The Lonely -a book outside the conven

In ‘The Lonely’ an annual Easter pilgrimage is undertaken by a group of devout Catholics to a shrine in a desolate, seemingly God-forsaken ‘nowhere place’. The pilgrims take lodgings in a decrepit old house that used to be a sanatorium for terminally ill children. Both the house and the area hide unspeakable secrets. So do […]

via Review: The Lonely by Andrew M Hurley — Anna Legat Author

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