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The Shadows

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I definitely recommend the audiobook.
This was so much better than The Whisper Man, in my opinion. I really liked the main characters and it was more fast-paced. Maybe part of why I liked it more was because I listened to the audiobook so it seemed to go by quicker. But I definitely liked the story and the way it was told better too. Based on other reviews, if you loved The Whisper Man, you might not like this. But if you were underwhelmed by it, I recommend you give this a try.
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hly enjoyed this story. It hit all the marks for horror. It was creepy and in certain parts chilling and unexpected.
I loved the way this was told through different timelines and different perspectives. The transitions always felt seamless.

My favorite part of the book was the big twist at the beginning of part 3. I definitely didn’t see that coming. It actually made me a bit emotional.
My big problem was the ending. It was all over the place and pretty messy. Which is a shame I was hoping for more of an impact at the end?
However, all that said it was still a solid read.

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Guest a year ago

in love with this book, very surprised how good it was. creepy and well paced, was hooked instantly.

Guest a year ago

I love this book!! so happy it was suggested and that I decided to read it
kept me on the edge of my seat, so creepy

Guest a year ago

I like this book beacause I really never read but this book was different idk y

Guest a year ago

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As Paul Adams returns to his hometown, he finds he’s still haunted by the events of 25 years earlier. Charlie Crabtree, and the person Charlie killed in a ritualistic murder, were Paul’s friends, which brings Detective Amanda Beck into his orbit. Beck is investigating a copycat murder in a neighboring town and comes to Gritten to learn about the original case.
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Alex North skillfully toes the line between fantastical and reality, just as he did in The Whisper Man. Centering on lucid dreaming, this thriller has plenty of moments that had me questioning what was reality, and what was delusion. Paul as a central character is well developed, and the multiple timelines really help to set the stage for the story to unfold.
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While I enjoyed this, it was a bit slower than I’d hoped. North is very purposeful in his writing, and every detail served a purpose. Having read The Whisper Man earlier this year, I’d hoped The Shadows would follow a similar pacing, but I’m not heartbroken as The Shadows is a story all it’s own. Besides the pacing, the reason this is a 4 star and not a 5 is because I’m bothered by the ending. It seemed a bit left field for no reason and in this case I would have preferred the last suspect before the final reveal. But...that’s just me.

Guest a year ago

As Paul Adams returns to his hometown, he finds he’s still haunted by the events of 25 years earlier. Charlie Crabtree, and the person Charlie killed in a ritualistic murder, were Paul’s friends, which brings Detective Amanda Beck into his orbit. Beck is investigating a copycat murder in a neighboring town and comes to Gritten to learn about the original case.
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Alex North skillfully toes the line between fantastical and reality, just as he did in The Whisper Man. Centering on lucid dreaming, this thriller has plenty of moments that had me questioning what was reality, and what was delusion. Paul as a central character is well developed, and the multiple timelines really help to set the stage for the story to unfold.
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While I enjoyed this, it was a bit slower than I’d hoped. North is very purposeful in his writing, and every detail served a purpose. Having read The Whisper Man earlier this year, I’d hoped The Shadows would follow a similar pacing, but I’m not heartbroken as The Shadows is a story all it’s own. Besides the pacing, the reason this is a 4 star and not a 5 is because I’m bothered by the ending. It seemed a bit left field for no reason and in this case I would have preferred the last suspect before the final reveal. But...that’s just me.

Guest a year ago

This book for me had a slow start, but about half way through it really caught my attention. The story has lots of twists and turns and I was shocked by the outcome. Definitely didn’t expect it! Although more on the side of a sad read, I still enjoyed being surprised by the end and not expecting it.

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