My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This is a story following Graham. We begin with the funeral of his father and then move on to the reading of the will where Graham is left a mirror. An item with a family tradition and a cryptic message from his father.
Graham is drawn to the mirror with it’s demand for him to remember something vital. It takes over his life in more ways than one, luring Graham to return to it again and again. It tests him and he wonders how his father coped if he too saw what Graham can see. It might send a few chills down your spine.
This was a surprisingly short book, but well written and intriguing.
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