening is a dark, sinister folklore tale, through the mad, white eyes of the Red Folk, we see just how macabre and gruesome the means they go Haunting, creepy, dark and with a Lovecraftian air. THE REDDENING by Adam Nevill has left me reeling. Set in Devon, the backdrop is a perfect air of mystery and grey, crumbling old farmhouses and abandoned-esque jones. You’re lost in the pages, suffocatingly barren in the deep, dark caves below and the inky black, numbing waters of the icy May sea. The Reddening is a dark, sinister folklore tale, through the mad, white eyes of the Red Folk, we see just how macabre and gruesome the means they go to, to make sure what lurks below is not unleashed above. The characters are heroines in each their own right, Katrine and Helene, two polar opposites are thrown into this sinister plot, both drawn together by Helene’s dead brother and his penchant for underground geological recording. Adam Nevill has done it again. His prose is unique and macabrely beautiful, his way of mastering scene building and world building is first class. There are moments in the book where you have to stop and readjust yourself, you’re transported right there into the suffocating deep reaches of Devon, or the inky depths, chilled by ice and the deplorable things you’ve just witnessed. A mix of gore and well written horror, Nevill has written another amazing, chilling and creepy horror that stays with you even after the last page is turned. It has now made me question whether I want to explore those dank caves in Devon. Beware the Red. The Red, Red, Red. Adam Nevill, becoming a true master of horror in my eyes.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Audra (ouija.doodle.reads)

    From the writer of The Ritual comes another folk horror masterpiece—one that will paint your mind red and leave you wondering. "Let what is so great fill red. Let the walls and the air be red. Let the earth soak red and the sky be red. Let us be blessed in the red. We are red. This, our reddening." This story centers on a strange cave with prehistoric artifacts that's been discovered in a remote English seaside town. Helene's brother made some unusual recordings in the area before disappeari/> From the writer of The Ritual comes another folk horror masterpiece—one that will paint your mind red and leave you wondering. "Let what is so great fill red. Let the walls and the air be red. Let the earth soak red and the sky be red. Let us be blessed in the red. We are red. This, our reddening." This story centers on a strange cave with prehistoric artifacts that's been discovered in a remote English seaside town. Helene's brother made some unusual recordings in the area before disappearing, and she is on the trail to closure, looking for that elusive why. Kat is a journalist who is used to fluffy lifestyle pieces, but her photographer boyfriend starts uncovering a story involving the caves and soon she's more involved than she wants to be. This story has an epic scope, and I loved the way Nevill juggled the multiple storylines. The beginning builds excellent suspense and dread with vignettes of multiple different characters who chance upon the area. Nevill proves his writing chops by thoroughly creating even the characters that are only involved in a small piece of the plot. This makes his world feel like it's full of real people, which I love to see while reading. By the time the main characters were introduced, I had no idea what to expect anymore, but I knew it was going to get crazy. Nevill keeps amping up the story at every level. There is an amazing section about halfway through the book where the chapters bounce back and forth between Kat and Helene's perspectives during a tense situation. I couldn't put the book down even though it was way past my bedtime! I needed to know where it was going. Nevill is a very descriptive writer, and while it sometimes goes over the edge, I mostly enjoyed the long, lush descriptions of scenery and characters. And when it comes to the horror, Nevill doesn't shy away. You're going to see everything—and it's much crazier than you're expecting. For me, the story didn't quite stick the landing, but I was so invested in the journey that it didn't really matter. I had such a good time reading this book: the characters are excellent, the story is very original, and the horror is dark and oozy—the type you want to look away from, but you just can't. Highly recommended for Nevill fans and newcomers alike. Red is the new black! My thanks to the author for my copy of this one to read and review.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jolene

