When I began to read this book I just felt myself loving the pace and the whole mystery around it. It was rather thrilling and not at all obvious as to what would happen during the book.
Our main character, Rose, was such an interesting character and I felt like I was in her head, in her young Victorian head. The whole set up just moved so nicely and it all flowed so well…
Of course there is a downside to this, although I loved the book and enjoyed everything that was going on, I was left at the end feeling rather flat.
Everything that happened with Louis and Eco just happened far too fast for my liking and to be honest I felt it spoiled the book. At no point did I wish for this book to become a vampire book with a dash of religion thrown in for the craic.
I was unaware that this was going to be a series (my fault, I should have paid more attention when I was downloading it to my Kindle). I had hoped there would have been a dramatic twist in the story rather than have it end as it did.
Over all it was an enjoyable read, however I wouldn’t bother reading the next book, even though I liked Rose, I feel the author was killing off character’s at the end of the book (pretty much most of the character’s that we had come to know) and it kind spoiled the whole pacing that had been set up.
Not bad, definitely a book to read if you want something that keeps you guessing.