Review: In Wilderness by Diane Thomas

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In WildernessIn Wilderness
Diane Thomas
Random House AUS
2015, 320p
Copy courtesy of the publisher via NetGalley

Katherine has lost almost everything. Her unborn child. Her husband. Her career. She’s been diagnosed with a terminal illness, told that she has no long left to live. Her body can no longer process food and absorb nutrients and so her organs are slowly shutting down. She has a few months left, maybe more if she’s lucky.

She seeks refuge and peace for the end of her life in a cabin in the wilderness that’s a 2 mile hike from the road. She takes only the bare essentials, leaving behind everything else from her life. The cabin is basic and surrounded by forest but Katherine still can’t shake the feeling that she’s being watched or, as she sleeps at night, that something is just outside her cabin, its breathing matching hers.

Danny is a…

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Review: In Wilderness by Diane Thomas

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