I was immediately drawn into Kulig's Skeleton Lake
from the start. Her descriptions are vivid, her narrative voice lilting. It's always exciting to come across a paranormal premise for a story I've not yet read, so the idea of skeletons had me from the start. And I have to admit, I'm drawn to this cover. The gothic feel of the tones, subject, and font are all very pleasing to the eye. I only wish this novel had been longer and drew out the relationship between Marlow and Conrad. She was immediately drawn to him in the beginning, and I could accept that with the excuse of the "half a soul" explanation. But her loss of interest felt just as abrupt as her initial attraction to him had been. I loved Marlow and Raiden's connection and the idea of being so connected with another soul. I can't wait to continue this series and see where it leads.