Stormi's Review: The Truth Circle by Cameron Ayers
Updated: Dec 2, 2019
PUBLISHER: Cameron Ayers
RELEASED: October 1, 2019
GENRE: Horror, Suspense
LENGTH: 567 pages
FORMAT: eBook, Paperback
Six strangers. Seven days. Seventy-five square miles of wilderness. One common goal: survive.
When a nature retreat takes a disastrous turn, six hapless suburbanites find themselves stranded in Pennsylvania’s largest wildlife preserve.
Unable to escape or contact the outside world, they must adapt to this harsh environment to survive, even as burgeoning rivalries slowly splinter the group into warring factions.
But they aren’t the only ones in the forest. Their presence has stirred threats beyond imagination, which will force uneasy alliances as all of them confront dark truths about one another … and themselves.
FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS
When a group of strangers is left out in the wilderness for seven days, there is no telling what can happen. Their combined goal at first is a growth retreat, but soon the solitary goal is to survive.
The worst I can say about this book is that it started slow. Even though it had a slow start, it had me enthralled from the beginning. The descriptions are amazing. I found myself feeling the words and could close my eyes and picture the scene. The characters were made to either love or hate, but they were so real. It could be anyone next to you at a restaurant. The storyline was well thought out and very well written. I found myself with chills many times.
Overall, this book was a crazy ride, but it's worth the read.