    I was incredibly disappointed with Adam Nevill's newest novel. I was so looking forward to it and even got a signed, hard copy, first addition! I've been a huge fan for years since a friend turned me on to "House of Small Shadows." That book truly creeped me out, to the point where I was turning on the lights to go to the bathroom in the night. I've read all of his other novels and enjoyed them to varying degrees. His short story collections are incredible too. But he completely lost me with "Th I was incredibly disappointed with Adam Nevill's newest novel. I was so looking forward to it and even got a signed, hard copy, first addition! I've been a huge fan for years since a friend turned me on to "House of Small Shadows." That book truly creeped me out, to the point where I was turning on the lights to go to the bathroom in the night. I've read all of his other novels and enjoyed them to varying degrees. His short story collections are incredible too. But he completely lost me with "The Reddening." I should start by saying I'm not a fan of gore. I like good old fashioned, creepy, ghosty, haunted house/haunted anything, weird horror and Lovecraftian stories. This book has a LOT of gore. I mean, gore, gore, gore, gore, GORE and more gore. Or, to use Nevill's ubiquitous word, "butchery." Way too much butchery for me. But it wasn't just the gore. I didn't connect to the characters either. Steve seems like a douche, Kat is a huge Debbie Downer, and Helene - well Helene is a single mom who hasn't spent a day away from her 6 year old daughter until the events of the novel. THAT may be the most frightening thing in the entire book. My favorite character is actually dead before the novel even begins (Helene's brother). I also found the prose in "The Reddening" to be a bit overwrought - very un-Adam Nevill like. There is also a bit of slut shaming (IMO) here that bugged me. Infertility plays a part in two of the female characters' backstories. That in and of itself isn't upsetting. It's HOW these women became infertile. Not only a bit slut shame-y, but pretty unlikely as well. But the most disappointing thing about "The Reddening" is that is just isn't scary. Not even a little bit. In fact, some of the descriptions of the characters walking and/or sitting around with these big old stinky, mangy headpieces/masks on actually made me laugh. The end takes a big left turn that manages to be absurd without being surprising. I did, however, love the very very end describing Kat's situation. THAT was creepy. I am still a fan of Adam, but I hope his future works rely less on blood, decapitation, bowels, bludgeoning and shit and more on creating a truly terrifying atmosphere as he has done so well in many of his other novels.

  14. 4 out of 5

    John Lynch

    The Reddening served as my introduction to the work of Adam Nevill. That being said, I hadn’t even finished the book before buying 3 more of his novels, it’s that good. An ancient cave network dating back to prehistoric times is discovered. Within the network of caves, evidence of cannibalism and barbaric sacrifices occurring throughout history are uncovered. While covering the dig site for a local magazine, Kat meets up with a woman named Helene who has not come to grips with her bro The Reddening served as my introduction to the work of Adam Nevill. That being said, I hadn’t even finished the book before buying 3 more of his novels, it’s that good. An ancient cave network dating back to prehistoric times is discovered. Within the network of caves, evidence of cannibalism and barbaric sacrifices occurring throughout history are uncovered. While covering the dig site for a local magazine, Kat meets up with a woman named Helene who has not come to grips with her brother’s suicide. Cave recordings taken by Helene's brother draw her to one of the last places he visited before killing himself. What is discovered turns out to be deeper and more horrible than anyone imagined. The Reddening is a wonderfully written horror novel. Nevill does an immaculate job of describing the environments within these pages. It was easy for me to close my eyes and envision the cliffs, the paths, the caves of a country that I’ve never been to. The descriptions do a wonderful job of setting the atmosphere and tone while Nevill keeps the tension high for the duration of the book. Barbaric rituals and brutal violence live within these pages, as those who serve the red will go to great lengths to do so. There are enough twists in here to keep the reader intrigued, and the conclusion of the book was well done. As I mentioned before, The Reddening is the type of book that compels you to buy more from the author. I suspect this is a feeling Nevill fans are already familiar with, and for those who aren’t, prepare to read your new favorite author. 5/5

