- File Size: 4962 KB
- Print Length: 292 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: October 4, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01M170NWN
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #942,246 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Diary of the Damned: Sequel to THE HAUNTING SEASON Kindle Edition
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I wasn't quite sure what to expect from Diary of the Damned. I mean, I knew it would be scary. That was a given. It is, after all, a sequel to one of the scariest books I've read in a while. (FYI- I like reading an occasional horror story, but it is most definitely NOT my go-to genre. In other words, I'm a wimp.) What I should have expected, but still took me totally off guard, was the emotion. There are parts of this book that broke my heart for both Evy and Allison. This book made me forget how much I really disliked Allison through much of The Haunting Season. (Again, you really have to read that book first to really get it. - Trust me.)
There were characters in this book that I wanted to hug and comfort, but there were just as many that I wanted to scream at in defense of the characters that I wanted to hug. Yeah, did I mention that there were emotions? Lots and lots of emotions. There were some crazy teenage bullies, but honestly, I wasn't much more impressed with the adults that should have been there for these kids. As usual, the author slipped in some important life lessons within the scary pages. On a side note, there were a lot of characters in The Haunting Season that the author could have chosen to tell their story. Allison wasn't the main character, but she was an integral one. Her story was important and I'm really glad that readers were treated to not only her diary but introducing them to someone who really cared about her.
In a nutshell, pick up The Haunting Season if you haven't. If you have, Diary of the Damned should be next on your reading list. It's not quite as scary as The Haunting Season, but I still only read it during the day.
While I highly recommend both books, it is not necessary to have read one before reading the other really, they can both work as stand alone novels but are slightly better as a set.
I do hope one day, Ms. Muto might go back to Jess and the others so we might find out what happened with Riley,
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