Graveminder

Hello fellow readers! Hope you are all enjoying the rain and reading lots of books! Today’s chilling treat is Melissa Marr’s Graveminder. In Graveminder, we meet Rebekkah Barrow who left Claysville ten years ago and never thought of returning, until her grandmother dies. As a young child, Rebekkah observed her grandmother, Maylene, engaging in strange rituals with the dead. Maylene would take three sips from a silver flask and recite “Sleep well, and stay where I put you.” As Rebekkah, buries her grandmother, she instinctively does the same. While she inwardly battles on staying in Claysville, Rebekkah learns that her mother was murdered. Upon further investigation, Rebekkah discovers that there is more to Claysville that meets the eye. The veil between the living and the dead is very thin in Claysville and if the dead are not handled properly, bad things happen...

Graveminder has a definite chill factor that I loved. Melissa Marr did a great job describing the town and what happens to Rebekkah that really freaked me out. To be honest, Graveminder is another reason why I probably won't ever visit small towns. This is a great read for the rainy weather we've been having. Pick it up today and don't forget to add it to your summer reading log!