  15. 4 out of 5

    Tina

    Since the dawn of his existence, man has been afraid of the dark. Within it, he imagines unspeakable horrors, ones that would surely drive insane anyone unfortunate enough to come face to face with them. Should they ever see the light of day. Now, they are growing restless, impatient. Their howling and baying draws nearer, an age-old hunger calling upon the Red. Soon, the heady pipes will be drowned out by the sucking. The cracking. The tearing. And once more, the Red will rise. Since the dawn of his existence, man has been afraid of the dark. Within it, he imagines unspeakable horrors, ones that would surely drive insane anyone unfortunate enough to come face to face with them. Should they ever see the light of day. Now, they are growing restless, impatient. Their howling and baying draws nearer, an age-old hunger calling upon the Red. Soon, the heady pipes will be drowned out by the sucking. The cracking. The tearing. And once more, the Red will rise. Whenever there is news of a new novel by Adam Nevill, I cannot help but place a hasty preorder. Ever since reading his „The Ritual“ (a superb filmic adaptation now available on Netflix), I have been hooked. Nevill is one of the few authors to consistently manage to scare me, a substantial feat considering I manage to fall asleep reading the likes of Lovecraft in the dark, alone - and I do love Lovecraftian fiction. In this regard,„The Reddening“, Adam‘s 9th novel (not counting the two short story collections), certainly does not disappoint. The images - as well as the language delivering them - are visceral, tangible even. It is easy to get lost in the thoughtfully crafted sentences and paragraphs, so much so that even the most gruesome events take on a certain, perverse kind of beauty. The world of „the Reddening“ easily comes alive before our mind‘s eye, and we are tempted to lose ourselves in it. But it is neither the remarkable mastery of language nor the delicious horror that stands out the most: it is the characters. Unlike many other (male) horror writers, Adam manages to portray his female protagonists like three-dimensional beings. Kat and Helene, the two leading ladies of this story, are no damsels in distress; they do not need to be rescued or rely on the assistance of a knight in shining armor. They are real women, with doubts, worries and problems, but also possessing will, and the readiness to leap into action. They work hard to overcome their obstacles, they earn every smallest reprieve. They are perfectly imperfect. There is much I could still say about „The Reddening“, but I believe it is best to go in with as little prior knowledge as possible. To experience the full effect, it should be read „blindly“, so to speak. Anyone who has ever read and enjoyed one of Nevill‘s previous novels or collections cannot go wrong with „the Reddening“. Neither can anyone with a taste for the visceral, the ancient, the horrors hidden beneath our feet, just out of sight. Dare to venture into the crimson depths, give yourself to the Red, and join the atonal chorus!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Dr. Fiona M. Clements-Russell

    Brutal, compelling and completely overwhelming, The Reddening is the darkest book by Adam Nevill that I have encountered, to date. I honestly couldn't stop thinking about it. When I wasn't reading it, I was reliving scenes and having waking nightmares about it. The horror is very full-on. It's not a book to be taken lightly, or uncautiously entered into, as it will grab you by the throat and drag you kicking and screaming straight into a nightmare world that feels all too plausibly real. I live Brutal, compelling and completely overwhelming, The Reddening is the darkest book by Adam Nevill that I have encountered, to date. I honestly couldn't stop thinking about it. When I wasn't reading it, I was reliving scenes and having waking nightmares about it. The horror is very full-on. It's not a book to be taken lightly, or uncautiously entered into, as it will grab you by the throat and drag you kicking and screaming straight into a nightmare world that feels all too plausibly real. I live in a remote rural area, and while I sincerely hope there are no cults secretly carrying out their dark arts here, it made me want to keep checking the doors were locked before I went to bed. Just in case...Thanks for the nightmares, Adam! Adam Nevill has given us a rare treat, an all guns blazing, rip roaring gore-fest that delivers from first page to last. One of my favourite books of 2019, and I just know I am going to be coming back to this one next time I need a real horror fix. Superb, and Five Stars isn't enough for what is going to become a phenomenon in the world of horror fiction. At least, I sincerely hope it's fiction. Hang on, have to go and check my doors are locked... You just never know what's going on in these quiet country places.

  17. 4 out of 5

    SDKalos

    I would say this book is a slow burn, but that's just in comparison to the ending, which is bonkers. Like same energy as the ending of Wicker Man or the Babadook bonkers. The kind of ending where you just think, no way, we can't go there. And then Adam Nevill does. Really the adjective that most fits is relentless. The creep factor just builds and builds bit by bit until you're on this cinematic feeling freefall. No other modern horror writer I've read writes descriptions like Nevill. I would say this book is a slow burn, but that's just in comparison to the ending, which is bonkers. Like same energy as the ending of Wicker Man or the Babadook bonkers. The kind of ending where you just think, no way, we can't go there. And then Adam Nevill does. Really the adjective that most fits is relentless. The creep factor just builds and builds bit by bit until you're on this cinematic feeling freefall. No other modern horror writer I've read writes descriptions like Nevill. You can see, feel and smell (yes, smell) everything. Also, sidenote, I ordered the special edition early based purely on the cover art. I would have purchased anyway but Samuel Arya's cover art was too good to wait on. Aaand it helped put off the creepy suit who would not let me alone on the train. He was really interested in what I was reading, ('so few girls these days read real book' *barf*). I then cheerfully explained that it was about supernatural cannibals in Devon, flashed the (gorgeous) cover and away he went to another seat. THANKS ADAM and SAM!

