Maybe this little book can help me out of my slump 🙂
Sweet, short, interesting read. Small village, missing teen, every chapter a different persons narrative. Don't expect all to be answered at the end, you have to make that bit up yourself.
I haven‘t read Reservoir 13 and only realised this was a companion piece to that novel after I started reading it. Some reviews say it is better to have read the original novel first but I think it worked as a stand alone. It had me hooked from the start. Every chapter is from the perspective of a different character but they are all linked in some way, as they all live in the same small village. Will definitely be reading Reservoir 13.
This set of interviews/stories intersects with the events of the novel Reservoir 13. I enjoyed the various points of view and reading between the lines. It goes to show that while there may be one big story (a child's disappearance), everyone still has their own stories and secrets. Originally written and recorded for BBC Radio 4, which would have been cool!
This is an accompanying read to Reservoir 13 and is a collection of short stories from the viewpoint of various characters who appear in that book.
Like Reservoir 13 there is nothing specifically revealed instead each story adds snippets of information to what life in the village is like on a daily basis and some provide possible clues to what happened to Becky Shaw however these clues are often conflicting.