A horror novel should hold my attention sooner than eighty percent of the way through the book.
Some might mistake immortality for a dream come true but for Adeline LaRue immortality is agony at its worst.
As I kept reading, and my patience grew thin, all signs began to point towards what I had predicted.
Being two halves of different things can often make you feel less of a whole.
This book does more harm than good in the negative stereotypes it perpetuates.
No one wants to hear about this ugliness. But everyone loves a well-told story.
Nearly every story in the collection is captivating in its constant motion and minute detail.
She has no idea that the rest of her life will be spent rescuing Chinese girls and women.
Its characters and events, while sinister, are plausible: an uncomfortable mirror to our own world.
As per usual, Kepnes pulls out all the stops with bottomless cliffhangers and narrative-shaking revelations.