  18. 5 out of 5

    David Jordan

    Cosmic horror and mystery with visceral, sweaty claustrophobic terror. Strong recommend if you're looking for new horror, but you love Machen. Reminded me a bit of Lovecraft's "The Rats in the Walls" with the discovery of eons of cannibalism. Tony Willows character reminds me of prog-rocker dude from the movie "Mandy."

  19. 5 out of 5

    Joseph Scipione

    Review forthcoming at horrorbound.net I’ll save my thoughts for that but I loved this book.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Michael Grover

    Over the last few years, Adam Nevill has slithered his way to the top of my favorite authors list, and his latest book, THE REDDENING, ensures that he will remain there. Most of his novels are about some sort of ancient evil being unleashed upon the hapless denizens of the modern world, and that's true of this book as well. It concerns the discovery of a system of caves along the southwest coast of England. The caves contain evidence of a savage, prehistoric culture that engaged in shocking acts Over the last few years, Adam Nevill has slithered his way to the top of my favorite authors list, and his latest book, THE REDDENING, ensures that he will remain there. Most of his novels are about some sort of ancient evil being unleashed upon the hapless denizens of the modern world, and that's true of this book as well. It concerns the discovery of a system of caves along the southwest coast of England. The caves contain evidence of a savage, prehistoric culture that engaged in shocking acts of violence as offerings to horrific, subterranean deities. The revelation brings increased attention to the area, and it soon becomes clear that the horrors of the past have never really gone away and have finally found their time to re-emerge after waiting for tens of thousands of years. Nevill has frequently introduced strong female protagonists in the past, and this story as well is told primarily from the viewpoints of two female characters, Kat and Helene. The narrative jumps back and forth between the two of them as their stories intersect more than once. Nevill masterfully ratchets up the suspense in numerous spots, particularly one extended segment that details how the two characters find themselves in separate, utterly harrowing situations; this part of the book left me practically breathless with anticipation. There was also one scene that I was reading at night while sitting next to a window; it actually made me get up and pull down the shade! The novel culminates in a splendidly gruesome encounter with something from the subterranean depths which I will not spoil for you. THE REDDENING is yet another home run by one of the greatest horror writers working today. Highly recommended.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mary Cielock

    Let me start by saying that I RARELY gives 5 stars to a novel. I'm a huge Adam Nevill fan. I got a signed hard copy from Adam's publishing company, Ritual Limited. I started reading it right away. I've read all of his books, "The Ritual" being my favorite. My favorite kind of books are those that make me feel isolated and cold. And I love gore, but not too much (you want gore galore, read "The Coliseum" by Patrick Lestewka. It'll wreck you). The mix of isolation and gore here is superb. One chap Let me start by saying that I RARELY gives 5 stars to a novel. I'm a huge Adam Nevill fan. I got a signed hard copy from Adam's publishing company, Ritual Limited. I started reading it right away. I've read all of his books, "The Ritual" being my favorite. My favorite kind of books are those that make me feel isolated and cold. And I love gore, but not too much (you want gore galore, read "The Coliseum" by Patrick Lestewka. It'll wreck you). The mix of isolation and gore here is superb. One chapter in particular remains with me; let's just say when Nevill describes the sound of smashing with rocks... it's guttural. I felt it. The writing is sophisticated. Nevill really put his all into this novel. It's no joke. Nevill uses his local environment as a backdrop to the plot and the detail is exquisite. The character development is so good. I LOVE Kat's character. The only issue I have is that it ended fast. But they all have to end, don't they. But it was and open-ended end, which I like. I'm not doing it justice. It's an experience. Read this!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Dale Robertson

    Really good. In fact, really REALLY good. Adam's writing is so great, you can picture yourself in each situation with the characters. Which makes the book terrifying. I got sucked into this world so much, i read every single chance i got to see what was going to happen next. Even if was only for a few mins at a time. Claustrophobic, tense, creepy, gruesome, heartbreaking - only a few words to describe The Reddening. Oh, and that cover...fantastic! Fan of horror? Do yourself a favour and check th Really good. In fact, really REALLY good. Adam's writing is so great, you can picture yourself in each situation with the characters. Which makes the book terrifying. I got sucked into this world so much, i read every single chance i got to see what was going to happen next. Even if was only for a few mins at a time. Claustrophobic, tense, creepy, gruesome, heartbreaking - only a few words to describe The Reddening. Oh, and that cover...fantastic! Fan of horror? Do yourself a favour and check this out. You won't be disappointed.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Soucy

