This was the first Bently Little book I read. It captured me where I couldn't put it down and created emotions I didn't even know I had. It's unbelievable how anyone could even write such horrific events.
Pretty intense making it a fast read. After reading it in one night, I immediately ordered The Midnight Tour which is a continuation. He has a way of writing that when thinking back to the book, it makes you wonder if you read it or watched it. You can vividly see all the details.
Three founders of the Monkeewrench are driving from Minneapolis to Green Bay. Their car breaks down deep in the northern woods, far from any civilization and walking to Four Corners, they find...absolutely nothing. There is no sign of life, but then witness a horrifying double murder. They run for their lives while the rest of the Monkeewrench crews and Minneapolis cops are on a blind search to find them.
As usual, she comes through with brilliant writing and plot. She never disappoints and it is truly a book to be savored. By far, Sarah Rayne is my favorite author and she doesn't disappoint with her latest book.
Once you got to the second half of the book, it picked up. I didn't care too much for the detail of the character's own life and I figured out the ending before I got 3/4's of the way through.(A bit predictable and redundant)
It was OK, but definately not a favorite.
I was pleasantly surprised. This book was suspenseful and you could feel what the characters are feeling. By looking at the cover, I thought it would be much like a "B" movie, but since I have enjoyed other books by her I gave this one a chance. I am glad I did.
This book actually comprised of 2 stories. The second called "Right to Life" was very gruesome and sick. I believe it was worse than "The Girl Next Door." He is truly a terrifying, sick, horror writer.
I am pleasantly surprised at reading my first book by Citrol. It will definately not be my last. His writing enraptures you into his book and was very difficult to put down. He keeps you in suspense and on the edge of your seat with vivid detail. I also enjoyed the way he incorporated local legends with accurate settings, except for Antrim, which is really in New Hampshire, not Vermont.I would recommend this book to all adults.
A thriller that goes through Iceland, Antarctica, Arizona, Solomon Island, Paris to Los Angeles. Opens the mind to several possibilities of what can happen in this world.
Once you get through the very beginning, it really snowballs and captures your interest.