A cautionary tale of being careful what you wish for. Austin sure learns this lesson the hard way in this witchy satantic novel.
I have to say it too me a while with this one, wasn’t gripping form the outset and the characters fell a bit flat for me. It’s not awful though.
It’s a decent enough story, a tale of a man who off-handily wishes his wife dead one night and well of course he gets what he asked for.
For me, the plot was a little thin and the characters just didn’t feel very rounded out. It felt a little like an effort for me which makes me sad as I really loved the authors last FTP novel. As always it’s subjective and fingers crossed the next one will hit the right notes. The Devils Equinox sadly just plodded along a little slow with no payoff.
One thing for sure, it won’t me off the author or Flame Tree Press.