This book is my second by Ms. Due and I enjoyed this one so much more.
The imagery, character development and plot progression of the book are all so masterfully written, It's a great read - page turner from beginning to end.
I think that Ms. Due is a very versatile writer and she seems to be able to pull off different styles of writing very effectively.
Very good but haunting story about a man, Hilton James who has experienced a near death drowning as a child; he is saved by his Grandmother who perishes. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Geminigirl
I am not really into ghost stories so take that into consideration when reading my review. The writing was good but I just couldn't get into the story or any of the characters. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Carla J. Patterson
I haven't read this book yet. But I am a fan of Tananarive Due. The book arrived on time and in perfect condition. I recommend this book because I've enjoyed other books by her.Published 9 months ago by Deanna
I could not put it down. Her other books did not disappoint either. One of my new found favorite authors.Published 11 months ago by Rochelle
I could not put it down. T Due weaves a tale that captivates and has an ominous tone scratching its way to the surface. Read morePublished 12 months ago by P. Mills
We've now sliding down the downslope of this year's women of genre fiction reading challenge. No, no! I don't mean that I'll be giving The Between a bad review. Far from it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by M. Fenn
What the hell??!!!? I have read a lot of Due's books, but this by far is the least fulfilling. What the hell happened??Published 17 months ago by Zerda Palmer
This is a must read. Tanarive Due is one of the best writers in a long time. Read this book twice.Published 21 months ago by Sherry Taylor