Darkness Follows, Mike Dellosso, Realms, Suspense, 2011, 290 pages.
My thoughts: Apart from the first chapter, I wasn’t too frightened or chilled by this book. That is, until at least half-way through. At that point, it certainly got scary. The characters weren’t developed enough, though, and that made me a bit bored. I often had to push myself to finish it. The ending wasn’t very satisfying, either, in that you don’t learn who the main enemy organization is, and where the murderer came from, and why. The whole ordeal with Tommy appearing to Sam was confusing, and would require another novel to straighten out. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem as there will be a sequel. There just wasn’t enough roundabout plot material to make it a pleasing read.
*This book was provided free by the publisher in conjunction with the CSFF Blog Tour. I was not required to write a positive review, and the opinions expressed are my own.*
My rating: 3.5 stars
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