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A man reconnects with his sister and finds her trapped in her own house. An evil entity hiding under her bed won’t let her leave. And now he’s also trapped. It’s only a matter of time before they both meet a gristly end.
I was immediately sucked into this story. The characters caught my interest and for the most part I liked them. The suspense was nail biting as the scenarios got more and more precarious. What fell flat for me was the ending. It just didn’t work for me. It was a stretch for my imagination, but maybe it was just me wanting one thing and getting another.
Don’t let that deter you. You still get Blake’s quality writing and when Jordan ventures out to write on his own, I’ll be waiting.
Generally speaking, the writing quality was solid with decent character development. As a reader, I could empathize and feel emotionally connected to the primary protagonists. The story line moved along quickly, which I enjoy, and I soon found myself hours into the session and half way through the book. It was a short while later, at the 3/4 pole, that this novel careened off the road and over the cliff.
Without providing any true spoilers, the ending is incongruous and very disappointing. It's as if the authors suddenly decided to shift away from the original "emotionally-scarred siblings struggle to vanquish demons under the bed and from their pasts" plot to a misguided foray into the metaphysical. The ending was so bad that I found myself wishing that Amazon offered a one-click return button.
Thus far, my experience with Crouch novels is mixed - favorable in terms of Abandon and disastrous in the case of Eerie. We'll leave the final determination to an eventual tiebreaker - a third, as of yet to be determined, Crouch novel that will be picked up only after the stench of the Eerie ending has had time to dissipate.