The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay

Eric, Andrew, and their young daughter, Wen, are enjoying a peaceful getaway in a New Hampshire cabin when the world begins to end. Or so they are told. Four strangers show up in coordinating outfits and with terrifying homemade weapons claiming that one member of their family must be a willing sacrifice to halt the apocalypse in its tracks. The four insist that they will not harm or injure anyone, yet Eric and Andrew find themselves bound to chairs, hurt, and terrified. Although these people initially come across as wack jobs, their prophecies start coming to fruition. Or perhaps it just seems like they do. The hostages are left to desperately plot an escape while dealing with a psychotic cult, yet they also find their minds wandering to the possibility that these strangers are actually telling the truth. Continue reading “The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay”

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