Mind of Winter

Mind of Winterimage
Laura Kasischke

It was thirteen years ago that Holly and her husband, Eric, went to Siberia to adopt the sweet, dark-haired child they had wanted so desperately.

Holly senses that something is not right, and has never been right in the years since they brought their daughter home. Now Tatty is a dangerously beautiful, petulant, and often erratic teenager, and Holly feels there is something evil lurking within their house.

“Something has followed them home from Russia”

As I read the pandemonic ramblings of Holly Judge I had no clue where this story would lead let alone end. As each page was turned the behavior of both Holly and Tatty was quite concerning, admittedly the tension was building along with my anxiety. Intrigued, curious and filled with angst I stuck with it.

“Something has followed them home from Russia”

The ending was a surprise, completely unpredictable. Fabulous psychological thriller.

“Something has followed them home from Russia”

Certainly makes one wonder how much investigation is done in regards to foreign adoption for both adoptee and adoptive parents. Very eerie read.

“Something has followed them home from Russia”

“Something has followed them home from Russia”
“Something has followed them home from Russia”
“Something has followed them home from Russia”


Recommendation: 3/5

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