This is probably one of the best ghost stories I have ever read (or started reading). It flows seamlessly and keeps you tied to the story throughout. Even when it jumps from interviews to reports and text messages to actual story, it does not become boring and you are never unsure of where it is taking you like some books that jumps around from character to character, or from present to past.
It keeps you intrigued. There are interesting characters and the author makes you want to get to know them. And I love how folklore is weaved into the story.
The authors pick of words make this already scary book even better.
I cannot wait to read the book to see if Becca is found by Sara and her friends.