I enjoyed this book, but I think it had all the ingredients of being a fantastic story. There was darkness, fear and danger throughout the story.
The story world was vivid and well described to the reader. But I found it difficult to fully connect to the characters. Yes, we felt the fear that David was suffering, but we did not really get to know him as a person other than he had suffered with mental illness in the past. Likewise, with his partner Zane, we got to know that he was a cop, and a very loyal and protective partner. But who was he apart from that?
The plot was solid, though I felt that it was a little rushed, poor David seems to run into one scary incident after another. Though each scare was very well written, and you felt the fear, you just did not have time to recover before David walked into the next incident.
I would have liked to see a different ending too, but that’s just my personal choice.
Now do not get me wrong I enjoyed the book, but I can see so much more potential for the story and characters. I would love to see the author revisit the story and characters sometime in the future, with a little more depth to who the characters are, what makes them tick as individuals and a couple.