Review Luna Sanguis by Simon Okill

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This book had me more than once scratching my head. Are these the ramblings of a madman? Or is this very cleverly written to create the ramblings of a disturbed character?

It jumps from what I at first thought was one character to another and from scene to seemingly unconnected scene, but the second reading made it clear. So, although the way this book is written, chaotic and very confusing, makes it a difficult book to read, it still captivated me. I wanted to know what was going on, and most important how it all would end!

It isn’t an easy, lounging on the sofa with a glass in hand book. This book requires a clear head and focussed mind, otherwise you will get lost in the maze of this story. Is that a good thing? I guess if you are into that sort of reading material it is. If you are looking for an easy read, just another vampire flick, I suggest you skip this one. But if you like your books to challenge you, this might just be a book you could grow to love.

(I received a review copy in exchange for an honest review.)


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