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Few characters names changed, either spelling wise, or all together different than what they were previously called.
Mable tells Helen's story when the Michaels' meet her and Doc at the restaurant, and then reiterates it nearly verbatim in chapter 16. There's actually a bit of repeated information. At times it seemed to be filler.
The ending fell kind of flat because with all the talking and revealing among the various characters I saw it all coming.
There were some good spine tingling moments. A few tears shed, but overall it was a bit long winded. It could've been better, but it could've been worse too. Middle of the road with three stars is the best I can do.
This book contains a large cast of characters and I appreciated that even the more minor ones were well-developed. I sometimes found myself caring for the well-being of the other townsfolk just as much as I cared about the main characters. I can't wait to see what else this author has to offer.
Over all I was fairly happy with the resolution of the story. Finding out what happened to Clara and how all of the people in town were connected. The flash backs were well written.
Though I was a bit disappointed there was no follow up with how the Michales family explained Lynn's death to the authorities. I mean the child died but had no health issues other than her mental ones.