I have no idea what I read, although this was published in 1987, so I can only really blame whoever thought they could do a good job at transferring it into an e-Read.
Essentially the book, the plot, is a good idea, rather fresh to bring supernatural powers in the real world – and also not having anyone equal the power in response, rather to have people use their brains and guts.
However this was all spoiled by the badly written and everything just felt as though it was written by a child with no clue how to do the proper way to make a story.
It was really hard to read, although I understand some people grumble about grammar mistakes in any book, I think this one would prove that they literally can’t read it after the first two chapters.
“There was this feeling I had that /Crim was shaken beyond reason.”
Silly mistake that should have easily been caught by someone re-reading this. It seems so minor this mistake, yet the book is riddled with these kinds of mistakes.
I wonder who double checked this when whoever wrote this did it? Because the amount of errors that occured. There was times when you had no idea who was actually talking either.
Due to these errors you couldn’t get to grips with the character’s, however I found the two main character’s annoyed me when they started to say ‘dear’ suddenly when they had only spoke a few hours before.
Apart from that I can’t say much more.
The book would have been far more satisfying if it had been written properly for an e-Reader.