It took me a long time to finish the book because of how boring it was.
Those interested in a less cerebral read will probably not finish this book, will probably write a bad review of it, and shouldn't purchase it at all.
It had good plot and character development, it just wasn't as fast-paced as I like.
Bedford, Maine, is a town with one industry: the paper mill. It’s been poisoning the water and air for generations, and workers have all sorts of physical complaints from breathing... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Terry Weyna
I personally didn't enjoy - pretty far fetched with lots of ghostsPublished 6 months ago by Peggy L. Collins
When I picked this book up, I picked it up at the recommendation of a fellow writer friend. This book did not disappoint me, possibly because I went in with my eyes wide open as... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Anathema Device
This atmospheric and chilling horror novel features first-rate characterization and the development of a real sense of place. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jonathan Stover
I liked Susan and Liz, and that's pretty much where my like for this novel ends. I could really see how their lives were shaped by the people and environment they are in. Read morePublished 17 months ago by DAE
Sarah Langan definitely has a way with words. Her descriptions and prose are beautiful and because it is beautiful, even the terrible things in this book are disturbingly... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Laura
Very good read for her first. I'm sure we can expect many more in the future. Can't really criticize it being her first.Published 19 months ago by Shane Dugas
I recommend this book to fans of Stephen King and/or Peter Straub, who have read all of those authors' books and want something a lot like them. Read morePublished 22 months ago by GuideDragon