Editorial Review for Arkhangel: The House of the Seven Stars


Editorial Review for Arkhangel: The House of the Seven Stars

Arkhangel: The House of the Seven Stars is truly remarkable. Imagine Michael, Lily and their daughter Gabrielle as they step foot in Haven - an ominous town filled with mystery - to settle their late aunt's estate, only to encounter more trouble than anticipated!

Haven is one of those picturesque postcard towns in the middle of nowhere, but currently frozen in the dead of winter and it hides ancient secrets and an evil aura that doesn't go away. Michael starts seeing things that would give anyone chills: dark waters, shadowy figures under the ice... It's all there.

And Haven has its own history: an obscure cult that worshiped questionable deities, ancient ruins, and whispers from the past that don't seem to go away. As more members of this family explore Haven's past, the more they realize they're dealing with something much larger and sinister.

Arkhangel really puts family relationships to the test, forcing them to remain close as every shadow could hide something horrible. Arkhangel strikes that balance between chill-down-your-spine moments and deeper questions about family and loyalty that makes for a thrilling storyline.

Arkhangel: The House of the Seven Stars will satisfy your supernatural cravings while also appealing to your emotions, making for an engaging ride through a town that's both lovely and creepy, featuring a family trying to find their place. Once you step inside Haven with them, you won't want to leave until you've discovered each and every secret it holds!