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Some sentences made no sense. I read 'A burst of hallow hair coursed around her as she entered.' a dozen times and still have no idea what it means.
There are also continuity errors galore:
1/ In the first 7 chapters, Parker mentions 4 times the story is set in September. Then in Chapter 8, he rewinds time to early summer, but has the Browns playing a game on Sunday. A few chapters later we’re back to fall.
2/ In one chapter, Stacy is led into a locker room then a few paragraphs later walks into the same locker room.
3/ People suddenly appear 3 pages into a scene and just as quickly disappear. Austin, Stacy’s partner, does this several times.
4/ Stacy is discharged from the hospital early in the morning but a page later she talks about the late-night sky and a paragraph after that about street lights going off as the morning brightens.
5/ So many more that listing them all would take 20 pages.
This book is loaded with production errors – wrong words and punctuation goofs – as well.
There are no excuses for this many easily avoided and corrected errors. Didn’t anybody proofread or copyedit this book? Having read what Mr. Parker does for a living (teaching writing and literature), these mistakes are even more outrageous.
This story had the potential to be really good with a topical crime and interesting characters. But the slovenly writing killed it.
And Amazon continues its astounding ability to tell me how many pages are in a Kindle book but can't number the same pages in the damn book!
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