Who would you recommend this book to?
What did you like most about this book?
I loved the mystery of this novel. The author constantly left remarks such as, "it's far from over" or "the worst was yet to come." That maintained my interest throughout the novel.
What did you like least about this book?
I feel like there were a lot of unanswered questions. Like the appearance of the lamb, the bloody crow feathers, the repeated question of "do you see now," and a few other things that I felt could have been given more background. I understand that most of these things are related to God and the Devil, but I think more info on how it's relatable would have been good.
Any suggestions for how this book could have been better?
Provide more background on Miranda and why she was such a psycho to Jacob. I also felt like there was something missing, but I can't quite put my finger on it; so hopefully it's revealed in the sequel.
What was your overall impression of this book?
Overall, I actually enjoyed this novel. I must admit, it started out a little slow for me. You could tell there was something lurking and impending, but it seemed like the author kept you in the dark as to what exactly it was for too long. Jacob Forlorn was the epitome of good. He gained a heart of gold from his mother and the biggest fear was that he would one day turn out to be like his dad. While everyone was focused solely on Jacob becoming his dad, they neglected to worry about the company Jacob chose to keep, such as the second love of his life, Miranda and his best friend Lucian. Both attributed heavily to Jacob's ultimate demise. Had it not been for either of them, I think Jacob would have been much better off. This novel had very few errors and was well edited. Great job, Lazarus Infinity!
Reviewed by: L Charles