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The pace is a consistent medium flow throughout much of the story, more like a simmer than a rolling boil. We have a lot of lead-ins and build-up of suspense as we try to fit all the pieces together. I thought the author handled this well. I had enough connection to understand the story, but also enough unanswered questions to keep me wanting more.
There is no information dump of characters and their backgrounds. Instead, we get to know the characters as the plot unfolds. Details are given in little servings, allowing us to get to know them as we might any friend in our lives. This also keeps their secrets so they are likable while remaining mysterious.
My one problem came with the ending, which felt rushed and slightly overblown. But I did love the twist that came just before all the action spiraled into overdrive.
Overall, this is a complex, thought-provoking story for anyone who likes a little "what if" with their suspense.
Eubanks is a fantastic storyteller who kept me guessing with twists and left turns until the end . . . which is the other reason why I gave this book four stars. The ending, like the pace of this book, felt rushed. My mind stumbled over the final scene as I crossed the finish line to the end. I also felt like there's a scene missing between the falling action and the end. It was an ending that seemed out of place with the plot overall. More like an afterthought after making it through the exciting rush of the story.
To those curious to give this book a try, feed your curiosity. Go for it.
I loved the characters. Valerie and her mother Jillian could not have been more believable. And yet their adventures were just as unreal. It made the plot so very enjoyable.
I was disappointed with the ending.