Mary Johnstone asked:
Where is the review button? Very poorly written. The kind of book that says "it was mysterious", "she was scared", "there were eyeballs... glowing", "her sable hair"... But the storyline would be exciting if you don't mind terrible writing and poorly constructed characters and events that happen without any context.
Rose Not to be rude but, there's nothing wrong with having a different style of writing. All of those sentences are grammatically correct, and they haven't been misspelled. Just in case you didn't know sable is just a synonym for black. "her black hair" what's wrong with that? Poorly constructed characters, how so? And, not all events have to happen entirely in context.