I am a action thriller kind of reader. This book was interesting and different with a dose if Science Fiction rolled into it.
14 is a book that starts off very strong but falls apart at the end. It has some strong points in character development and pacing, and the author paints an immersive picture of the building that is the basis of the story, however I found the final chapters were a leap too far from the rest of the book - the ending was too fantastical and outrageous for my liking. Some fans of Lovecraft might find it enjoyable, but I prefer my thrillers to be grounded a little more in reality. The narration was consistently good (with the exception of the voice that the narrator puts on for the ultimate final antagonists, which sounded more comical than scary, but that was also owing to the dialog itself).
I enjoyed the narration. The story was genre-hopping and variable, although I did enjoy Peter Clive's attention to detail. I liked the first half of the book more than the second.
Potentially. Its rare that I reread a book so there is a chance and that would only be because I haven't found other books quite like this one.
This book really was fantastic and can be best summed by saying this is Scooby Doo characters in an apartment complex that resembles the island in Lost, only this story has an actual ending that won't make you hate the story.
Veek. I totally want to date her.
Scooby Doo: Mystery at the Kavach Building
I have listened to other Peter Clines books and couldn't tell it was the same author. Can't say that I will listen to other books by Peter but
I am a salesperson on the road everyday, mother of 2 grown children. Happily married
What can I say. This book is different and very enjoyable. It's got mystery love and is very sci fi.
music nut, history buff
I won't ruin the story for you, but the author swerves away from a plausible beginning, into a giant mess, somewhere around two thirds through the book. A waste of time, and something I wish I hadn't bothered with.