I slept like a baby after reading thing. Though, a baby with insomnia, but that's normal.
Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock.
Alfie can't sleep. He's been sent to the sanatorium to "get better".
And it's a terrifying place.
Especially at night...when everyone else is asleep.
Alfie soon discovers that being awake is the most dangerous condition of all.
You'll find out why. But don't expect to sleep afterwards.
I liked this book, right till the end because I really don't get what going on there. The conclusion of this book is unsatisfying and confusing. There were questions raised I don't think were answered. The twists were dumb.
The writing seems to be too modern. I can understand this with this being YA and aimed at inexperienced readers but this story doesn't fully work in it's time setting to begin with. Asylums are talked about as if they are a thing of the distant past but this is going on right now, in the hell day of them being terrible.
Overall, I give this book 2 out of 5 stars for night walking. This story was okay, but in terms of horror, it's not scary and is very cliché in a nonsensical way. There is some interesting imagery but that's about it. ALSO WHO THE HELL SET FIRE TO THE HOUSE?