Author: Alix E. Harrow
A new novel from New York Times Bestselling author Alix Harrow, Starling House is a contemporary Kentucky Gothic about a small town haunted by the history it can't quite seem to bury, and the canny, mean, clever young woman who finds herself drawn to the house that sits at the crossroads of it all.
No one in Eden remembers when Starling House was built. But everyone agrees that it's best to let the house—and its last lonely heir—go to rot.
Starling House is uncanny and ugly and fully of secrets, just like its heir. Opal knows better than to mess with haunted houses or brooding men, but it might be a chance to get her brother out of Eden.
It feels dangerously like something she's never had: a home.
But Opal isn't the only one interested in the house, or the horrors and wonders that lie beneath it. If Opal wants a home, she'll have to fight for it. She'll have to dig up her family's ugly history and let herself dream of a better future. She'll have to go down, down into Underland, and claw her way back to the light.
Also by Alix E. Harrow
Fractured Fables series
A Spindle Splintered
A Mirror Mended
The Ten Thousand Doors of January
The Once and Future Witches