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Reviewed in the United States on June 1, 2019
First of all, the story was not boring. The plot moved along at a rapid pace and at no time did I even think of giving up on it. I liked the the main character, Cheryl, however, her ability to solve puzzles got me to thinking of the Bat man tv series with Adam West as he and Robin figured out the clues left by the Riddler. I also found it kind of hard to believe that some of the characters, after being horribly injured, were able to converse as if they had a sliver or stubbed a toe. I know that in a couple cases I wouldn't be talking to anyone. I'd be screaming my head off. The ending was unfortunately predictable and one red herring early in the story was so obvious that I thought I must be wrong. I wasn't. Still, I give this one three stars and would read more by this author. If you're into some gruesome horror scenes, this story might be for you. I'm not, but I still enjoyed the book, although I still had a couple questions about who and how when finished.