Ghost Road Blues
Publish date: June 1st 2006
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
Pages no: 480
Edition language: English
Series: Pine Deep (#1)
Wonderfully atmospheric, with a leisurely pace that relishes in the reveal and the building of tension. This was the first adult work I'd read by Maberry, and in fact his first novel, so going into it I already knew that he was a fantastic writer; I had a few problems with the Rot & Ruin series, but...
I am going to be the party pooper again. Many of my friends enjoyed this story but as much as I tried (and, boy, did I ever try) I could not fall into this book.Part of the problem was the narrator. His voice was gravelly and deep and it suited some of the characters but it grated on me. Sorry but i...
Jonathan Maberry is real hit or miss for me. I like the Joe Ledger series even though I generally hate his writing style. But I still keep giving him a chance. This book won the Bram Stoker Award so I thought I was in for something good here. If this is what they honor, then I don't actually get wha...
Fuck this narrator. I'm done.
I wasn't sure about the Maberry novel at first. It takes time for the plot to develop and there is not an overwhelming complicated hero figure like with the start of the Benny Imura or Joe Ledger series. However, the intricate plot developments, characters and sheer creepiness left me want to keep ...
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