I love the premise for this book and I think it's definitely a strong debut from Kirstin Innes.
Ever since I read Running with Scissors, I've returned to Burroughs writing to enjoy his wacky mind, crazy upbringing and fresh perspectives.
When Rowan Caine takes a job nannying at an old, but modernly renovated home, she walks into it with her eyes wide open.
This book was good. Like cancel your Saturday night plans, pour a big glass of red wine and dig in type of good.
I would recommend this read to fans of John Saul (for me it was a bit reminiscent of Creature) or Karen Thompson Walker's The Dreamers: A Novel, which is also a gentle blend of science and fiction.