Amity by Micol Ostow


I received an arc from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

My rating: 2 stars

“Here is a house of ruin and rage, of death and deliverance,
seated atop countless nameless unspoken souls.
Here is where I live, not living.
Here is always mine.”

Amity has a way of psyching out the people that live there based on the individual. The story is told from dual perspectives of the twins Gwen and Conner and spans the time frame of 10 years. There was a mild creep factor of blood flowing from faucets and ghosts with a gun shot wound to the head appearing in mirrors .
“She was a part of me, Amity. Growing, gaining power, every day. Amity wanted me.
And I welcomed her in.” Conner is drawn to the evilness of Amity and Gwen is scared and wondering whether she’s really crazy. I lost interest in parts but I was interested enough to keep reading and wanting to find out what was going to happen.


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