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Gary McMahon
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capriceum rated it 1 year ago
This had some very original, never-seen-before ideas and images, but the repetitive line "all your gods are dead" felt like a stretch every time it showed up, and was kind of annoying. Like it was trying too hard to be used. And I don't feel like it was ever really explained what it meant.
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Portable Magic rated it 4 years ago
Unfortunately, this one is a “nope”. I’m far enough in to know that the writing style will not work for me, but not far enough in to be able give it any kind of a rating. Ordinarily, I’d persist until at least 50 pages before making a decision about the book one way or another, and to feel comfortab...
Shiftyj1 rated it 4 years ago
I listened to this one on audio and it was excellent. The writing was dark and brooding and the narration by Chris Barnes really added some extra atmosphere. There were some good characterizations, as well for such a quick work, which clocked in at just under 3 hours. A field trip group therapy sess...
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Elentarri's Book Blog rated it 5 years ago
Weird. Not really a horror novelette, as advertised, but still a strange story. The writing was decent but I didn't care much, one way or the other, about any of the characters.
runner rated it 5 years ago
It is going to be hard for me to review and recommend this third instalment of what has become known as The Concrete Grove “urban horror” trilogy, especially as I generously awarded the previous two books (The Concrete Grove and Silent Voices) 5 stars, but I just did not enjoy this conclusion. Per...
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