This is an older review from earlier this year on my thoughts of The Owl Always Hunts At Night by Samuel Bjork.
This is the first book in a long time to give me trouble getting into and getting through in fact I gave up. So I wrote what I could about it, I gave it 2/5 stars. This is another book I received through the First to Read program.
Title: The Owl Always Hunts At Night
Author: Samuel Bjork
Synopsis:We all battle demons. How you handle them and overcome is up to you. Mia Kruger is a great example of how one may struggle but resolves to throw herself into her job. Will the passion for the job and finding the twists and turns of a psychopath help heal her? What role does the mystery man in Miraim Munch’s life play into this mystery? Is she going to be next if so can the detective team save her in time? You can only find out by reading this provocative, edge of your seat, riveting tale.
Publisher: Penguin Books
Date: June 6th 2017
Rating: 1/5 Stars (DNF)
However I don’t feel this book is for me, I’m having trouble getting into it and I’m now eight chapters in. I’m going to continue to push through and see how far I have to go before it picks up (if it picks up).
I’m sorry I’ve given this book my best shot. I’m now at the beginning of chapter ten but the writing is just not catching on me. It has an interesting premise but it’s not very well written in my opinion.
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