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Descending Son Audio CD – Unabridged, 1 February 2014
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- Publisher : Brilliance Audio; Library ed. edition (1 February 2014)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1480538051
- ISBN-13 : 978-1480538054
- Dimensions : 18.1 x 2.54 x 16.51 cm
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On the negative side, for me at least, were the stereotypes; the stupid but bullying cop, the smarmy doctor with Jess family in his thrall, the fact that all of the young women are stunningly beautiful. Btu I did like how we saw Jess gradually reappraise his views of some of his family as the book progressed, so I'd definitely recommend it and will read Scott Shepherd's future books. Not to give too much away, but there seems to be room for a sequel here too.
Some way into the book the horror element kicks in, and I had almost forgotten it was a horror story by then. I didn't really like the story as much from that point in. Whilst it still made decent reading for the most part, it just seemed to lose its edge a little and I found myself skimming parts of it. The romance angle felt wrong somehow, predictable and a little cheesy. I did also find the read to be quite "guessable" at times. I liked the writer's style of writing, which was easy to read and at times very witty. Jess's family seemed a little cardboard at times, but I really liked the character of Benji and would have liked to have seen more of him.