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The Purgatorium (The Purgatorium Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The book ends abruptly, and you have to buy book 2 just to continue a very mundane scene. There is of course the possibility that the story and writing gets better in the second book, but I am not willing to waste money to find out. Not the worst book I have read, but not one I would recommend.
Wow, wow, wow. This book is sick. Not in scary, gross kind of way, even though there are a couple of spooky phenomena in it. But rather, the question it's meant to revolve around and chew on is what gives me ice-cold chills. Basically, without spoiling anything, I could consise it as 'Whether the end justifies the means', but in a way that is strictly for 16+.
The book itself was good. The pacing was very fast, it delved right in and kept on until the end. The characters were fine. I liked them, though I couldn't particularly relate to any of them, despite being symphthetic towards Daphne for her issues. What threw me off the book a little though, was the voice. The author used - okay, it's been said so often it feels like an excuse but still - too much telling rather than showing for my taste, especially in the first half of the book or so. As the story progressed it got much better however, and the ending twist struck me so much I'm eager to continue with this series.
All in all, I highly recommend the Purgatorium for the thrilling story, but mostly for the story it conveys. A whole new reflection on a prosaic issue that I guarantee you won't forget!
The best part of Purgatorium is when Daphne pranks Brock and her parents.
This book has a lot of flashbacks. One of them is when Daphne was a little girl and she was living with her family, her mentally ill brother, Joey, her sister, Kara, and her mom and dad.
One night Daphne is trying to get some sleep when she hears her brother, Joey go into Kara's room. The door closes, and she hears banging on a headboard, but she doesn't know if she should go and see what all the fuss is about. She's just about to go look ,when Joey walks out of the room.
The next day Daphne hears her mother's screams. Daphne rushes out of her room and she starts screaming too. For there in the middle of the room is her sister, Kara, lying dead on the floor................SUSPENSE!!!!!!!!!🙎
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