Book Review: Road of Bones

Author: Christopher Golden

Published: 2022

Rating: 4/5

Frozen, barren, and littered with the bones of those who built it. The Kolyma Highway is one of the harshest environments on earth, stretching an expanse of Siberia that few choose to occupy. It is a place where being outside for longer than a few minutes can cause frostbite or death. It’s the last place on earth you would want to visit if it wasn’t absolutely necessary.

Unless your name is Felix “Teig” Teigland. A down-on-his-luck documentary and reality television filmmaker, Teig gets it in his head that the Kolyma Highway, better known as the Road of Bones, is the perfect place to film Hollywood’s next big rating’s hit. Accompanying him on his journey is Prentiss, his friend, sometimes business partner, and current creditor. 

Teig and Prentiss knew their destination would be inhospitable and potentially life-threatening due to the climate. But, after rescuing a stranded motorist and pulling into one of the few sparsely populated towns, they encounter a threat nothing could have prepared them for.

What follows is a pulse-pounding race to survive that keeps the reader on-the-edge of their seat as the party runs from a supernatural threat they don’t fully understand. Christopher Golden’s Road of Bones is a riveting, unrelenting read you won’t want to miss. 

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