Dark Flowers

Caytlyn Brooke (Author)


Life at St. Agatha's School for Girls is anything but a fairytale. With ratty blankets and a torturous device called the box, it's not hard to understand Eliza's desperation to escape. When the timing is right, Eliza manages to run away with her best friend Millie, heading through the Louisiana swamps to the town on the other side. But the swamps may be even more dangerous than the orphanage.

Silver and black fairies invite the girls to experience a world where they can have it all, but Eliza doesn't trust the sparkling beauty. When Millie suddenly becomes violent and attacks another girl, Eliza knows something awful is about to happen. She will do anything to protect Millie but once Eliza remembers her own terrible secret, it is impossible to forget.

The fairies' songs call to Eliza and its getting harder and harder to pretend it's all in her head.

Product Details

BHC Press
Publish Date
October 07, 2017
5.51 X 0.56 X 8.5 inches | 0.88 pounds

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About the Author

Caytlyn lives in Elmira, NY with her husband Daniel, her two children, and her orange tabby cat, Ana who is only slightly overweight. She can quote any Disney movie and believes that everyone should wear polka dots.


Winner of the silver medal for best YA Horror in the 2017 Literary Classics Awards

Winner of the gold medal for best YA Horror in the 2017 Readers' Favorite International Book Awards

...a work of paranormal fiction so utterly haunting and undeniably eerie it's sure to tingle your spine. A well-written and skillfully layered plot with exquisite depth and dimension, this book will have readers on the edge of their seats as they encounter this deliciously dark fantasy novel.
Literary Classics

...a spine-chilling horror story where its twist-filled plot will ensure that fans of the genre find it very difficult to put the book down...a highly immersive read, offering readers a story that highlights the best combination of psychological, physical and sensory fear.
Readers' Favorite

...a haunting story that the reader will not soon forget. Vivid descriptions allow the reader to see the swamp in both of its incarnations--as everyone sees it, and the sparkling silver wonderland that is the domain of the fairies.
InD'Tale Magazine