Funny, lighthearted, cute
Any Hank book. Good continuity from one to the next.
He brings his characters to life. Otherwise the books are just... books. His audiobooks have soul.
It seemed supernatural at first (eyeroll) because I couldn't see how it could be otherwise. Some of the story had a taste of the supernatural but not enough to ruin it. And the perpetrator was very real and his/her story, though horrifying and sad, plausible.
I can't say much, cause I don't want to ruin the story, but the lengths that people will go to in the name of pride and love, is stunning and sickening; as bad as the events get in this work of fiction, reality is sometimes worse.
As a parent, I find parts of this story heart-wrenching and still think about this book regularly, as in "what if?". Most books I read or listen to are forgotten as soon as I finish them.
Any book would be improved by Richard Ferrone. But the book stands on its own.
There is a funny little subplot weaves its way thru an intense, gory story. Keeps things moving and lightens the mood.
Start here if you wish, but don't miss Sanford's previous Davenport books! Great plots, character development, etc every single time.
Great how it is.
This book shows how we can fight battles with with tangible tools and teaches how to use them. Willpower is only a nebulous theory that I can't quite get hold of. Now I know why.
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