Two things I love: Tarot and mysteries.
The story is good, clever twists and turns that keep you guessing. The conclusion is disappointing as nothing really happens. Told mainly from Dolly’s perspective although there are the occasional shifts into other POVs - sometimes too subtle and I needed to reread to work out who we were following.
Repetition is used to the point of annoyance in the novel and I rolled my eyes more than once to see the author repeating phrases. If I’ve been told once about Tesco, I don’t need to be told a second time thanks.
There were several typos which became too numerous for me to ignore. The involvement of Tarot seemed a bit pointless. It only really came to prominence towards the end and seemed to play no real role in the story.
All that said, I did enjoy the plot such as it was and it kept me reading until the end. I’m unlikely to purchase the next novel however as cons outweighs the pros.
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