Breathtaking and haunting, Rin Chupeco's second novel is a chilling companion to her debut, The Girl from the Well. The darkness will find you. Seventeen-year-old Tark knows what it is to be powerless. But Okiku changed that. A restless spirit who ended life as a victim and started death as an... show more
Breathtaking and haunting, Rin Chupeco's second novel is a chilling companion to her debut, The Girl from the Well.
The darkness will find you.
Seventeen-year-old Tark knows what it is to be powerless. But Okiku changed that. A restless spirit who ended life as a victim and started death as an avenger, she's groomed Tark to destroy the wicked. But when darkness pulls them deep into Aokigahara, known as Japan's suicide forest, Okiku's justice becomes blurred, and Tark is the one who will pay the price...
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
Scary, dark, sometimes sad, with fabulous narration. It was even better than the first one for me. I loved the visit to the Japanese suicide forest. The history of the ghosts was so dark, I loved it. It hit my wicked dark loving spot perfectly.
Bravo! Seriously, this book was excellent. I made it evident that I wasn't a huge fan of Rin Chupeco's first book, The Girl From the Well. It started out strong, but it just didn't hold up the way I wanted it to. I wanted terror. I wanted ghosts. I'm happy to say that The Suffering offered all of th...
This is what I was hoping the original book would be. I take back any negative things I said about the scare factor of the first book because this had it in spades. Spoilers for the first book in the series will be unmarked, as a heads up. Guys, don't read reviews for sequels before you've read th...
The Suffering is the second book in The Girl from the Well series by Rin Chupeco. Tark's friend and mentor goes missing in Japan in the Aokigahara forest a.k.a. the suicide forest. So, Tark, Oikuko (Tark's ghost) & Callie go to Japan to help find her. The suicide forest is actually a real place in J...
Two years after the events from The Girl From The Well, Okiku and Tark are back for a new adventure involving Japanese ghosts. And while it's much the same as the first books, it differs on some very important points. The one thing that really stood out for me was the change in POV, this book is ...