Sunday, January 10, 2016

Review: The Society

Title: The Society
Author: William Wilde
Format: E-book
Pages: 289
Date(s) Read: June 30-July 5, 2015
Rating: 3

Summary: A detective investigates a secret women's society linked to unexplained deaths. 

I was given a copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you for the opportunity to review this book. 

Honestly, not even six months later, and I'm drawing a blank on the majority of this book.  Very little actually stuck with me as to why I gave it three stars.  I must have liked and enjoyed something about it to have given it three stars.  Yet, at the same time I do not honestly have the drive or the desire to read it again.  I know that there was a point where I very nearly added it to my do not finish list, however I pressed forward and actually did finish it.  

There needed to be a bit more development, and it also struck me as a bit too much like Death Becomes Her or something along those lines.  Very rarely has a book left such a non-impression on me.   I hate saying it, but I wish I could truly put my finger on just why I am so very meh about this book. 

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