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Opinion and Rating of Raven's Peak by Lincoln Cole

Discuss the April 2017 Book of the Month, Raven's Peak by Lincoln Cole.

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Re: Opinion and Rating of Raven's Peak by Lincoln Cole

Post Number:#31 by mariakavo88
» 20 Apr 2017, 10:47

I gave the book a 4 out of 4 stars. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I have a review on the volunteered reviews for this book. The only thing was how the ending left off, but in a sense that gave me all the more reason to download the other two books in the series. I am currently reading the second book right now.
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Re: Opinion and Rating of Raven's Peak by Lincoln Cole

Post Number:#32 by Grace Naval
» 20 Apr 2017, 23:46

I enjoyed the story overall especially since I'm a fan of supernatural thrillers. The introduction of Arthur, in the beginning, made me wade around chapters looking for clues whether he'll be back (I didn't realize when I downloaded the book that it was a series). It took longer for me to finish though compared to other thrillers I've read maybe because of the author's writing style switching from character to character perspective and going into detail and sometimes missing some. But after reading the whole thing, I actually liked it.

Gives meaning to the saying "the whole is greater than the sum of its parts". If you just read a chapter stopped there (not giving the whole book a chance), you would be missing out. The cliffhanger at the end actually made me searched through amazon looking for the second installment in the series.

There are a few kinks that would've made the book a little better like it's lack of editing and the e-book lay-out design is a little bit distracting. It's all tolerable though.

Looking forward to reading more books from this author and I expect him to become great at it the more he writes. :-)
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Post Number:#33 by Bookworm39
» 21 Apr 2017, 03:24

I give it 4 out of 4. For me, I loved that it was action packed from the beginning to the end. I did enjoy the beginning with Arthur and why he did what he did. I think it was perfect the way it ended since the reader will know that there is another book.
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Re: Opinion and Rating of Raven's Peak by Lincoln Cole

Post Number:#34 by CZCampbell
» 21 Apr 2017, 10:43

[quote="MarisaRose"]After finishing Raven's Peak, what is your overall opinion and star rating?
...I had a hard time connecting with/liking some of the main character.

I also had a difficult time connecting with/liking some of the main characters. I think it was because their emotions were not fully explored so I had a difficult time connecting with them. In books/stories/movies where I cannot connect with them on different levels - i.e. career, life occurrences, etc. (obviously I am not in this line of work), then I need some form of emotional connection - i.e. I can totally see why he/she reacted that way because I would have felt the same way. This was a well written book, the story line was very interesting, I just could not fully give myself over to it.
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