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Sydney L. Brauer
5.0 out of 5 starsConspiracy of Horror
Reviewed in the United States on October 5, 2016
I read the first in this series, Children to the Slaughter, and had to get the rest right away! This is one the best I've gotten. The horror story in this small town has historical and modern aspects. The characters are well fleshed out, like able and interesting. Carter returns to Millington after years of psychological scrutiny determined to find his sister, who was taken in front of him. What he confronts is a conspiracy of horror. Great read!
5.0 out of 5 starsOMG this is just GREAT finished second book bought the third have to keep ...
Reviewed in the United States on April 11, 2018
OMG this is just GREAT finished second book bought the third have to keep on going. I have read many books but I tell you this has to be the best,just when you think there is no where else to go BOOM there you go!
Not too much from Scarestreet Novels to dislike! All the authors are a bit different in style, but all immensely talented at storytelling the creepy! Nasser ranks high on my scale!Can't wait to read Copper's Keeper!
After the fast paced, twisted darkness of book 1, I was unsure what direction this book would take. Picking up 6 months after book 1, it details how the council are coping with decisions made at the end of the last book. At times, the story seems fairly slow and, to a certain extent repeats events from book 1 that don't necessarily need going over. On the flip side of this, things also explode - literally, when a reporter arrives and stirs up the local community after unearthing some surprising facts. There are some nice scenes of tension and macabre moments when the lights go out in different locations and the pungent smell wafts through to the detriment of those around. This sequel is also a good way of examining the question, do 2 wrongs make a right, as things ultimately go from bad to worse in fine form. Looking forward to the final installment.