My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This book was awesome. I listened to the audio-book version, partly because I wanted to read this book sooner than I knew I had time for, and partly because Laurel Schroeder did the narrating. I’m glad I did, because the book was highly entertaining for me. The imagery was awesome. The story was awesome. The depth was awesome. And I found myself genuinely creeped out by what was going on in the story, probably a good half-dozen times, at least. When a story can freak you out and keep you on the edge of your seat, you know it’s good. It had me hooked, and creeped out, right from the beginning
I love the relationship between Alice and the super-hot, super smart, super-bad-ass, Isaac Moreau. They have undeniable chemistry that I felt came across really well, even despite her wanting and trying to be indifferent with him.
I’m curious and really want to find out about the ghost who lives in Nate’s closet that has haunted the men in his family for generations. I have the feeling we haven’t seen the last of Nate.
I thought the Good Doctor, connected with Isaac in a way I won’t spoil, was a really creative character, and I love how the author wrote him in and how he and Isaac are connected. I also thought Alice’s camera, Trapper, was creative, and the level of details given about the camera intrigued me… I still want to know what the different settings on the camera mean. Did I miss that? Will the camera make a reappearance in the next book?
As you can see, the authors did an excellent job of making me
want need to read the next book in this series. I’ll be picking that up this weekend, for sure.