Not one to be pinned down with one genre, she is quite simply amazing. I loved her debut, The Harrowing, which you can read a bit about here. And am waiting anxiously for her latest book, The Unseen, to hit shelves in May.
If you're looking for something to take your mind off of the current climate (literal and figurative) around you, you should definitely seek out one of Sokoloff's titles. Her second book, The Price, is a dark tale of desperation and faith that reaches into the darkest depths of the human heart.
Have I got your curiosity piqued? Then here is my review of The Price:
Horror fans were in for a treat with Sokoloff’s amazing and original debut, The Harrowing. Her second release is no less amazing.
How far would you go to save the life of a loved-one? To save yourself? This is the question that Sokoloff poses in The Price. Miracles happen all the time. Hospitals make a business out of them. Brilliant doctors make new discoveries in science everyday. People are cured, seemingly miraculously, and go on to live long and healthy lives. Something different is happening at Briarwood Medical Center, though. Within these hallowed halls someone waits. He listens, intent on hearing those four magic words, “I would do anything.” Will Sullivan is about to discover just how far one will go to experience the hope of a miracle. Extraordinarily creepy. Sokoloff infuses even the most innocent scenes with an undeniable sense of dread. You know something bad is coming but it still sneaks up and scares the pants off of you.
Readers looking for something new and original in the horror/thriller genres should be reading Alexandra Sokoloff. The mix of intense situations and suspense plus the supernatural element and creep factor make her books the ultimate in late night reading!