- File Size: 1444 KB
- Print Length: 294 pages
- Publisher: Old Barsey Press; 2 edition (December 25, 2013)
- Publication Date: December 25, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00DXNW8RE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,791,185 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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There were many scenes where the descriptions and detail were so vivid that I wanted to look away, but I just couldn't. There were a few places where I had to go back and reread to clarify exactly what (and when) was going on, but overall I truly enjoyed this book. The realistic characters and disturbing subject matter made this a memorable story.
I would recommend this book to adults who are interested in the occult history of the British Isles. There were many interesting things mentioned that I have never heard of--and I loved the choice of occupation for the main character. I also thought the interior illustrations were a nice touch and the cover is just scary.
I look forward to more stories from Graham Higson.
The story, characters and description are skillfully delivered and memorable. Some elements of Oak Seer reminded me of The Wicker Man. You really feel the supernatural force strengthening as the story progresses.
Oak Seer has the makings of an original feature film. Infact, I can see the main character, Jack Briscoe, in his own TV series! This is a formidable debut novel by Graham Higson, and I look forward to reading his next book.
The end didn’t left me wondering or that I expected more from this, and that is what I like about a novel. It should be rounded off, not leaving the reader hanging in the air, and it should want you to pick something else from this author and Oak Seer definitely did that for me.
I thought Oak Seer had a lot of potential, and was excited to read it, but poor structure and an unfinished feeling to the weave of the character dynamics and plot, left me feeling unsatisfied.
The author has a unique voice and can deliver quick pace and intrigue at times; I hope he continues to develop these talents. A good first novel.
An excellent first book. The first of many I hope as I for one would love to read more Briscoe adventures.