The Madness Underneath
The Madness Underneath After her near-fatal run-in with the Jack the Ripper copycat, Rory Deveaux has been living in Bristol under the close watch of her parents. So when her therapist suddenly suggests she return to Wexford, Rory jumps at the chance to get back to her friends. But Rory's brush... show more
The Madness Underneath After her near-fatal run-in with the Jack the Ripper copycat, Rory Deveaux has been living in Bristol under the close watch of her parents. So when her therapist suddenly suggests she return to Wexford, Rory jumps at the chance to get back to her friends. But Rory's brush with the Ripper touched her more than she thought possible: she's become a human terminus, with the power to eliminate ghosts o... Full description
Publish date: February 26th 2013
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Edition language: English
Series: Shades of London (#2)
For a series about Jack the Ripper this was boring. I didn't enjoy much of anything from this Maureen Johnson book (I usually do enjoy her). But the plot was lacking and things felt a bit out of place. Easily just a set up for book three. Rory is getting over the trauma she faced with Jack the Ri...
So much sadness even though I loved it! And it looks like there will be a vol 3 with the cliff-hanger ending. originally read 12/10/12re-read 11/10/14
2.5 starstl;dr this is how i felt reading this book: [[MORE]]Description Rory is in therapy over in Bristol with her parents after the Ripper incident. She hasn't heard anything from her other ghost-seeing friends, though she has talked to her Wexford friends a bit. But Rory is unhappy having to li...
This book was OK....but I don't think I'll be reading the next one to follow. I've given it a 3/5 because it was simply OK. It wasn't horrendous, but I did not enjoy reading it as much as the first instalment. *SPOILER ALERT* I feel as though it has fallen from an interestingly based criminal ser...
Can I be honest? I feel... a bit manipulated. I am going through a horrible reading slump right now, so I know that I am a lot less tolerant than I would have been prior to this dry spell. So my review of this book might be a bit harsher. I feel that despite my rather harsh criticism, I am being fai...