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Without revealing the plot to any potential readers I found the level of details describing some incidents as nothing more than SICK and made me question what goes through an author's head when they write this.
Will probably never read a book of his again and I can see why his popularity has diminished over the years now.
Horror books for me are to entertain and shock you but this has just left me shocked and bewildered that this even got published.
I'm surprised the other reviews of this book are not of the same nature as mine and I would gladly give this negative stars if I could......................
Unfortunately the initial spark began to flicker and before the book reached a climax the flame was extinguished and I was left to merely turn pages to reach a conclusion that I had long ago guessed at.
If you haven't read Shaun before it is not a bad read and should whet your appetite for his older much better books. Compared to his earlier books such as Assassin this book would come in as PG
That's exactly what happens to Paul Crane who is suspected by Frank and Gina Hackett, of murdering their daughter. Crane is drugged, kidnapped and buried alive. When he awakes in total darkness, it is not long before he realises to his horror that he is in a coffin.
Hutson deals well I think, with one of our most chilling nightmares; that of being buried alive. Crane's terrifying predicament is both claustrophobic and at times hopeless, that is, until he hears a distorted electronic voice coming from within in the coffin.
I must agree the twist at the end is pretty much predictable but it didn't spoil the book for me.
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I like Hutson's style of keeping you hooked with short chapters and this did serve to speed...Read more