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Waiting on Wednesday: The Apartment by S.L. Grey

 "Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that you are eagerly anticipating.

Today, I am waiting on:  
The Apartment by S.L. Grey

From Goodreads:
A high-concept psychological chiller about a troubled married couple on a house swap from hell. An Anchor Original.

Mark and Steph live an idyllic life with their young daughter in sunny Cape Town until one day when three men in masks violently break in. Traumatized but physically unharmed, Mark and Steph are unable to return to normal and are living in constant fear. When a friend suggests they take a restorative vacation abroad via a popular house-swapping website, it sounds like the perfect plan. They find a nice artistic couple with a charming apartment in Paris who would love to come to Cape Town. How could Mark and Steph resist the idyllic, light-strewn pictures, and the promise of a romantic getaway? But once they arrive in Paris, they quickly realize that nothing is as advertised. As their perfect holiday takes a deadly turn, the cracks in their relationship grow ever wider and dark secrets from Mark’s past begin to emerge.

Deftly alternating between two complex and compelling narrators, The Apartment is a terrifying tour de force of horror, of psychological thrills, and of chilling suspense. 
Bring on the horror; this one sounds terrifying! The Apartment is scheduled to be released on October 4, 2016, and I can't wait!

What books are you waiting on this Wednesday??


  1. You definitely piqued my curiosity, it sounds like a very interesting read . . . Will keep it in mind!

    Thanks for sharing, here's my WoW :)

  2. Oh this reminds me a bit of The Masked Truth by Kelly Armstrong. It sounds great so I'll have to check it out!

  3. OOoh that looks creepy! I like creepy!

    Here's my WoW

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

  4. Cape Town! I have family living there! It's such a beautiful place! But then Paris! Be still my heart, I adore that city -- though, yes, this is definitely a creepy story and I shouldn't be focusing on the cities too much ;) Here's mine:

  5. I love the sound of this one! It looks to be very high suspense, which I like.

  6. This one sounds like an adrenaline rush kinda read. Hope you like it.

  7. While this one might not be my cup of tea, it definitely sounds intriguing! I hope you'll enjoy it when you read it!

  8. Wow, just reading the synopsis makes me want to know WTF is going on. Nice pick!

    My WoW

  9. I just added this to my wishlist yesterday. Can't wait to see what it's all about. Great choice!

  10. This is new to me and it looks really good. Enjoy!

  11. I love the premises for this, great choice!

  12. This sounds good! I will have to buy it for my library's fiction collection. Good pick! Thanks for visiting my blog :)

  13. I've seen this one on Goodreads. It looks so good!! 😀😀

  14. I don't read that many thrillers, but I am definitely intrigued by this one!

  15. Interesting premise, hope you get a chance to read and enjoy soon.

  16. oh my has been so long since I have read a thriller story like this!!! Perfect for October right??!!


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