May Recap

So let’s see what happened in May. First of all I decided to post book reviews weekly and not biweekly until I have reviews planned (yeah I’m slaking a bit in reading). So General Posts like this will be only once a month if I have something to report or we have 5 Wednesday and not 4.

As I said I’m slaking… I haven’t finished a book since April 5… I also did have a “no will to read” last year, in April, so I don’t know what’s about this month that makes me stop reading.

I’m still watching videos and performances about two Canadian ice dance Olympic champions and it seems I can’t watch enough times… (I think I’ve watched their golden performance 100 times, not to count the free dance before that – Latch – which is my favorite – or Prince – ).

May is full of birthdays, including mine and it’s the month previous to the school books rush for summer time homework (yes we get books during the 3-month-summer-vacation especially in elementary school) so I will soon help my aunt in her book store.

Nothing more to report.

Every Dead Thing

Every Dead Thing

, Book # 1
Hodder & Stoughton
September 10, 2017 January 6, 2018

The gripping first Charlie Parker novel from bestselling author John Connolly - perfect for fans of Stephen King and Jeffery Deaver. Tormented and racked with guilt over the brutal slaying of his wife and daughter, Charlie Parker, ex-cop with the NYPD, agrees to track down a missing girl. It is a search that will lead him into an abyss of evil. At the same time, he is warned by an old black woman in Louisiana that 'The Travelling Man' is about to strike again. Multiple strands converge with a horrific confrontation in which hunter and hunted are intimately connected by guilt.

About the book

When I bought this book, somewhere I read “Perfect for Jeffery Deaver’s fans”… but are you kidding? Please do not compare a thriller genius with this boring author.

To say that I got bored to death reading this book isn’t enough, the narrative is slow and most likely because of this boredom, I lost all the connections because I honestly don’t understand how the case of the disappearance of the woman can be connected to the murder of his wife and child.

The protagonist is unbelievable, alcoholic, drug addict and moreover a born criminal.

In the post in which I introduced this book, I said “hope I won’t be disappointed”, but yeah, it happened!! Never again!

Honestly I can not even summarize what happened, I just know that the protagonist is tormented by the death of his wife and daughter, and I have no idea how this is connected to everything else.

-5 stars for this book.