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Food of ghosts by Marianne wheelaghan.
I have just finished Food of ghosts. I thought it was really well written and kept me guessing to who murdered who right till the end. I thought Louisa was very interesting the way. She fought her own inner demons with needing to be clean and bad thoughts, while being sounded by mess and dead people. When she found the dead guy with missing eyes, it made me want to vomit there was enough mood setting and deception though out this book to make you feel like you were seeing it for yourself .
I love the brief manhood nudity. It made me laugh so much. I think this book takes you on a journey through the Island and made you want to find the murderer. I so wanted to bang Nicole's and Christine's heads together by the middle of the book they defiantly were entertaining with their gossiping bitchy ways.
I had best stop there or I will end up giving away the story and I don't wanna do that.
This book is one to read on a cold night and you won't be able to put it down till gone 1 am. I couldn't and will likely read it again it was great.
This book is a huge credit to Marianne. She should be super proud of herself on a gut churning sensitive, gripping keeping you on the edge of your seat novel.
I had to stay up just know how it ended. And it definitely didn't disappoint.