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One of PopSugar’s Most Chilling Horror Books of 2018.
One of Inquisitr’s Best Horror Books of 2018.
One of Ranker’s 2018’s Scariest Horror Books.
One of BoredPanda’s 7 Books That Scared Me Half to Death.
#1 Amazon Best-Seller in Ghosts, Gothic, U.S. Horror, & LGBT Horror.
“A spectacular read…absolutely gripping. I couldn’t force myself to put it down.” – The Horror Report.
“Takes [the] standard genre template & turns it upside-down…with a literary approach that combines modern & mid-twentieth century techniques.” – The Inquisitr.
“A haunting tale.” – PopSugar.
Welcome to Cabin Green, where the setting is familiar, but the story is completely unexpected. A terrifying slow-burn that combines the literary Gothic prose of Shirley Jackson, Ambrose Bierce, & Thomas Tryon with the “what’s really real?” aspects of The Shining. Cabin Green has also been compared to the devastation of Hereditary and the socially progressive, ambiguous approach of Paul Tremblay.
Going to Cabin Green alone after the death of his fiancée was Ben’s first mistake. His second mistake was tempting fate by saying, “There’s no such thing as an evil building.” Now he’s caught in a nightmare of his own making deep in the woods of Northern Michigan. Even worse, a family history of mental illness makes it impossible for him to know if the ghosts haunting the cabin are real or all in his head.
This modern Gothic horror story takes the reader directly into Ben’s hellish experience. Is he crazy? Is a ghost haunting him? The only way to find out is to make it to the end of this deep, dark thrill ride that’s filled with more twists than a roller coaster.
TOP VOTE GETTER: Best Horror/Suspense – The Kindle Book Review (TKBR) Reader’s Choice Awards 2018.
RUNNER-UP: Best Overall Book of 2018 – TKBR Reader’s Choice Awards
SEMIFINALIST TKBR’s 2018 Jury Award for Best Horror/Suspense
Content Warning: Contains gore, sex, profanity, & deeply disturbing psychological themes. This isn’t a fluffy horror story; it’s true, descriptive Gothic horror that’s emblematic of the destructive nature of grief & also contains societal/political/religious critiques. For mature readers only.
Inspired by a real-life, spooky green cabin in Northern Michigan that’s so well-hidden it can’t be found by GPS! This book also contains a disturbing section that was inspired by real-life events.
“A spectacular read…absolutely gripping. I couldn’t force myself to put it down. Taylor did an excellent and meticulous job creating this story, forming imagery…invoking real emotion on the part of the reader.” – The Horror Report
“A breath of fresh air…instilling such a deep, feral fear of the unknown that Shirley Jackson would be proud. Taylor doesn’t pull any punches, and she refuses to play it safe, something that the horror genre could use a lot more of.” – Mangled Matters
“Sucked me in from the first page… Taylor pulls the rug out from under her readers… a well-structured and integrated climax. I read this book in one sitting… fighting the urge to turn on all the lights.” – Connal Bain, Author of Blood Moon Fever
“Unique… the author depicts the grieving process amazingly well. The story is claustrophobic… and what an ending. All of the flashbacks and delusions suddenly make sense… [it’s a] sucker punch.” – HorrorTalk
“Takes [the] standard genre template & turns it upside-down..the crazy whirlwind that ensues is enough to make even the biggest horror fan a bit dizzy…with a literary approach that combines modern & mid-20th century techniques.” – Inquisitr
“Filled with so much grief and craziness that I might need therapy.” – BoredPanda
“A literary treat…it is written so intelligently that the very plot may leave some who are not well versed in abstract twist endings confused and wanting…very progressive. A modern horror classic.” – Amazon Reviewer