The book is a quick read and is broken into many chapters, which I personally like because I don’t always have time for a lengthy chapter. I would have to say that, all in all, it’s a great book from a budding new author, whose come a long way from the short story. I think you will enjoy it.
This review is from: Dead of July (Paperback)
The old adage never rang so true with this book! While the cover certainly leaves a little to be desired (no offense to the author), the story is quite fascinating. It starts out a little slow, but each chapter ends with a nugget of intrigue to keep you asking: “What’s next?” That is, until the latter part of the book, which becomes so captivating it’s nearly impossible to put down. The author does a great job of scene development and character collusion at this stage of the story, really giving you a chance to escape into the lead character’s horrifying and precarious world.
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