Monday, January 2, 2012

Book Review: Seed by Ania Ahlborn

Seed by Ania Ahlborn

This is a review of the Kindle version.

The author has a pretty good grasp on the story, dialogues and the settings, resulting in one of the best horror books out there.

One possible loophole could be that the family dog does not deduct the change in the personality of one of the characters. When the dog does so, it happens quite late in the book. I thought this to be significant, as the author makes quite a number of references to horror movies, X-Files and Stephen King's Stand.

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Another thing that stuck me is that towards the end of the story, police arrive at the family's house and question couple of the family members. One of the family members must have been in the police records for couple of killings that took place in the past. But the police never mention that and the author makes no indication of the fact that they know about that either. I won’t reveal anymore, but suffice to say that it struck me as odd...

Other than these minor gripes, I was quite enthralled by the book from start to end, with some parts being particularly gripping.

Definitely recommended for fans of Horror/Supernatural genre.

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