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When Sloane takes a job at the infamous whitewater-rafting camp Widow Falls, she quickly learns that the camp has a reputation for more than just summer fun. 

People go missing at Widow Falls. The guide she’s replacing was just one of many. As Sloane settles into her new home — a one-room apartment she’ll be sharing with the five other guides — she can’t help asking questions and digging into the disappearances she’s heard about. Her new roommates tell her stories of dark legends and dangerous folklore surrounding the secluded camp but assure her there’s nothing to worry about. It’s all just superstition. 

When Sloane stumbles upon a clue and a secret message hidden beneath the floorboards of their loft, she begins to realize there may be more to the myths than she’s been told. The message gets her attention: Don’t trust anyone at Widow Falls. As she follows clues to better understand the missing guide she replaced, Sloane can’t help noticing the similarities between the two of them. Whatever’s happening at Widow Falls, it’s clear someone doesn’t want her digging into it. 

As the seams of her reality are torn apart, making her question everything, Sloane has to uncover the truth about the camp — and its occupants — before someone else goes missing.

©2021 Kiersten Modglin (P)2021 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Amazing!

I had waited over a month for this to come out! And I was not disappointed! I listened to it every chance I got. I finished in 2 days because any free minute I had it was on! It leaves you wanting more! The guessing game of what happens next went through my head at all times of this book! This will definitely be a book I will listen to again.

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I couldn’t stop listening!

I love Kiersten Modglin’s books and this is one of the best! I loved every second of it. The narrator did an excellent job!! Definitely worth a listen!

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Widow Falls

This should probably be listed as YA. I did not like the main character. She was childish and dramatic. I stuck with the book because I used a credit. It was predictable. There was one turn I didn’t expect, that’s why I gave it three stars. The narrator was ok but a little over the top. If “meh” was a rating, I’d give it that.

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absolutely the worst narrator.

I want to listen to this book so so badly, but the narrator sounds sooooooooo rediculous I can't. I'm actually going to request a refund and future I'll never, ever get a book with her as the narrator. nails on a chalkboard

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Save Yourself Some Time and Read "Lock Every Door"

Read basically the same plot (minus the setting) executed much, MUCH better in Lock Every Door by Riley Sager.

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Good but not her best

This novel dragged, needed a plot edit. It did not have a good pace or well developed characters. A disappointment. I'd skip it.

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Strictly regarding narration voice

I didn't listen to the book. Could not get past 5 minutes which is heart breaking because I waited for this release for months! The narrator sounds like Miranda Sings and I cannot get past it. I hope to be able to just read it. Unfortunate.