first-impressions

First Impressions: The Huntress

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I downloaded this book on OverDrive without knowing what it was about. I remember seeing it all over Goodreads when it came out, flicked through some reviews and skimmed the blurb and then added it to my TBR. Usually I do my research, and usually I tend to regret it.

But honestly, this time that is so not the case. I was reading it past midnight, and I just started getting so creeped out that when I heard the long and drawn out creaking of a door I actually got so scared. Luckily, after investigating it was my brother. It might sound stupid but the premise… the way this women is portrayed… is just downright terrifying. Maybe this is why people find the Woman in Black scary, although I haven’t read it yet, but I feel like this one is probably much better in every single aspect, and I’m only 140 pages through.

The writing is amazing. It flows really well and the way it seems to adapt to every scene makes it feel like I’m actually there. I usually always feel that way when reading, but with this book in particular, I’m just absolutely captured into the story and the premise and the different characters and perspectives I did not want to stop reading.

Eventually I did because whenever I read too late into the night I usually can’t sleep afterwards and lying in bed trying to sleep for hours upon hours is the all-time worst. The way that the story is structured is just brilliant. Even though I’m still in the build-up, I love the way everything has been structured so far.

I’m officially hooked, guys, and I can’t wait to read more. I predict a 5 star read for this one!

1 thought on “First Impressions: The Huntress”

  1. I don’t read horror because I’m too scared πŸ™ˆπŸ˜‚

    Glad you’re enjoying it though πŸ’β€β™€οΈ

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