"The triumph of Everington’s first novel is that, while hinting at lofty literary precedents, it cumulatively takes on an unsettling voice all of its own." The Guardian
Thursday, 24 May 2012
Big thanks to Kayleigh Murphey from the Hail Horrors, Hail website for this rather splendid review of The Shelter.
"...the book manages to balance that precarious line between real and supernatural horror. The story is, for the most part, grounded in the real, but there is that ever present "what if" that you simply can't ignore."