Road of Bones

Road of Bones

Documentarian Teig and his cameraman partner, Prentiss, are scouting for a new paranormal series. Teig’s idea is to see if the “haunted” Siberian Kolyma Highway, nicknamed the Road of Bones, can be used as a basis of a new series. The road was made by prisoners of cold war era Soviet gulags. Any prisoners who died were just ground into the road where they died. Are their ghosts still haunting the road?

Teig’s goal is to reach the coldest village in the world, Akhust. What they find there is more chilling than the weather. The entire village is abandoned except for one young girl, Una. And something is coming out of the forest…

This book takes a while to get up to a thriller’s pace. But once it does, the plot moves along at a furious pace. The horror part of the plot was new to me—none of the usual vampires or zombies. I believe that Road of Bones works better as horror than a paranormal thriller. If you like horror, you should check it out. 4 stars!

Thanks to St. Martin’s Press and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.

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