    Disturbing, Vivid, and Rich in Believable Lore This is my first Adam Nevill novel, and I definitely get all the hype about his skills. I wanted to read The Ritual first, as I loved the Netflix movie, but the opportunity arose for this when it popped up on KU. **Mild Spoilers** First off, I love folklore and history. The beginning really sucked me in with the caves, the archaeological digs, and additional tidbits surrounding The Red Folk and The Creel. I've occasio Disturbing, Vivid, and Rich in Believable Lore This is my first Adam Nevill novel, and I definitely get all the hype about his skills. I wanted to read The Ritual first, as I loved the Netflix movie, but the opportunity arose for this when it popped up on KU. **Mild Spoilers** First off, I love folklore and history. The beginning really sucked me in with the caves, the archaeological digs, and additional tidbits surrounding The Red Folk and The Creel. I've occasionally wondered what life was like for our earliest ancestors. How terrified they must've been in a cruel, ruthless world without science - only death and impenetrable mystery. I can see where Nevill found his inspiration, beautifully executed in glorious detail. All of this made the story so believable and thus extra terrifying! I've heard complaints about the gore, which there is a lot. I get it, because gore doesn't scare me either - it's just gross. But, there are plenty of scares here. Some will haunt me for years, and god help me if someone makes this a movie cause I'll be wrecked. My favorite part of the scares is what I love about horror. A writer takes something relatable and twists it just slightly askew. The Red People, for instance, ARE people. They are also a lurid reminder of how we are still vulnerable to our animal nature, and not in a good way. Some of their actions, fueled by drugs and religious ecstasy, were off the freaking wall! Descriptions of the dancing, the rituals, their weird-ass party in the town...just brilliant! Oddly similar, if I had one complaint it would be the overly detailed descriptions of nature and such. I've never been a fan of that, and after a time it pulls me from the story. The cliffs, the sea, the rocks etc don't interest me enough to absorb that level of detail. But, once the story is back on track it's really engaging! Anyway, I recommend this for hardcore horror fans and anyone who loves folklore and spooky re-imaginings of the past. Enjoy!😃

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly van Pinxteren

    I find it challenging to review this book. Let me start by saying that I am a huge Adam Nevill fan. House of Small Shadows was the book that introduced me to him and I still think of that particular story every day. It has instantly become one of my all time favourites, ending up high in my all time top 10. It was so deliciously creepy and original that to this day it still creeps me out. The Ritual and No One Gets Out Alive were also absolute masterpieces that I simply adored from start to fini I find it challenging to review this book. Let me start by saying that I am a huge Adam Nevill fan. House of Small Shadows was the book that introduced me to him and I still think of that particular story every day. It has instantly become one of my all time favourites, ending up high in my all time top 10. It was so deliciously creepy and original that to this day it still creeps me out. The Ritual and No One Gets Out Alive were also absolute masterpieces that I simply adored from start to finish. Same goes for the short story collections. Needless to say I was beyond excited for The Reddening. Unfortunately I am left a little disappointed as it is so different from his other work. The first thing that bothered me most throughout the book (and I am probably alone in this) is the overuse of details and the many 'challenging' ways of using words and sentences. It is not an easy straight-forward read especially not for someone whose first language isn't English. That is why my mind kept wandering off during reading, I found myself reading the same page time after time and none of what I read really stayed with me (but once again that could just be me). My second issue was that I found none of it creepy, is it horror? Sure! Is it gory? Sure! But to me the creep factor was nowhere to be found. I assume this has more to do with personal tastes than actual facts stated. Adam Nevill is an absolute masterful writer and in my opinion is one of the greatest authors we have today. I will absolutely check out everything he will put out after this, but I am silently hoping that it will be more like his previous work. Like 'Where Angels Come In' which surpassed Stephen King's '1922' as the best short story I have ever read.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Rose Aitken

