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We’ll start with the good parts. To begin with, Tom breathed life into his characters and his scenes. Nancy wasn’t just a librarian, she was a living being that Tom developed during the story. The other characters were described in just as much detail, and they felt like they had their own distinct personalities instead of being generic, reused characters. The scenes were described in just as much detail; for example I could visualize Nancy’s house and her neighborhood easily. Tom developed Nancy’s character well throughout the story, and in fact, the story was smoothly presented without any stagnation points (except in one or two minor cases).
Even though I liked the story, there were some minor details that I didn’t agree with. For example, I found one or two parts to be a little tedious to read. Also, some of his metaphors are worded differently than what I would have liked. Lastly, I felt that a few of the characters weren’t developed as much as I wanted. I understand why Tom put them in the story and why he didn’t describe them thoroughly, but it felt weird in light of the detail he put into his other characters.
All in all, I will rate this book a 9 / 10. I really enjoyed his book and can’t wait for the next one!
Disclaimer: I was given a free copy of this book in return for an unbiased review. That being said, don't forget to support the author! I bought a copy anyways because it's an excellent read.
Nancy has stumbled upon her destiny some years after her husband has disappeared. What she finds on a back alley in Madison will set a chain of events in motion that will change her forever. As her new, inner drive (and some inner voices, too) pushes her to unwind the truth behind the horror she has stumbled upon, Nancy learns something about herself she could never have imagined.
Nanacy's stumble through the plot with her rambunctious, senior friend, Edna, endeared them both to me and I can see how people across multiple reading genres could thoroughly enjoy this book.
Wow. Peter. (That's all I'm going to say)
Hansen spins words like a seasoned pro who obviously has done, or has wanted to do, this all his life and I'm totally hooked. Iv'e seen he also publishes shorts and I plan to inhale every word through my eyes.
Top notch. MUST enjoy.
With these two women as a core, Tom writes an exciting mystery with a good plot and excellent characters.
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LOVED her spirit.
LOVED Edna and Nancy.
A great read for those looking for a cozy mystery with a touch of the supernatural.