Sanctum is a fine sequel to Asylum. Not amazing. Not terrible. Like Asylum, Sanctum is a very quick read; like Asylum, Sanctum has many holes. But, if you read it quickly enough, you almost don't notice the holes and you almost don't mind the lack.
So, what's it about: Dan continues to have weird nightmares and day-mares relating back to the history of Brookline and its warden. His contact with Jordan and Abby has started to fade, and Dan is eager to resolve the issues he's having with both his friendships and his obsession with Brookline. The three decide to return to New Hampshire College, pretending to be prospies, interested in actually going to college there.
So that's weird. Like, return to the place where you almost died? Sure, yeah, believable. And since it's not, the whole premise is weak. BUT, as I say, it's a quick read. We *quickly* run through all kinds of creepy experiences, hallucinations, and dreams. We meet a handful of new, suspicious characters. We are introduced to a whole new society of people. And although it's all rather surface, it's enjoyable to read. I read it in just a few hours, and I will definitely pick up the next one (yep, there's a next one).
I enjoy these. They're not amazing, but they're enjoyable quick reads.
Recommended to someone looking for a creepy escape on a dreary day...
THREE of five stars