Book Review: ‘The Drowned Woman’ by Jelena Dujak

A suspenseful and well-written story.

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Jelena Dujak The Drowned Woman‘The Drowned Woman’ is a suspenseful read that grows increasingly darker as the story progresses. The story, more macabre and dreadful than overtly horrific, is well crafted and builds slowly and steadily toward a climax that leaves the reader both glued to the page and holding their breath. Dujak’s writing is rich and quite sensory, so that the reader is drawn into the story and fully immersed in the events as they develop.

This is a short book, easily read in about an hour, which is a form that I think really suits horror as a genre. That also makes the book an ideal read for busy readers who have to fit their books in around the demands of life.  Acorn Award II Silver

This chilling book has been awarded a Silver Acorn.

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