When Oliver was a kid, the mountain spoke to him for the first time, demanding a sacrifice. Now he's the most respected member in the Point Hollow community, but the mountain hasn't stopped calling...
I was surprised how much I liked the story. It's grim. A mountain filled with children's bones. A seemingly perfectly normal little town. All good ingredients for a spooky read. Although the story was predictable at times I still enjoyed reading it a lot, although it might not be the best read for those with a weak stomach.
I was - like usually - not really charmed by the changing POVs in combination with a historical and a modern time line. It's not my favourite, but something that's done a lot these days.
I would pick up another book by this author.
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!