The Insatiable Hunger Of Trees by Samantha Eaton

When Cara’s sister vanishes, suspicions and gossip run rampant regarding the nearby wooded area. From serial killer to government cover-ups to local legends of strange creatures, it seems the trees within the forest hold all the secrets. One day her sister unexpectedly returns back home, however under the most unusual of circumstances. Cara takes it upon herself to uncover the mysterious truths about her sister’s disappearance, no matter how horrific they might be.

Samantha Eaton intertwines brutal branches of violence with roots of urban legends in her tense filled novel, The Insatiable Hunger Of Trees. The Minnesota evergreens, pines and spruces establish an ominous setting of dreadful winter foreshadowing the supernatural colliding with reality. The fabled Winter Tree along with the Iceheart creature provides the reader with a disturbing insight into a mysterious family tragedy. Expect a multilayered story to this hunting ground of horrors.

This is my first time reading Samantha Eaton and what a pleasant experience of unearthly folklore it is. It’s a literal page turner that borders on obsession to find the truth and a final revealment. Creepy, weird and bloody are all descriptive elements that prompts plenty of profound goosebump moments. Guaranteed to leave a trail of ice within the readers veins, this novel is one heck of a well written tale of terror.
Next time you experience a steady snowfall within the nearby woods, be sure to keep your head on swivel and know your surroundings. Something could be watching from the overgrowth awaiting its next victim. Grab your copy of The Insatiable Hunger Of Trees and hope it’s not you. “…the cold doesn’t go away…” A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
Grab your copy here…
A Five Star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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