Got through it finally
I felt like the story went no where I was always "wondering where's this going?"
More descriptive narration. When at the climax I still feel like he was reading the story as it was the beginning.
This is a after school special at best.
This was Shakespeare in 20 first English. Finally I get it! The story is as old as the 15 th century and it still applies today. The narrative at the end is worth listening to.
Because I had never read the story before but seen countless sleepy hollow versions I wasn't sure what to expect. Tom mason does an excellent narrative and my stomach was a flutter thinking of the headless horseman. I wish this was a longer book.
I got lost in this book but not for the voicing the story was good. But... With so many voices it was confusing to "play it out" in my head.
This was a good mystery with real character development. I found the author kept rehashing the same points over and over. What I liked about the book was its ability to rehash those same points with many different outcomes which kept the mystery going.
I liked this book. It usually isn't my " thing" but I found it Fascinating but predictable in the last three quarters of the book.
I found thirteen moons slow but interesting. If you like campfire stories you'll love this book
I like this book the reading was excellent and you get a real sense of who the characters really are. Joe accepts her fate while Clare rebels against it. Things don't always go the way of Clare no matter how hard she tries.
this book just didn't do anything for me. It just wasn't worth trying again. definitely going to put this on the book shelve and let it collect dust.
This was a refreshing book from the master of horror. I gave up reading his books 10 or so years ago. and i am delighted that i picked him up again. This reads more like a mystery than any horror I've read. Great job i believe i will keep with him.
sad that this series ended but delighted just the same. I do hope that their are spin offs
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