The Cabin at the End of the World – Paul Tremblay review


Prolific horror author Paul Tremblay is back with a follow up to the stunning A Head Full of Ghosts with a much different story.

Whereas ‘Ghosts’ felt familiar, as it updated strands of The Exorcist to the modern day ‘Cabin’ thrives in its plot of isolation and much bigger themes.

Make no mistake about it, this is one bleak read but one which keeping you turning pages until its crushing finale.

I found this story similiar in ways to ‘Disappearance at Devil’s Rock’ where Tremblay gave us a dark tale, gave hope and took it away in the cruelest manner.

This is very much the stories gift as it gives us a small set of characters in a small setting and we dig under their skin to see what makes them who they are; or so we think. Tremblay enjoys toying with us and much like Stephen King lets you interpretate events how you choose to.

‘The Cabin at the End of the World’ deals with larger themes than his previous efforts but will leave you compelled to find out what Tremblay will tackle next.

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