(I received this book for free as part of Goodreads First Reads giveaways).
(This review may contain spoilers).
I felt that this book was a really fascinating read. I’m not sure I could see I liked everything about this book, or that I’d read it again, but it was certainly intriguing.
I did like some of the storyline. At the moment, I really like ghosts in fiction. I think they fall by the wayside too many times and demons, angels, vampires and werewolves have become too overused in the paranormal genre.
The character of Cassie was quite an intriguing one, even though I think the ‘ethereal damsel in distress’ is kind of an overused trope. Mark was also a fascinating character, even though I wasn’t really sure I liked him. There were certain things that didn’t really endear him to me as a character.
I liked the thing with Hannah. I would have liked a bit more of an exploration of certain aspects to do with her, but on the whole, I liked the way her storyline was handled.
I wasn’t very keen on Penny and Cissy as characters. I’m all for strong female characters, but neither of them came across as very nice people.
Rosso was a really interesting character, but I didn’t think something in particular worked about him. There wasn’t really enough foreshadowing for one of the things that was revealed about him.
Although there were some parts of the ending that weren’t really closed, I felt that it ended about the best way it could have done. And although there were times the changing motives of the characters made me feel almost dizzy, I still found this book entertaining and easy to read.
As I said above, I don’t think I’d read this book again, but I would definitely check out other books by this author at some point in the future.