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But there's something wrong here, not only with the house but what his icky Grandfather calls '"a haunted house".
West loved all things horror so for him it sounds fantastic. Until the notes begin, noises that can't be identified, and a crying woman. He meets the girl of his dreams . Surely it can't be that bad.
The author did a wonderful job with his storyline and his characters were fantastic. I didn't put it together until the end. Let's just say he's not afraid to harm his characters.
This kept my attention throughout. I couldn't put it down! 😇
I loved everything about We Are Always Watching. The characters, the plot, the build up, the action, the finale. All engaging and fast paced and vivid. And this author knows how to end a book well. No disappointments!
Some authors just have a gift for making a book easy for the reader to sink into and be part of for a couple of hours. And we readers know there aren't many things better in this world than having a book you can do that with.
This is one of those books. Buy it. Snuggle up in your favorite reading spot. Get pulled into West's life for a while.
I think you'll be very glad you did. :)
If by chance you may think, as I did, that this is a ghost story, save your time and money.
While the premise was interesting, and the characters quite complex and and relatable (I particularly felt for the affective father) this book completely falls apart in the last act by devolving into tired horror tropes and no real sense of closure. The main antagonists (the guardians) of the novel serve what purpose? It's never explained, nor are we left with the sense of a deeper mystery to untangle.
Ultimately what little promise this book had fizzles spectacularly in the end, and I was felt like I read a cheap and trashy horror pulp novel that barely entertained me on the level that true pulp would have. I'll be passing on Hunter Shea from here on out.
WE ARE ALWAYS WATCHING (Sinister Grin Press) offers another solid glimpse into an author who is a master of creating characters that are just as fallible as you and I.
Grandpa Abraham is a great, cranky old man. The relationship he builds with his grandson, West, is wonderful to watch (or read) unfold. Their shared scenes throughout most of the book are the heart and soul of this one.
The story is about a family and their home being stalked from the shadows by a someone, or someones, referring to themselves The Guardians. Odd messages are left outside the house, but take a turn for the freakier when the messages appear INSIDE the home. Is it ghosts? Is it neighborhood kids? Is it someone closer than we think?
The ending is action-packed.
Fair warning: There were some slow chapters in here. The story dragged a bit in spots, but nothing that kept me from enjoying the overall story. After finishing the book, there were still "good guys" that I couldn't pull for, and "bad guys" that didn't get a fair shake. That could just be me, or maybe Shea wants us to question this, as well.
I think you'll have fun with this one.
I give WE ARE ALWAYS WATCHING 4 stars!
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