I really enjoyed this book. It involves these people who basically have PTSD after encounters with the paranormal. And they all get evaluated and invited to a counseling group by this mysterious counselor, who never tells anything about herself. And once counseling begins, then the stories come out…some slowly. Some quickly.
I loved that this could have been happening now, in some office in America. A group of people sitting around sharing stories of the monsters they’ve encountered. And these were just regular people, who had normal issues like you would expect normal people to have after encountering said monsters. Quite an interesting take, I think.
I definitely feel this deserves 4 ½ stars, and gladly recommend this to anyone looking for a different take on a paranormal story.
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