Lost in the Garden

Lost in the Garden

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction
Paperback Published on: 16/05/2024
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Lost in the Garden
One for A24 fans
This was a strange little trip of a book. I saw another review that said if you love A24 films you'd probably like this and you know what, yes, exactly tha... READ MORE
Bluehairedbookseller
Lost in the Garden
Addictive and dreamy folk-horror, perfect for summer!
I’ve just finished reading Lost in the Garden by Adam S. Leslie and wow, what an incredible book. Within the first few chapters I became completely absorbe... READ MORE
Alice Howarth
Lost in the Garden
a surreal gem
Lost in the Garden is a surreal gem of a book. A folkhorror that quickly worms its way under your skin and unsettles you. It will keep you guessing and hoo... READ MORE
Jamie Lee at Trafford Centre
Lost in the Garden
Dreamy, dreadful, delightful
This is definitely one to re-read. Haunting and chilling and funny and peculiar and nostalgic and beautiful. Lost in the Garden is on par with Shirley Jack... READ MORE
Esmé Sawyer

Synopsis

'Like an old wives' tale, like a piece of wisdom passed down through generations which no one questioned or even thought about too hard. Like folklore. It was just something everyone knew, a rule to be followed. Don't go to Almanby.'

Heather, Rachel and Antonia are going to Almanby. Heather needs to find her boyfriend who, like so many, went and never came back. Rachel has a mysterious package to deliver, and her life depends on it. And Antonia - poor, lovestruck Antonia just wants the chance to spend the day with Heather.

So off they set through the idyllic yet perilous English countryside, in which nature thrives in abundance and summer lasts forever. And as they travel through ever-shifting geography and encounter strange voices in the fizz of shortwave radio, the harder it becomes to tell friend from foe.

Creepy, dreamlike, unsettling and unforgettable - you are about to join the privileged few who come to understand exactly why we don't go to Almanby.

  • Publisher: Cinder House
  • ISBN: 9781915368485
  • Number of pages: 464
  • Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm

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