Publisher: Little, Brown Book for Readers
Date of publication: September 06, 2016
Genre: Young Adult, Horror
Where the book can be found: Amazon
A stunning, terrifying novel about a house the color of blood and the two sisters who are trapped there, by The Dead House author Dawn Kurtagich
I stayed up until 1am to finish reading this book. I had to finish this book because it had such a grip on me. It scared me to death and fascinated me at the same time. When I can’t sleep after finishing a book because it creeped me out, you know that it was good.
This book is written in such a different fashion, it is hard to explain. One chapter, you are reading in 1st person and then you could be reading in 3rd person. I don’t like it when the book jumps around like that but in this case, it worked. There was also excerpts from Silla’s diary that are creepy. I got the chills from reading it.
This book also fucks with your mind. I won’t go into it but oh baby, things are defiantly not what they seem in this book!!!
Like I said above, this book is a mind fuck. The huge twist at the end threw me for a loop. I didn’t even see it coming. Not a hint, nothing.
How many stars will I give And the Trees Crept In? 5
Why? This is a genuinely creepy book with an ending that makes you go “WTF”.
Will I reread? Yes
Will I recommend to family and friends? Yes
Age Range: Young Adult
Why? No sex, some violence and is just very creepy!!
**I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book**