First off, some information from Goodreads website on the book. Scroll down for my thoughts. Beware: my review may contain spoilers.
It is March 1928. The Great War has been over for ten years, but Freddie still hasn’t recovered from the loss of his brother. Even now, on holiday in south-west France, he cannot escape his grief. When his car crashes, Freddie stumbles down the hills to a village nearby. There he meets Marie, a beautiful young woman, who is also mourning a lost generation. Her story of the fate of her family moves him deeply. But it will also lead him to the caves above the village – and to the heart of a shocking secret.
A very nice short novel (at around 100 pages) easy to read when you can catch a spare moment. I enjoyed the book, a simple ghost story, a bit predictable. Freddie the main character has a car accident while on route to visit his friends and then the rest of the story is all in his imagination (except the reader doesn´t know that yet).
i enjoy it, it filled an hour of my time, even though I am not a fan of ghost stories. Ask yourself if you have a bit of time (an hour ish) enjoy ghost stories beofre reading this though.