Cabin Eight (The Millersville Series Book 3) by Susan Specht Oram – Review by Beverly Finnie

Cabin Eight (The Millersville series)Cabin Eight by Susan Specht Oram
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the 3rd book I’ve read by this author, and it’s definitely the most bizarre. Cabin Eight is strangely satisfying. The author keeps you intrigued and wanting more. It feels like Alice in Wonderland meets Labyrinth with everything going on.
Miranda finds herself in a lot of unfortunate trouble. Needing a break from life her mom suggested she respond to a resort invite and to take a mini-vacation. Well that mini-vacation sends Miranda on an unwanted adventure that ends up turning into so much more. Lessons to be learned, fears to overcome, and acceptance of things one wants to forget. The resort facility is truly testing Miranda’s strengths and limits. Stating it’s an experiment. All Miranda wants is to get out of this place, get to her car, and leave.
Will she get out of the facility?
Will she complete the experiment?
This book makes you think. Tests one’s limits. While keeping it interesting all the same. No matter the book I will recommend this author. This book is no different but you might want to go into this with a clear and open mind.

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