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It did interest me enough, and I liked Mr. McKay's writing enough, that I may go on and read the other books. I haven't decided yet.
I listened to the audio version of the story, and I will say that narrator, Nick Ellsworth, did a fine job of bringing this story and the characters to life.
The horror/suspense theme was a nice addition to the historical setting and characters.
My main criticism was the dialog of the characters. It was too contemporary, and prevented me from seeing the main characters as men of the 13th century. Making them use the "F-word" in their speech made them seem like modern soldiers. I found it jarring.
Otherwise, a nice, quick read.
The Hospitaller knights who protect the Catholic church come to a place where the people have black eyes and there is a strange thumping noise coming from the earth. That is the most basic description of the story without giving anything away. But its exciting, very exciting. the build up to the climatic finish is patient and the story develops with a little bit of tension and some mystery as is appropriate to tormenting a reader before all hell breaks loose and you get a marvelous bloody ending
To read this one is going to turn you on to the next one. Just so you know before you get into it.
Thank you, Mr. McKay, for a good read.
A great tale worth the short time it will take you, invested.