It’s not often that your dream job falls into your lap but getting to be a fishing guide at Kingfisher Lodge is truly a dream. Jack will get to wake up every morning to do what he loves, fishing. But within the first few hours of his time in Kingfisher, he starts to notice that things aren’t adding up. Why is there a fence around the property with barbed wires pointed in rather than facing out to prevent people from getting in? His suspicions start to mount as more strange things keep happening. Jack now worries he may not able to last the summer at this job but also had a sneaking suspicion that he may not leave alive at all.
The Guide is 257 pages long and took me three days to read.
I throughly enjoyed this book as someone who loves to fish. The detailed writing makes you feel as though you are standing beside Jack in the beautiful river while also quietly looking over your shoulder. I’m giving this a 4 out of 5!
Thank you, Knopf, for sending me this copy!
Here’s to the adventure of finding a novel novel!