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The fourth in the Cluster of Echoes series and you get to learn more of the Cluster here. Some nice Easter eggs dropped in also from the previous entries in the series. You are the protagonist who goes to a Spa retreat to try to find your missing Sister and bring her home. Has she disappeared? Has she joined a cult? Only by snooping around will you be able to determine what has happened to her if anything and uncover the truth of what is going on in the German Spa centre. The rules have changed slightly from the previous entries in so far as Code words and a score are now required but still no dice which is perfect for these types of books. The writing style is compelling and keeps you wanting more and more and the revelations that you encounter will keep you on your toes throughout. Not as eerie possibly as previous entries (more of a thriller than a horror) but a great addition nonetheless. This is the last of the series at this point but hopefully there will be many more to come and not too long away. Highly recommended.
I’m a big fan of Victoria Hancox (VH’s) work. She’s one of the best gamebook authors currently working . I love the way she’s able to wring horror out of mundane locations - in this case a wellness spar (although to me, the thought is maybe horrific enough)
VH is great at building the tension and the terror , in a complex yet intriguing and “enjoyable”experience. The hardback book is worth the extra money . The internal art is lovely (in an unlovely sort of way ) . It’s great the way VH is linking her books - somehow - and I’m sure there’s going to be a bigger picture reveal soon.
A very imaginative, unnerving gamebook. It’s got a good range of puzzles - but by heck , you need to keep notes . LOTS of notes. The devil is in the detail
A brilliant book, with a good level of challenge . Highly recommended More please VH