I loved the way she wrote about her father/daughter relationship with Sammy. The love and respect they have towards each other is amazing.
She had no emotion in her voice throughout the story and she seemed to stumble on her words.
Even though Sammy did a lot of horrible things, I still felt sympathy for him. I know that seems strange but maybe it's because the story is obviously bias. If there was a story from a victim's family perspective, I probably would hate him.
Do I feel like I wasted a credit? No. The majority of the book is about Sammy. He is a very interesting person to read about, only I wish Karen would have shared more of her own personal experiences. Whenever she did they came off as afterthoughts.
The middle of the book is almost a repeat of the first half, but the pace picks up towards the end.
I thought the idea of water horses was very interesting but the author doesn't explain any of the mythos behind the race or the horses.
The pace was slow and borderline boring. The narration though is very well done.
Puck (Kate) was more developed then Sean so I really didn't care for his POV until towards the end.
I loved the way the author describes things (i.e. the setting, people, & situations) it really put me in the world that she was trying to create.
Overall, I felt like I wasted a credit.
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