A macabre poem scrawled in blood. A girl with a secret. And a ruthless killer who’ll stop at nothing to find her.
"Thrilling, emotional, and depraved, with twists and turns you don't see coming." ~Kristen Mae, bestselling author of Red Water
"Fearless, smart writing and a plot that will stick with you." ~Beth Teliho, award-winning author of Order of Seven
STARVATION TAKES MANY FORMS
Ash Park, a run-down suburb of Detroit, might not be the most idyllic place to live, but for Hannah Montgomery, it’s safe. At least, it feels that way until a serial killer starts dicing up women from the shelter where she volunteers.
Hannah manages to convince herself the killings have nothing to do with her brutal past—but then her boyfriend is murdered in the same ruthless manner as the others. And the police think she may have had something to do with it.
The cops are right about one thing: Hannah is responsible. Because she knows who the killer is. Now she must face the fact that she brought a monster with her to Ash Park—and his appetite for blood is insatiable.
Everyone's hungry for something.
Some are more famished than others.
Dark, gritty, and raw, Famished is an emotional roller coaster and an electrifying debut from bestselling author Meghan O’Flynn. If you like Chelsea Cain, James Patterson, or Caroline Kepnes, you’ll LOVE Famished, the first book in the Ash Park series.
I read the whole book. It is not my cup of tea. Well written but way too twisted and gorie. Will not read any more of this Arthur.
Top Thriller Series
I was hooked on this series immediately within just a few chapters of book one. I’ve read all 10 now and Meghan kept the thrills and twists coming throughout. I would stay up late with each book, unable to put it down. I was so invested in the characters and the author really keeps you on the edge of your seat. Each time I finished a book, I would constantly check on the release date for the next installment! One of my favorite series.
Did not appeal to me
This book was too gory for me. I also thought it got confusing towards the end. I wouldn’t recommend it.