Lost me at times but all around good book. I enjoyed it
Because this book had good reviews I decided to read it. The problem I had in the beginning was the same problem I had in the middle and end: It was scattered, disjointed and confusing, and I found myself having a hard time focusing on the story at times. There were too many characters and they were not really well-developed or likable. So many things in this book we’re completely unrealistic to the point that it was distracting and annoying. Definitely not a favorite and I would not recommend it.
Unknown ginger 71
Well developed storyline and intrigue!! Can’t wait for this author to publish more stories!
This book started well but towards the end it felt rushed. Almost as if a part of the book was missing.
Don’t bother! Not worth the money. Too confusing
This book was fractured and hopelessly meandering. I read 3-5 books a week and I’m sorry I wasted time on this one
It began slow but necessarily set the stage for a page turner. The perfect mother, was a perfect puzzle. You may have the edges all in place but the final picture doesn’t come together until the final page
I cannot believe I paid for this. Undeveloped characters and an elementary plot make this novel challenging.
I don’t know what the hype is about. I could not wait to end this book. It was annoying, confusing, and amateurish the way it weaved in and out of the different perspectives. It is not a thriller or mystery. When I found out what happened to Midas, it was a letdown. I didn’t care. I was only happy that I was almost done with the book. There was so much time telling stories and very little time building suspense. I wish I hadn’t bought it.
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