The Diviners by Libba Bray
Ruta struggled to keep her breathing quiet when she wanted to scream with all her might. The stranger's footsteps drummed dully but evenly toward her, and she realized he no longer had his cane. His song echoed in the cellar. This time, he added words: "Naughty John, Naughty John, does his work with his apron on. Cuts your throat and takes your bones, sells 'em off for a coupla stones." - Page 69
This book can be very creepy as you can tell by the teaser I have used. It started off really slow and the only times it was interesting at the beginning was scene's like this one. Now that I am getting closer to the end there is a lot going on and now I hate putting it down.