Shelby, a student page at the Napanee Branch Library, recently enjoying the terrifying thriller The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay. Here is her review:

Wen is playing in the front yard when a strange man walks up the driveway and approaches her. His name is Leonard, and he seems nice enough until he tells her, “None of what’s going to happen is your fault” and, “Your dads won’t want to let us in, Wen. But they have to.” Soon Wen and her dads are desperately trying to keep the strange intruders out of their cabin, along with their crazy stories of the apocalypse and the sacrifices required to stop it. The intruders explain that the end of the world is coming. To stop the apocalypse Wen’s dads, Eric and Andrew, must choose one of themselves to sacrifice so the rest of the world can live. Of course it’s all just some delusion the insane strangers have created… Or is it? Tension, paranoia and lies run rampant in this gripping novel from Paul Tremblay. Fans of the movies The Strangers and 10 Cloverfield Lane won’t want to miss this un-put-down-able terrifying read!

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