(I received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.)
Corbin was given a small box and she never expected to gain strange occurrences along with it. Corbin is now not only hearing a voice that calls himself Six but she’s seeing things that aren’t real and doing things she doesn’t remember. Worried that her next stop will be the mental hospital, she tries so hard to ignore it all but with Six so intent on proving his existence, will she ever be able to let go?
I loved how this book had a sort of Pandora’s Box kind of vibe. It’s what really drew me into the story because I was curious as to what might be in the box and why there’s a sudden voice and sudden illusions taking part in her everyday life. It really had its creepy and eerie moments that make you question what is and what isn’t real. There were even times where even I wondered if it was all in her mind or if these hallucinations were actually happening. I can really feel how confused she was because we’re able to see all of these things from her point of view and we have no idea if anyone else sees or hears it. I enjoyed how Nikki Rae made it so that we only know what the character knows and I’m looking forward to reading her next book to see what’s really going on and what the origin is behind the box and the mysterious Six. I'm even kind of scared to know what kind of trouble Corbin might have gotten herself into.
I gave this book a rating of 4 out of 5!