Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt

Raise your hand if you forgot horror novels don’t necessarily have happy endings.

I don’t know why I just assumed it would? It didn’t.

Don’t get me wrong, I loved the storyline and the characters and how real everything felt. The version of Hex I read is an American translation and apparently the ending in the original Dutch was different (I have to know! But I can’t find anything!) so…maybe…not so awful?

I mean, it was great and horrific and chilling and again, the whole thing felt a little too realistic, but I thought maybe everything would be okay?

It wasn’t.

Favorite quote:

They looked like people who knew they had done something dreadful, something irreversible…and something they could easily live with. (page 254)

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