I've read other books by Darcy Coates and enjoyed them, but Voices in the Snow was disappointing. I expected more dystopian, more apocalypse, and less overdone wendigos and zombies.
If there was a musical equivalent, it would be a hint of Myrkur's haunting vocals coupled with the feel of the moors in Wuthering Heights.
What unfolds reads like a quintessential gothic novel. Not quite as gloomy or dark, but certainly has an atmosphere that lends itself to deep shadows and cold nights.
A disappointing thriller based on family lies, village ties, and an old unsolved crime.
Surprising page-turner about mother-daughter grifters, family drama, thriller, murder, and revenge.
Horrid tells the story of Jane, whose father died 5 weeks ago, and whose mother is lying to her.
Someone we Know is a slow-burning read, with everything coming to a quick head at the end.
A gripping tale of a serial killer's daughter - who's father used her as bait as he lured and murdered women.
I wasn't expecting anything but a gripping tale from Ruth Ware, and Snowflakes delivered.
It was a standard mystery, and it meandered more than it should have.