This book isn’t my typical kind of book. I am not into crime books but this book has been sat on my shelf since the day it came out. After tidying up my bookshelves I came across this book again, the cover drew me in and the blurb got me. It didn’t sound like a typical crime book and I thought why not give it a go and I am so glad I did.
If that thing called sleep didn’t exist I would have read this book in a day. I was just so captivated and intoxicated by this book. I dug it’s claws in and wouldn’t let me go.
The story was amazing and kept me wanting to know who was killing the Violets themselves. Every twist and turn, every break in the case just kept me reading. I wanted to know who was murdering these violets.
The characters themselves we’re amazing. They weren’t you stereotypical characters, or well stereotypical characters that I imagined them to be before I read the first page. These characters are complicated and just human. Vulnerable and very human. And that is what I just came to love about them.
I think one of the elements that drew me to actually read this book was the slight hint of the supernatural abilities that the Violets posses. The one in which they are able to summon dead people and that is what got me intrigued.
Although I was shocked by some things and really annoyed by other things (not in bad ways) I actually really enjoyed this book and can’t wait to dig into the next one.