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While reading, I tried to remain subjective by pretending I'd never read any Richan books except this one. I found it easily accomplished and the story flowed well. However, I HIGHLY encourage you to start at the very first River Series book, 'The Bank of the River', and see what you think. I fell in intense like after that book. I fell in crazy love after the 2nd book, 'A Haunting In Oregon' (you HAVE to read it!!!) and I've not looked back, devouring each new book as quickly as possible. I'll even admit to a child-like wonder and fascination with 'Eximere'. I find myself thinking about it and wishing SOO much that it was real and I could go there. You may wonder what I'm doing rambling about his other books, but it's not as crazy as it may sound. Richan has managed to weave not just some main characters, but also peripheral ones throughout every series. Richan sprinkles a character here or there throughout all his books, keeping you enchanted. I can never wait to see who may pop up in each new book, whether as a central figure or a peripheral one. I feel like understanding the River itself is maybe the only thing in Pitmon House that could've been expanded on. The taste you get here is a great start, but the River is amazing when you fully understand it. That's why I say to go give 'The Bank of the River' a try if you liked Pitmon House.
As is par for the course, we meet new ghosts in this book. We're educated on a few more 'river objects'. All while we're given a chance to further our understanding of how they use Legends to protect things and places. It's clear that I really love this book. A solid 5/5 for me.
As always, looking forward to the next. Can't wait to read "The School of Revenge" in September sounds like it will be a vicarious read.
I really like this author and have started reading The River series -- more books you can't put down.