ARC Review

ARC Review: The River At Night by Erica Ferencik

A high-stakes drama set against the harsh beauty of the Maine wilderness, charting the journey of four friends as they fight to survive the aftermath of a white water rafting accident, The River at Night is a nonstop and unforgettable thriller.

Disclaimer: A huge thanks to Bloomsbury India for the review copy; though the thoughts, feelings and opinions expressed in my review are my own. 

I have been on a mystery kick lately and this was one just another brilliant addition that kept my kick going high and thriving! 

River At The Night starts off a bit slow; for about 30% you get a good look at the slew of characters who will be the stars of the show! And while I adore the character build up but I also like mysteries fast and furious kind.  

Four friends in the mid of their lives are out for an adventure of their lifetime – or mostly to get out of the funk in their lives. So the first part of the book involves the reader getting to intimately know the characters in the story – so if you aren’t into this deep information, it would still be worth taking time to read this one! 

The twists and turns freaking kills you (figuratively, of course!) the rest of the book moves at a pace that leaves the readers breathless and in need of a cool down, exactly after an adreleline rush – and it honestly scared me and did really put me off wilderness camping for the rest of my life!  

But it did make me a fan of this author – and I am looking forward to actually reading more from her! 

⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

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