Youths vs The Elderly,
This review is from: Compulsion (Paperback)
Once again, Shaun Hutson has not failed to impress and amaze. The characters in Compulsion are believable to the point of perfection. The desipicably badly behaved teenagers to the focused supervisor, each character's personality is outlined with impeccable quality. Yet, as is Shaun Hutson's trait, each has a small part of Hutson inside them, for instance the teenagers being strongly anti-Manchester United.
The story is set on a back drop both on the life of the youths as well as the life of the elderly, as these two social groups horrifically come to conflict.
The four star rating is due instead of five stars, only because it seemed to me that the elderly folk move to sadism too quickly, I wasn't satisfied that they had been tormented enough to warrent such actions, which you will read about should you decide to buy the book
Despite this, it comes highly reccommended. Buy it!