(I received this book for free as part of Goodreads First Reads giveaways).
(This review may contain spoilers).
I think I’d ideally give this book 3.5 stars. I can’t quite give it 4 stars, but it was entertaining enough that I can’t just leave it at 3 stars.
When I originally read the blurb of this book, it sounded quite intriguing. I wasn’t sure how Margaret at the start fit in with everything, but it made sense as the book went on.
The characters were interesting and I particularly liked Liz’s psychic powers. I also really liked her relationship with her husband. It was nice to see him so supportive of her and how much he understood her visions and feelings.
Although this book wasn’t the first in the series, I was still able to understand what was going on and the characters. I didn’t, however, feel that there was a lot of character growth in the book. It was like the events happened, but nothing affected any changes to the characters.
I also think that the book could have benefited from being a bit longer. The mystery aspect would have worked a bit better with more foreshadowing. Although the book was interesting, I would have liked to see a bit more development and how the events changed the characters.
I did notice a number of errors in the writing, but it didn’t affect how fast I read the book. It was an interesting book to read, but I’m not sure if I’d read the other books in this series. I’d have to judge that on a book-by-book basis.
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