Stacey and her fiancé Liam have just moved into a low end flat in the city. From the beginning, Stacey has feelings of dread and that something isn't quite right with their new flat. As the story progresses, her fears are confirmed as creepy things seem to happen in there and she finds out more of the flat's history.
This proved to be an interesting, creepy read. Kane set it up so a lot of the book is up to the reader to interpret. She did well with the creepy factor, ramping it up as the story goes on. Like another reviewer stated, I'm glad I wasn't home alone when I read this. And lastly, Kane did a wonderful job with her description of things, allowing the reader to easily envision the scene.