Crazy Dead by Suzanne F. Kingsmill

Crazy Dead by Suzanne F. Kingsmill
My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars

Paperback, 264 pages
Published July 19th 2016 by Dundurn Group
Source: egalley via edelweiss

Cordi O'Callaghan (#4)


I don't usually start with book 4 of a mystery series but the plot of this one just sounded too good to pass on. Unfortunately, it didn't meet my expectations.The whole plot and the characters were too far-fetched and just not plausible. I just can't imagine real people reacting the way these characters did. The ending is very weird and totally unsatisfying. I'm not sure if it is a "too be continued" or it signifies the end of the series.I kind of feel like I might be more clued in if I'd read the first books, but on the other hand, the book read well, not ever hardly mentioning the previous plots or characters. The whole book is a bit of a mess, really. Though something tells me that if I happened upon the first book in this series I'd probably read it just to make sure it wasn't because I starting in the wrong place with the books.



Comments

  1. Disappointing when the book does not live upto one's expectations.

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  2. I hate it when book characters don't act like real people. It definitely makes them feel made-up and that totally ruins books for me. Sorry this one was so disappointing :(

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