A dark presence had invaded the Jorgensens' house. On a spectacular bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, something evil is watching and waiting . . .
Tired of the cold winters in Washington, D.C. and disturbed by her increasingly obsessive boyfriend, Kailani Kanaka savors her move back to her native Big Island of Hawaii. She also finds a new job as personal chef for the Jorgensen family. The gentle caress of the Hawaiian trade winds, the soft sigh of the swaying palm trees, and the stunning blue waters of the Pacific lull her into a sense of calm at the House of Hanging Jade--an idyll that quickly fades as it becomes apparent that dark secrets lurk within her new home. Furtive whispers in the night, a terrifying shark attack, and the discovery of a dead body leave Kailani shaken and afraid. But it's the unexpected appearance of her ex-boyfriend, tracking her every move and demanding she return to him, that has her fearing for her life . . .
This is what I say :
I didn't buy this book. I read it as an e-copy and it took me 2 days. I read it thinking that it's a horror story. It is not. I'ts more like a suspense romantic thriller but it wasn't very suspenseful and neither was it very romantic and thrilling. It's a rather lukewarm in many ways.
The focus of the story is Kailani and the family she is working for as a personal chef. I was quite bored with her character and it wasn't difficult to guess what was going to happen next. I wasn't very impressed by the writing as well. It wasn't that bad but unfortunately the story line and content was not able to contribute at all to zest up the book.
Sorry to say this but I wont be recommending this title to anyone at all.
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
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Wednesday, June 14, 2017
She's been watching us for a while now...
Now you see her
Gillian is haunted by the disappearance of her little girl two years ago. A devastating fire burned down their home, but she remains convinced her daughter survived.
Now you don't
Ten year old Tom lived by a neglected church. Is he the only one who sees the strange, solitary child playing there? And what is she trying to tell him?
Now you run
There's a new vicar in town - Harry. But menacing events suggest he isn't welcome. What terrible secret is this town hiding?
Sometimes I wish that she'd just leave me in peace
This is what I say :
I am really behind in my reading and in my posting. I am actually reading a different kind of books nowadays...and am very slow in in social and casual read. Currently having two books with me...one in the car for the boring moments while waiting for traffic to clear and another one on my bedside table which I can managed only about 3 chapters each night. At the rate I am going, I probably will only read 1 book per month....horrors!!
Anyway, Blood Harvest was actually read quite a while ago and I forgot all about it because I have since sold off the book.
It is a great book...it's creepyly great and greatly creepy. The suspense started right at the first chapter and it really builds up. There was a point in the book where I was so creeped out I dare not go down to the kitchen for a cup of water (being quite late in the night and everyone has turned in). And then, there's a part in the book when the vicar is in the church and he was reading out some verses and a voice joined him towards the end and ended the verse for him...that would be something that I won't forget in quite a long time!
So, if you have a chance to read Blood Harvest, grab it. If you wanted something scary, Blood Harvest delivers!