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The Angel of Indian Lake

By Stephen Graham Jones
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A National Bestseller

The final installment in the most lauded trilogy in the history of horror novels picks up four years after Don’t Fear the Reaper as Jade returns to Proofrock, Idaho, to build a life after the years of sacrifice—only to find the Lake Witch is waiting for her in New York Times bestselling author Stephen Graham Jones’s finale.

It’s been four years in prison since Jade Daniels last saw her hometown of Proofrock, Idaho, the day she took the fall, protecting her friend Letha and her family from incrimination. Since then, her reputation, and the town, have changed dramatically. There’s a lot of unfinished business in Proofrock, from serial killer cultists to the rich trying to buy Western authenticity. But there’s one aspect of Proofrock no one wants to confront…until Jade comes back to town. The curse of the Lake Witch is waiting, and now is the time for the final stand.

New York Times bestselling author Stephen Graham Jones has crafted an epic horror trilogy of generational trauma from the Indigenous to the townies rooted in the mountains of Idaho. It is a story of the American west written in blood.

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66 Reviews

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“Even though the writing style still isn’t my jam, I had to know what was going to happen to Jade in the last installment. Like the previous books, there was times in the writing I got lost but I just kept going in hopes it would become more clear in the next few paragraphs. Since I really don’t watch slashers, I still felt overwhelmed with all the references. I really liked how the author wrapped the trilogy up plus I got a bit emotional throughout the book, and I think that’s the reason I’ll be leaving this at a 4 star read instead of 3.5 like the previous books. I also really enjoyed the investigation reports throughout the book that gave us a look into Jade from an outside perspective.”
Expressionless Face“I really do not like his writing style. This felt similar to the first book in the sense that it was a messy fever dream. Jade grew a lot in the second book and regressed significantly in this book. This was a stream of consciousness that was messy, uncoordinated, and difficult to follow. I like the acknowledgments that were sweet but I didn’t see any of the things he referenced lol. 😂 I’m so frustrated by this series because I wanted to love it but it’s an insult to horror, not a love letter. Once again, lots of horror references I loved at first then slowly got annoyed because it was a way to brag about horror knowledge in a bad “quantity over quality” demonstration. I’m mad I wasted my time reading this series and even more mad it’s so highly praised as a love letter to horror. It’s not.”
AbuseSexual assaultViolenceBad writingUnengaging charactersUnsatisfying plot
Surprised Face with Open Mouth
Characters change and growDiverse charactersSuspensefulTwistyUnpredictableDark settingDarkHeartbreaking
Loudly Crying Face“We get Jade back! I loved that we get more supernatural horror elements in this finale. I think it was great wrap up to the trilogy and that we get Jade's perspective for the entire novel. I was heartbroken but hopeful by the end.”
Characters change and growDiverse charactersLikable charactersEasy to readFast-pacedSuspensefulDarkSexual assaultViolence

About Stephen Graham Jones

Stephen Graham Jones is the New York Times bestselling author of The Only Good Indians. He has been an NEA fellowship recipient and a recipient of several awards including the Ray Bradbury Award from the Los Angeles Times, the Bram Stoker Award, the Shirley Jackson Award, the Jesse Jones Award for Best Work of Fiction from the Texas Institute of Letters, the Independent Publishers Award for Multicultural Fiction, and the Alex Award from American Library Association. He is the Ivena Baldwin Professor of English at the University of Colorado Boulder.

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