Book 2 by Rin Chupeco
I was so excited when book two of The Girl From the Well, by Rin Chupeco released. The story of the boy haunted by a demonic being was excellent and full of Japanese folklore, energy, revenge and creativity. It held my interest from the very beginning, to the end. I had to wait between books, due to review obligations, but once the book hit my hand, did I receive the happy ending I so eagerly awaited?
No. The answer is no.
I ended up not liking The Suffering. It started of wonderful! Tark as revenant made flesh- how could it not be a winning tale? Well, once he and his cousin returned to Japan, it all fell apart. The detailing, which made book one so amazing was like overkill in the second. I found myself skimming and then just quitting. I picked it back up and found the rest of the story a disheartening let down.
Talk about bummed!
I won't say what happened, because I don't give SPOILERS. Besides, I'm sure someone else thought this was the best thing since sliced bread. I'm off to the next read!
Sourcebooks Fire, Sept. 2015
Teen/Fantasy, Young Adult/Myths & Legends
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