The Apartment by K.L. Slater started off exciting with the introduction of the main character, Freya, and her encounter with Dr. Marsden in the coffee shop. As I was reading, I knew something sinister was occurring and wanted to shout, “Don’t do it!” I felt I was in for a wild ride. The storyline progressed at a slow burn but did keep my interest, and I wanted to learn more about what was happening and why. However, the ending felt rushed and forced and a bit unbelievable.
I wasn’t a huge fan of many characters, but I did like Freya’s young daughter, Skye, and Freya’s friends. I don’t want to give anything away about the story and mystery, but I was pleasantly surprised with who was responsible for the strange things occurring with Freya and what was happening at Adder House.
Overall, it was a good story, and the writing was solid. I only wish the ending was a little different.
I would give this book 4 stars out of 5.
Until next time, happy reading, and have a wonderful day.