Tuesday, 27 October 2020

Review: Stranded

Stranded Stranded by Stuart James
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Very, very close to one of my 5*

This is an author that I look forward to “what is he going to write next” book.
Because he delivers certain aspects of borderline horror on the edge of a thriller for me.

Let me explain what this book did for me personally.
It had a huge amount of thriller, I’m dat reading wondering what’s going to happen next.

It’s in the blurb, this little family going off on holiday except they get diverted.

That diversion isn’t a pleasant one. Neither is what they find. They then become “tools” in a plot that’s so disturbing. I found the way this author writes the scenes, sets the play my mind was buzzing on any act that was going to follow.

There’s some shocking horrors and jaw dropping moments which I silently gasped at.

The way this was pulled together at the end was a WOW factor.

The reason I didn’t give it another star was simply I wasn’t scared. I wanted to be spooked.
I’m not into certain horrors and I so wanted this author to make me go “OMG”


That discovery at the ending though! That was so clever!

This borderlines definitely on mental health. I think it does? What do you think?
Let me know when you’ve read it!

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