Long After Dark by Greg F. Gifune
My rating: 2.58 of 5 stars
The writing in this book was very good. A dark vision, like nightmares that blended into nightmares. I'm not sure I understood what was going on after all, and that's hard to swallow. Sometimes it's good to question and ponder, but in this case, it was unsettling and unfulfilling. If the reader wants a story that is more about fears, regret, and doubt, with a pervasive sense of nebulous menace, they will probably appreciate this. For a complex mix of horror and emotional angst that ultimately makes no sense, this will qualify. If the reader wants a more coherent story that makes some sort of sense and has a point to it, instead of a sense of futility, then this won't do. At least it didn't quite do it for me.
My rating is complicated, so I am going to get mathematical here:
Writing quality: 4.25/5.0 stars
Coherency: 1.5/5.0 stars
Reader fulfillment rating: 2.0/5.0 stars
Overall rating: 7.75/15 = 51.7% ---------> 2.58/5.0 stars.
Thanks to my friend for letting me borrow this book!
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LOL at the rating. that was the best part. So it wasn't coherent huh?
Well I won't be reading this one
I couldn't figure out what was going on, and what the point was, so I don't consider it coherent. It might work for some readers, but not for me. *shrugs*
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