Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six, a review by Kristin

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Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six
By: Lisa Unger

Publication Date: November 8, 2022
Published By: Park Row
400 pages

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“If you think you can run away from this-from me-you’re wrong. I’m right behind you.”

Six friends and family rent a cabin in the woods for a relaxing weekend away. It is Hannah and her husband Brad, Mako (Hannah’s brother), and his wife Liza, Cricket and her new beau Joshua. They have a private chef for them, and a wonderful view. What could go wrong? A storm rolls in, and the power gets shut off. Everyone seems to have a secret. Is there anyone that Hannah can trust? Some is coming after them, but who? And why?

I’ve read a few of Unger’s books and I really enjoyed them. I may be in the minority here, but this one just didn’t do it for me. There seems to be dual storylines here: who ever is after them, and Henry’s life. These two story lines eventually come together, but just not in a satisfying way. Honestly, I just about rolled my eyes as the whole reason why someone was after them. I know it has been described as fast paced, but it didn’t read that way for me. It was honestly a little boring and it took forever to get to some action. It’s not a bad book by any means, and I know a ton of people loved it. But, not every book is for ever person.


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