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Summary × PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Sarah Sparrow

We all say there is no justice in this world But what if there really was? What if the souls of murdered children were able to return briefly to this world inhabit adult bodies and wreak ultimate revenge on the monsters who had killed them stolen their lives?Such is the unfathomable mystery confronting ex NYPD detective Will With a pretty pink front cover that looks like it should be on my bookshelf and the comparison to my favorite author Shirley Jackson on the back I went into this horror novel with exceptionally high hopes only to be crushed by cumbersome dialogue and graphic child rapes Very graphic I can usually handle a violent book but this one had me cringing in the worst way possible This book just wasn’t for me

review A Guide for Murdered Children

A Guide for Murdered Children

Ow Wylde fresh out of rehab and finally able to find a job running a Cold Case suad in suburban Detroit When the two rookie cops assigned to him take an obsessive interest in a decades old disappearance of a brother and sister Willow begins to suspect something out of the ordinary is afoot And when he uncovers a series of ch The plot for this book is incredibly creative I love it when I come across a book that takes genre normal and blows it all to pieces With that said there are some dark events in this book that some might not want to delve into murder rape etc of children Now given the title of the book that's not a surprise but just be aware before you read this story The basics The spirits of murdered children get to return to the Earth for a limited time to exact revenge on their killers The spirits inhabit the bodies of certain adults while on Earth These landlords are dead people who are reanimated for the sole purpose of assisting the murdered children The murdered kids attend secret meetings disguised as AA meetings at churches to discuss their journeys In the course of an investigation former NYPD detective Willow Wylde discovers these meetings When he realizes those attending are actually slain children Willow learns a whole new understanding of life and deathThis story is incredibly creative inventive and mind blowing But in places the execution was a bit rambling and confusing There are just too many side characters and subplots going on all at once It muddied the waters a bit too much making the plot a bit confusing at times That being said the story itself was so interesting and bizarre that it kept my attention the entire book no matter how rambling things got I love the character of Willow He's middle aged feels tired and washed up Alcoholism has robbed him of a lot but he's trying to pull it together to do something with the rest of his life Very realistic character All in all an interesting book I enjoyed reading it and I loved the creative plot But it could have been a bit focused The completely cool concept kept me reading I enjoyed this book despite the plot chasing rabbits a bit The front cover is totally perfect I voluntarily read an advance readers copy of this book from Penguin via NetGalley All opinions expressed are entirely my own Plague Harvest you read this story The basics The spirits of murdered children get to return to the Earth for a limited time to exact revenge on their killers The spirits inhabit the bodies of certain adults while on Earth These landlords are dead people who are reanimated for the sole purpose of assisting the murdered children The murdered kids attend secret meetings disguised as AA meetings at churches to discuss their journeys In the course of an investigation former NYPD detective Willow Wylde discovers these meetings When he realizes those attending are actually slain children Willow learns a whole new understanding of life and deathThis story is incredibly creative inventive and mind blowing But in places the execution was a bit rambling and confusing There are just too many side characters and subplots going on all at once It muddied the waters a bit too much making the plot a bit confusing at times That being said the story itself was so interesting and bizarre that it kept my attention the entire book no matter how rambling things got I love the character of Willow He's middle aged feels tired and washed up Alcoholism has robbed him of a lot but he's trying to pull it together to do something with the rest of his life Very realistic character All in all an interesting book I enjoyed reading it and I loved the creative plot But it could have been a bit focused The completely cool concept kept me reading I enjoyed this book despite the plot chasing rabbits a bit The front cover is totally perfect I voluntarily read an advance readers copy of this book from Penguin via NetGalley All opinions expressed are entirely my own

Summary × PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Sarah Sparrow

Urch basement AA type meetings made up of the slain innocents a new way of looking at life death murder and missed opportunities is revealed to himMystical harrowing and ultimately tremendously moving A Guide for Murdered Children is a genre busting mind bending twist on the fine line between the ordinary and the extraordina Actual rating 15DNF 75%First I’d like to thank DuttonPenguin Random House for this ARCSecond I must point out that yes I didn’t necessarily finish the book but I read enough to offer me what feels like a semblance of appropriateness in giving this reviewOkay Let’s get the pros out of the way•Sarah Sparrow has a wonderfully creative mind Her writing is uniue and wholly imaginative•At a glance the plot is intriguing I was very eager to read this book because the originality of the synopsis alone is enoughBut and here come the cons the execution is just not there In the first few chapters alone my brain was already swimming It came off as if Ms Sparrow took two handfuls of various genres and tossed them in between the pages but never once trying to nail it down to anything specific In that regard the book felt like an over complicated and muddled messReally there’s just too damn much happening on each page I consider myself to have a pretty good grasp on absurd plots that go every which way but there was a manic and frenetic energy to the story that threw me for a loop I was admittedly confused for a majority of this novel as it jumped around between POV’s and perspectives It’s hard to keep track of all that is going on And it is a fairly dense book too Character wise I didn’t much care for Willow either and that put a damper on the reading experienceI really wanted to enjoy this I’m mentally exhausted now that’s it’s done