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Raven's Reviews: Home Is Where The Bodies Are by Jeneva Rose

Updated: 2 days ago

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️🌟 5 Stars

Home Is Where The Bodies Are is an unputdownable, emotionally raw, & ultimately riveting tale. Jeneva Rose is an absolute master of storytelling.


The plot centers around three siblings drawn back to their childhood abode to address their mother’s estate, only to uncover a potential link between their father’s mysterious vanishing seven years ago and a series of disappearances in the vicinity, hinted at by a chilling home movie from the '90s.


From the very first chapter, the story tugs at the heartstrings, creating an immediate emotional connection with the vividly portrayed characters. Each chapter’s end leaves you eagerly anticipating the next revelation, as you become deeply entwined with the small-town setting, intricate family ties, the unfolding enigma, and the undercurrents of romance.


Devouring this book in a single session, I was compelled by the need to see the story’s resolution, enchanted by the elegant prose. This initial encounter with the author’s work has left me eager to explore all her writings, confident that the titles alone will be a promise of quality.


Triggers: cancer, drug rehabilitation, lies, teen disappearance, sibling rivalry, a smutty scene, and, of course, murder.

I received this book as an Advanced Reader Copy. However, I loved it so much that I purchased the Barnes & Noble Signed Exclusive Edition.

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