ARC AUDIO BOOK REVIEW: What Feasts at Night by T Kingfisher

Publication Date: February 13, 2024
Format: Audio
Genre:  Horror 
Narrator: Avi Roque

Publisher: Macmillan Audio
 5 Hours 2 minutes
Buy: Kindle | Audio


After their terrifying ordeal at the Usher manor, Alex Easton feels as if they just survived another war. All they crave is rest, routine, and sunshine, but instead, as a favor to Angus and Miss Potter, they find themself heading to their family hunting lodge, deep in the cold, damp forests of their home country, Gallacia.

In theory, one can find relaxation in even the coldest and dampest of Gallacian autumns, but when Easton arrives, they find the caretaker dead, the lodge in disarray, and the grounds troubled by a strange, uncanny silence. The villagers whisper that a breath-stealing monster from folklore has taken up residence in Easton’s home. Easton knows better than to put too much stock in local superstitions, but they can tell that something is not quite right in their home. . . or in their dreams.


I received a free copy of this book from Macmillan Audio through I am leaving this review voluntarily. 

Alex Easton returns in this follow up to What Moves the Dead, the retelling of the Fall of the House of Usher. Heading to his Hunting Lodge he encounters strange deaths and a rumor of demon that steals your breath while you sleep. His housekeeper fears her grandson is afflicted, and is planting talismans to ward off evil through the house, and Alex is having strange dreams himself. 

Entertaining and unique these short novella's are entertaining and creepy. I hope that Kingfisher continues to give us tales of Alex Easton. The narration by Avi Roque is excellent and captures the youth and naivety Alex has around certain things while also experiencing the weariness of a battle worn soldier. 

This book releases February 13, 2024

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