Forever? Forever.


The book, “The Inn Between” started out with a normal road trip. Quinn went with her best friend, Kara, and Kara’s family to California. They did this because Kara was moving and they had been best friends for a very long time and before Kara moved, the girls wanted to get in some quality time together. While driving through the desert, they come upon a Victorian Inn that housed unusual people. The hotel was called The Inn Between, meaning the inn on the border of two states, but that’s not all it means. The people that worked at the hotel always wore a creepy smile and all of the guests had an unusual, dark look in their eye. When the girls woke up on the first morning of being there, they found that Kara’s parents were missing and then, when they were looking around the hotel for them, Kara’s brother also went missing. Kara and Quinn have to go on a wild goose chase for their parents and brother only to find something else is going on.

This book made me feel like it almost betrayed me because the description didn’t tell me at all what the end was going to be about and, because of that, it surprised me very much. I would recommend this book to anyone that likes horror stories because the end of the book was a little bit terrifying to me. This book also made me sad because of the emotional connection that the author built up during the story. All throughout the book, the author left details unfinished making me want to keep reading to find out the rest of those details. Because of that, I finished this book in about three hours. Overall, the beginning of the book was great but then the end was not as good (to me), although the author still had great description throughout.