Comments: 7
Linda Hilton 3 years ago
Yet there must be readers who love this stuff. . . . . . . .
I keep forgetting to post about how instead of creating character complexity through good writing she just abandoned any pretense of consistency in character motivations
Debbie's Spurts 3 years ago
Ah yes, that built in Virgin Detector.
I think Deadmen Walking is good but some of it is a bit much... I'm a little bummed I preordered a fist edition autographed copy .. don't really think it was worth it.
The teaser for this book looked appealing to me, so I took a chance. I think at this point I've determined Kenyon's writing style is just not for me at all.
I think I'll always be partial and give her work a chance. But I'm finding the longer I read an author either I've changed or I feel they've changed and their work no longer "feels" the same. I still think its a good book but it seems like her author voice has changed. Deadman Walking didn't quite have her usual vibe this time around. Or, as I said... it was me.
I've read other books by her, and just consistently not been a fan. This was possibly the most appealing book of hers based on description and... yeah. I'm not going to try again.