Not alot of books make you feel so empty in the end.,
This review is from: The Unblemished (Paperback)
I finished the book feeling empty, but in a good way!
The whole novel is a roller coaster ride and Williams paints a vivid mural of terror from it. The characters are realistic. It seems like all he could do was just run after them and hope to keep up quick enough to jot down their actions and thoughts. At the end, you feel as helpless and drained as the main character Bo - and I don't think I've ever closed a horror novel feeling so distraught for a character before.
Some of scenes are graphic. Really, really graphic. So I don't recommend it for the squeamish.
The novel had potential to be more, but what Williams gives you, I'm convinced, is much more than enough.