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My heart cried over Clotilde and what she had to become. You literally feel the sorrow deep within. I was sad for her, I was scared for her, and I cried for her. I was happy that Scott stayed in her life and became a friend she thought she never needed. In the streets of London, Clotilde was lost. Now she knows and feels death around. Scott and Clotilde are on a mission to bring a killer down.
There were other great characters that came along the way. Some help, and some are just afraid that Scott becomes obsessed. I really could go on and on, but I always like to leave my reviews spoiler free. The sadness overwhelmed me a bit, but I continued on. I was hoping for Clotilde dreams to come true. Only we come to realize at the end, she needed to succumb to what her destiny has become. If you need a break from romance and the lovey dovey stuff, Wail is a huge recommendation I have for you. This story will keep your attention from beginning to the end. The end was not what I was expecting, but it fitted perfectly to the story.
That was not the case with this book. I was pleasantly surprised at how well written and constructed this story was. Aside from 2 typos, I have no complaints about this book. That rarely happens for me.
I loved the character Clotilde. While I could see how the character could easily become annoying, she didn't. This is a woman in crisis, trying to figure out who she is and what her place is in the world. She is well out of her element and I wouldn't want to be in her shoes.
I love that this is a book that reaches across genres. Stripped down to its basic story, this is a woman's story. It's a sort of coming of age/mid-life crisis story that was well handled. Add the supernatural and thriller elements and I was so sucked in I had a real hard time putting the book down.
I even liked Scott, the yankee/gay new best friend. He was complex and more than just a story trope. I would gladly pick up a book that just focused on him, he was just an interesting character. Even the "villain" left me want to know more about him.
At no point did I feel like I was left out of the story either. Such complex characters were well written.
Let's get down to the story - I loved it. I loved the folklore. I found it very funny that the last novel I read had to do with the river systems in London so I was enjoying the connection. I'm absolutely fascinated by that river system now. I'm thinking if I ever make it to London, I'll need a few days just to visit the water systems (and annoy my family with all the stories I will know by then).
One other note, as an American, I didn't feel left out of the culture. It's very easy for a book written in another country to become very foreign. Perhaps it was the use of an American character that bridged the gap but I felt completely included. I was stretched just a little but I was never left behind. That's a tricky thing to do and I think Kenzie did it quite well.
But I will say that if you will step outside of your comfort zone and read this psychological thriller you will not regret it. No shortage of danger, crime, fantasy as they troll the river and the sewers looking for the killer. I received an advance copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it.
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