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- Print Length: 312 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1976904536
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- Publisher: Creativia; 2 edition (January 9, 2018)
- Publication Date: January 9, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B078X7YFWW
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Clare was very independent, having to bring her brother up, she learnt to stand on her own two feet. When she was becoming seriously ill, her stubborn nature came through as she searched for the answers. Whether she was tackling bureaucratic male chauvinist detectives or the Viruñas she was always determined to make everything right
If you have read this author’s other books, then you know that he takes you on a rollercoaster of a journey and this story was no different. From the 1st tragic incident, had me reading into the night as I wanted to know who or what was behind the murders. With Clare only having a few close friends it gave you the chance to learn more about them and I really enjoyed knowing more about Sheriff Terrick Heckstall, a man of principles who upheld the law to protect his town. As soon as ARC stepped in and helped the story picks up pace and you sense something dramatic is going to happen. If you have read the ARC Chronicles you will know what ARC do for society, although you do not have read this series to enjoy this story.
Whilst this story is a fiction, it highlights how serious diabetes can be if left untreated and gives the readers the symptoms to look out for if they suspect that they or someone they know has the condition. However, this book also shows that with modern medicine it can be treated and suffers lead a regular life.
If you want a thriller with a horror feel to it than you will not go wrong reading this book. Another great read from this author and I hope the adventures of Clare carry on
Did I mention that this cover is just as dark and intriguing as the plot? It captures the feel of the book so well. Bravo, Matthew!
I was not disappointed.
From page one to finish, I was gripped and hooked. From the steady story that illustrated the status quo, to the cogs and elements necessary to understand the dire straits of the ordeals, to the engaging characters that revealed their layers and showed their mettle with each passing page, to the twists and turns that I didn't see coming at all. It was an awesome thrill ride that included elements of all my favorite genres: Horror. Thriller. Sci-Fi. True Crime. Paranormal. And it was all wrapped in the package of a shrewd mystery tale, and expertly so, I may add, by Matthew Harrill.
Five Stars all the way, and I cannot wait for the series' continuation!
Anyone who has read The ARC Chronicles will be be familiar with the fast paced horror theme Matthew has written so well. I was very much expecting the same with The Eyes Have No Soul so was, at first, surprised when the first 35/40% of the book started at a fairly regular pace with more of a crime theme. This is not a bad thing it just surprised me.
From this point onwards the story returned to a fast pace and weaved the horror theme back in. This is the sort of writing Matthew does so well and the solid start to this book only gets better from this point. The gripping nature of this story kept me reading constantly, normally I would read a few chapters then put a book down, not in this case.
The climax of this book is well thought out, not only in its content but also in its length. Some stories are far too short and snappy whlist others too drawn out, but this one fits nicely in between.
Very few of my reviews discuss the content/story of a book because to me the skill of how well a book is written is more important. This book is certainly well written. So many small details take this book to another level and was ultimately my decision between giving a five star review as opposed to a four star review.
The Eyes Have No Soul is, in its own-right, a separate story within the same 'universe' of The ARC Chronicles series. There are however so many discrete references to The ARC Chronicles which only makes you appreciate to a greater extent the way this is written.
In no way do you need to read The ARC Chronicles in order to enjoy or understand this book though. In fact, my opinion would be that anyone who hasn't read The ARC Chronicles will likely want to read it after reading The Eyes Have No Soul.
Read, enjoy and review. Fingers crossed we get to see more!!