Review For Christine Gabriel’s Crimson Forest

Being An Only Elgon

The small town of Buffalo, Wisconsin, population 970-something, is noteworthy for one thing, its Crimson Forest. A major attraction to hunters during the season, legend has it that mysterious creatures prowl the forest looking for unsuspecting victims, are supported by random disappearances in the past.

Seventeen-year-old Angelina and her mother own and operate a popular bed and breakfast. When she was twelve years old her father disappeared in the forest leaving her mother and she alone. Five years later, during the fall after her graduation when many of her friends from her graduating class have gone off to college, Angelina remains at home helping her mother prepare for the onslaught of hunters in anticipation of the season.

All Angelina has ever wanted was to be normal but like the forest, she has secrets. It’s just that she hasn’t yet realized what they are. But her life is about to change…

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