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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 2 May 2014
Having bought and enjoyed a book called Solom by Scott Nicholson in 2012, I was pleased to see a sequel. I checked that the book now called "Solom: The Scarecrow" started the same as the book I already had which was just called Solom. It did; so I bought the sequel - "Solom; The Narrow Gate". I now feel cheated. From early on I knew I was reading passages I had read before and how could Arvel Ward be in the sequel? I believe that Mr Nicholson has simply converted the original Solom into two books, because this one had so much in it that came from Solom it was like reading the same book again. I am feeling very disappointed that there was no warning of this. The only consolation is that I bought the so-called sequel when it was on offer.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 5 May 2014
The book started out really quite interesting, almost a page turner.
Sadly went rapidly down hill, not sure who Scott's market is, but for me his ideas ran out of steam.
Very convoluted and silly story line, shame.
On the strength of this, would not try another of his.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 13 May 2014
Oh dear. I do enjoy Scott Nicholson's work but I was so disappointed by this book. Large chunks of it have been copied and pasted from another book based in Solom,,, sorry....this is lazy and disrespectful to your loyal readership, Mr Nicholson
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
'I received a complimentary copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review'

Katy and Jett are back in this Sequel to Solom: The Scarecrow. Katy can't afford for them to move out of Solom so she intends for her and Jett to stay in Gordon's house. Although a distant relative is fighting her for the house. Things have been fine for the past year since Gordon's death but all of a sudden strange things are happening. The horseback preacher is back. He has been stopping in to show himself to people one by one. Everyone is freaking out wondering who he is there to kill. Although some of them try to stay in denial. They think that if they deny it then he won't come after them. The goats are back at it. People are afraid to go out at night in case they run into the goats.

It is said that if you were killed by the horseback preacher that you will come back. So who is the other entity that shows up?

I Loved it! This book was just as good as the first one if not better. Katy and Jet were hoping that they were safe now that Gordon was dead. The goats are almost like a cult. If you like a good thriller then you definitely want to read these books. I highly recommend reading. Scott Nicholson's mind is just as twisted as Stephen King. Who is one of my favorites. And those twisted minds bring us some of the best books. I will be reading more of this authors books.

'Read and Reviewed by LSK Sweetheart Reviews'
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