Jim Ody: Little Miss Evil

Today I’m sharing my next ShOctober review which is for Little Miss Evil. With apologies for the delay in posting my review, it’s written with thanks to Zoe O’Farrell and the team at Spellbound Books for inviting me on the tour and for my copy of the book.


There’s nowhere to run
But plenty of places to hide…

Tall Trees

An Idyllic Campsite, situated on a picturesque lake, and surrounded by woodland.

Three Groups Of Strangers:

All meet for the first time, each one of them with something to hide.

But someone knows all of their dark their secrets and now they want to play a game…



Little Miss Evil is written from the perspectives of several different characters. I found this interesting as it gave me insight into each person and their motives for attending the campsite. I wanted to find out more about each of their stories and their secrets and this kept me reading until the very end. 

I found Little Miss Evil to be a slow burner; however Ody builds up atmosphere well and I wondered what was around the corner. It’s very creepy and there is lots of tension. The setting is one that is familiar to many readers and this adds to the horror elements. 

I did not expect the ending but I felt very satisfied with it. It does burst into life towards the end and this makes for a nail-biting finish. 

Little Miss Evil is available from Amazon.

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