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The swapping of tenses is annoying, initially and continually throughout the book. There’s no real character development so it’s difficult to know who is actually who….? It would be a one star or no star but to be fair the ending (unlike many books) is clever and interesting. Wouldn’t recommend at all. Would suggest author gets characters fleshed out and tenses sorted. The idea ‘vicar involved in crime situation’ is interesting. But honestly not enough to invest in this book/series. Approach with care.
I was really hoping for the spooky mystery this was advertised as. Instead each page felt like ad placement (Diet Coke, WhatsApp, McDonalds, Dominos, Safari, Insta, etc) and eye-rolling 00s hipster references (Nightmare Before Christmas, The Killers, Donnie Darko, My Chemical Romance, Etc) and “woke” generalizations between an extra-judgemental vicar mother who seems to want to be a teenager from the 00s and her teenage daughter written like the stereotype of teen in current times of 2020.
Except none of these characteristics play any part in the overall story. They just make for flakey main characters.
It’s so pieced together haphazardly and the mystery is contrived and such a disappointment. Too many characters not fleshed out at all, along with too many mysteries but no actual build up to any of them.
Honestly, this felt like a D list, D rated, teen horror movie plot.
Not in this book . Not since the reign of Henry V111 has it been such a precarious living . Flo seemed to be the only sane character amongst the motley crew depicted in this God forsaken , dire narrative .
Lazy characterisation and a failure to follow through and resolve plot points are the major issues here. Oh, and the final big twist was something you could see coming a mile off. It’s a shame. The author has done better in the past. Let’s hope the next book is an improvement.
I'm obviously in the minority but I just couldn't get into this. I loved the authors previous books but felt this was full of cliches and stereotypes. As other reviewer's have said, a little restraint and subtlety would have made the plot less incredulous.
This was nowhere near as good a book as The Chalk Man. Don’t want to give the plot away, but just too many bad happenings in such a small village. Disappointing, as you need some credibility in a story.