Harrow Lake by Kat Ellis


The daughter of a horror film director is not afraid of anything–until she gets to Harrow Lake.

Things I know about Harrow Lake:
1.It’s where my father shot his most disturbing slasher film.
2.There’s something not right about this town.

Lola Nox is the daughter of a celebrated horror filmmaker–she thinks nothing can scare her.

But when her father is brutally attacked in their New York apartment, she’s quickly packed off to live with a grandmother she’s never met in Harrow Lake, the eerie town where her father’s most iconic horror movie was shot. The locals are weirdly obsessed with the film that put their town on the map–and there are strange disappearances, which the police seem determined to explain away.

And there’s someone–or some thing–stalking her every move.

The more Lola discovers about the town, the more terrifying it becomes. Because Lola’s got secrets of her own. And if she can’t find a way out of Harrow Lake, they might just be the death of her.

My Review:

Welcome to Harrow Lake, Where the best horror movie was ever made.

Lola is the daughter of a famous filmmaker. Her father kept her from the spotlight for years. When he is attack, Lola gets whisk away to her mother’s hometown. Soon she starts to get a feeling something haunting going on. While digging around into her mom’s life, she starts to uncover some shocking secrets. What really happen at Harrow Lake?

Harrow Lake was such a creepy book. The whole storyline is all horror so get ready to be scared. I found this old arc laying around with my tons of unread reads. This was another quick read. I love the setting deals with horror movies. Also another awesome cover, that fits the book prefect. I did like Lola in the book. She hardly don’t have many friends and kept isolated thanks to her father. At Harrow Lake she learns to make friends and to discover her mother’s life.

Ready to get your scare on at Harrow Lake.

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