    Folk legend masks organized crime syndicate It sounds llike a headline doesn’t it? it’s true though. I kind of dithered between four and five stars for this book but in the end just because it seems that Kat never did write her book I gave it five. Had she done so the book would have got four because that would have been just a bit too corny for me. It says a lot though about corruption and the lengths people will go to, to cover it up. A good book with plenty of insight and a lot of action. Char Folk legend masks organized crime syndicate It sounds llike a headline doesn’t it? it’s true though. I kind of dithered between four and five stars for this book but in the end just because it seems that Kat never did write her book I gave it five. Had she done so the book would have got four because that would have been just a bit too corny for me. It says a lot though about corruption and the lengths people will go to, to cover it up. A good book with plenty of insight and a lot of action. Characters were well created if, in some cases, a bit slow on the uptake but that’s to be expected when you come to think about it. The start is kind of slow but if you stick with it I think you’ll find a lot to enjoy. There’s plenty of pace and action if, at times it’s a bit gory for the tastes of some people.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lukie LeDoux

    Adam Nevill strikes again with horrors both ancient and modern. This is the 3rd book I've read by Adam Nevill, the first two being The Ritual and Last Days. In my opinion, no other horror writer creates worlds so beautifully written and infinitely readable. The Ritual was my favorite book I read last year and put Adam Nevill on my radar. When I heard a new book was coming and it dealt with horrors with prehistoric roots, I knew I had to have it. The Reddening at its core is about how past horro Adam Nevill strikes again with horrors both ancient and modern. This is the 3rd book I've read by Adam Nevill, the first two being The Ritual and Last Days. In my opinion, no other horror writer creates worlds so beautifully written and infinitely readable. The Ritual was my favorite book I read last year and put Adam Nevill on my radar. When I heard a new book was coming and it dealt with horrors with prehistoric roots, I knew I had to have it. The Reddening at its core is about how past horrors are never far behind you no matter how far you run-- or how deep you bury them-- and how history is doomed to repeat itself in a grim cycle. Big time True Detective vibes. Much like the characters in the story I found myself dreaming of dark caves, sounds in the dark. Of dark rituals carried out in the the ruddy light of a fire. The Reddening is a story that pulls from fears lodged deep in our ancestral memory and that makes it very affecting. The Reddening is an excellent entry in the folk horror genre and I'm confident it will stand among the classics in time. I'm excited to see what Adam Nevill has in store for us. 5 out of 5

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lyndsey Gollogly

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I was lucky enough to have a signed limited edition brought for my birthday first off the art work is just brilliant. After trying my hardest not to devour it within two days I made it last and enjoyed it so much. The imagery was just fantastic helped along with pictures posted by Adam showing his inspiration while writing. Chapter 21 all I can say is poor Steve. You felt everything these two women experienced from Helene's swim to Kat's captivity. The one thing I didn't like while reading was m I was lucky enough to have a signed limited edition brought for my birthday first off the art work is just brilliant. After trying my hardest not to devour it within two days I made it last and enjoyed it so much. The imagery was just fantastic helped along with pictures posted by Adam showing his inspiration while writing. Chapter 21 all I can say is poor Steve. You felt everything these two women experienced from Helene's swim to Kat's captivity. The one thing I didn't like while reading was my kids and husbands need to keep interrupting me!! Thank you Adam for another fantastic book!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Rickard

    A great English folk horror story. Addictive and twisting as you are pulled thru the story at an alarming rate. The horror of what people will do to each other and the reasons why are excellently told in this tale.

  29. 5 out of 5

    steven duane

    Fantastic!! What an amazing novel. When a bunch of random events along the shores of england bring about deeply troubling revelations from our prehistoric past. I hope you look good in red!!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Keith

    THE REDDENING is another terrifying gem from maestro Adam Nevill. Combining folk music and prehistoric horror, this novel breathes atmosphere, where the landscape is darkened red by the ritualistic blood of a thousand years. In itself, the south coastal tapestry of Devon (in England) is a major influence over what transpires to the characters of Helen and Kat and the nightmare they unearth. To say any more would be a disservice to the mysteries of this masterpiece. Beware, the Red Folk are comin THE REDDENING is another terrifying gem from maestro Adam Nevill. Combining folk music and prehistoric horror, this novel breathes atmosphere, where the landscape is darkened red by the ritualistic blood of a thousand years. In itself, the south coastal tapestry of Devon (in England) is a major influence over what transpires to the characters of Helen and Kat and the nightmare they unearth. To say any more would be a disservice to the mysteries of this masterpiece. Beware, the Red Folk are coming. ***5 out of 5 stars***

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