Not quite as good as the first two.
This one fell flat.
I've been reading this for awhile now and really thought this was going to be a good one, but I agree with a lot of others that said this could've been better written. The author doesn't seem to be a very reliable source.
Mommy Kitty insists I give up on this. I was really excited to read this and it just turned into a disappointment. Although some of Tara's stories were gut-wrenching and interesting, at times it almost seemed repetitive and far fetched.
This took forever to get through, I know I say these for most novels over three hundred pages, but this definitely could've been shorter. I don't recall having to struggle through the first three as much as with this installment. Something about Jo has changed and it's starting to show in her work. Scratch that, we all know what's changed, she's starting to lose her edge.
You know, I read about four chapters of this, and I was thinking there was something wrong with me because I didn't like the author and the way she was speaking to me, so I stopped reading and took a look at Goodreads. I read so many of the negative reviews and knew that was the end for me. Thank goodness I bought this at a thrift store for four bucks or I'd really be disappointed. Not sure whether I should pass it on to my friend.
This just felt like a big ole mess.
"It is the unknown we fear when we look upon death and darkness, nothing more." - Albus Dumbledore Chillingly terrifying. I gave this one four stars simply because we never found out what was causing all this to happen. It was the unknown that kept me looking over my shoulder when reading this at night. I hope the Netflix series is just as good. This has been on my to-read list for years, I wish I hadn't put it off for so long.
So I've been failing dismally at my past challenges, I've been stuck in a reading rut for awhile. This year I'm doing surprisingly well. I think I could up this yea's goal. What say you? 🤔