By Micol Ostow
Here is a home of spoil and rage, of dying and deliverance.
Here is the place I dwell, no longer living.
Here is often mine.
When Connor's relatives strikes to Amity, a secluded residence at the peaceable banks of latest England's harmony River, his nights are plagued with gore-filled desires of demons. destruction, and revenge. goals he form of likes. goals he can make actual, with Amity's help.
Ten years later, Gwen's family members strikes to Amity for a clean begin. as an alternative, she's haunted through lurid visions, anxious voices, and questions on her personal sanity. yet along with her heritage, who could ever think her? And what might be performed in the event that they did?
Because Amity is not just a home. She is a residing strength, bent on manipulating her population to her twisted will. she's going to use Connor and Gwen to result in a violent finish as she's performed ahead of. As she'll do back. And back. And again.
Inspired by way of a true-crime tale, Amity spans generations to weave an overlapping, interconnected story of terror, madness, threat, and death.
Praise for AMITY:
"Calling to brain that Stephen King feeling, Ostow brings the main scary apartment on the earth to lifestyles with chilling intimacy." —Danielle Paige, New York Times best-selling writer of Dorothy needs to Die
“Heart-stopping and chilling—Amity will hang-out you lengthy after the final page.” —Kami Garcia, #1 New York Times best-selling author Unbreakable & coauthor of Beautiful Creatures
"With Amity, Micol Ostow reawakens outdated horrors for a brand new iteration. a daunting story spun with magic and genuine chills. hugely recommended." —Jonathan Maberry, New York Times best-selling writer of Rot & Ruin and V-Wars.
"There is horror, after which there's the very specific horror of a Micol Ostow novel. . . . The permeable obstacles among at times, residing and useless, brain and global are transcended in Amity, a story that's as darkly appealing because it is flat-out terrifying." —Adele Griffin, two-time nationwide ebook Award Finalist and writer of The Unfinished lifetime of Addison Stone.
"This is a booklet that gave me genuine nightmares I nonetheless cannot shake. informed in deft, haunting language and full of worrying heart-pounding moments of actual horror, Amity is Micol Ostow at her chilling, terrifying best." —Nova Ren Suma, writer of Imaginary Girls and 17 & Gone
"The most sensible horror is like staring into the face of a bad lunatic god, a gaze that's immediately so notable and insistent, you can't glance away no matter if you must. no matter if you know you are beginning to cross a bit crazy. Amity is all that—insidious, darkly malevolent, infectious. an outstanding insanity, indeed." —Ilsa J. Bick, writer of the Ashes trilogy and White Space