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this one has teeth. it's creepy and at times disturbing. i hope audible snatches up additional Adam Nevill titles as soon as possible. It's hard to find good and spooky horror fiction. i'm glad i now have another author to keep tabs on.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
I loved this book. It was very unique. The story was weird and creepy, and like nothing I've ever read before. The narrator was excellent. She added to creep factor of this book. Her voice changes were not forced. They seemed natural, and made the other characters (other than the main character) come to life. I will listen to other books she narrates, and other books by this author.
9 of 10 people found this review helpful
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left me with a long lasting uneasy feeling. Made my top five. Adam Nevill delivers something rare, scary horror.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
I saw a few reviews praising this novel and a few complaining of its length. I'm afraid I'm in the complainers' camp on this one. I found this book several hours too long.
A book of two halves. The first half felt a little muddled and often rather repetitive. The second half felt like an hour would have more than covered the story. All in all, it felt to me like the story could be told in half the length without losing anything. The main character seemed to repeat herself over and over and narrative was almost constantly, and unnecessarily reminding the reader of previous events. When I still had four hours to go I sped up the playback, just to be done with it and it ended as I had predicted hours before.
Sadly, I never felt afraid or nervous and lost the will to care about the main character.
However, the narration was excellent and brought as much life as was possible into the story.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful
I really enjoyed Adam's book, The Ritual and thought I would give this one a try.
What I thought was going to be just a creepy ghost story turned into one of the most edge of the seat exciting crime/Aldrich horror stories I've experienced in years.
The two villains are so disgusting and evil, but they are so realistic and well written. I really got a kick out of hating them.
The first part of the book deals with poverty, prostitution, kidnap, murder. The second part took me by surprise at first and was a little jarring. However it was a nice way to wrap up the supernatural element that is the cause of all the horror. One of the best authors in horror. Can't wait to experience his other work.