The word I hear most often associated with Kirkus Reviews is "harsh" so it was with some trepidation that I sent my baby off for its first assessment by a professional reviewer. I received the review this week and I must say I'm pleased!
Kirkus Reviews says of The Sense of Death: "A frighteningly meticulous villain and a formidable protagonist will have readers breezing through the pages."
You can read the full Kirkus review here, or click here to see what Amazon readers are saying!
I was interested to see what parts of the story the reviewer felt did and didn't merit mention--useful information to know as I work on the sequel. What are your thoughts?
If you've read The Sense of Death, what was especially memorable for you?
If you haven't read it, what part of the Kirkus most piques your interest?