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Seven Sins: A Thrilling Horror Novel Paperback – October 22, 2020
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- ASIN : B08LN5KRDL
- Publisher : Independently published (October 22, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 257 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8699928705
- Item Weight : 12.3 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.58 x 9 inches
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1. It was filled with errors. I can’t tell you how many times the author said “on” when he meant “in.”
2. The people chosen for some of the seven sins made no sense at all. A man who is proud of helping sick children get better got pride, a stoner who sells p*t and helps his family with money got sloth, a woman (of course) who is called a prostitute in the book got lust, etc. Come on, now. There’s nothing wrong with all three things.
3. The big reveal was utterly stupid. Also, it had been mentioned already, so it wasn’t even slightly surprising but was somehow meant to be?
4. [SPOILER ALERT] The bad guy was, of course, disabled because this book just loves to follow tired stereotypes.
5. It was like Saw (many of the speeches even sounded like Jigsaw). But unlike Saw, there really was no way for everyone to survive. This wasn’t some type of twisted play on morality. It was just the story of a man who envied others and wanted to cut their lives short as a result.
The only reason I’m giving it 2-stars instead of just 1 is because it was a short, easy read that was somewhat entertaining in sections.
While it kept me going, my only problem with it was that some things happened too fast. It makes sense with the writing though, because things would go fast in the moment, but it was almost too fast. But all the loose ends were tied up. Wasn't left with any questions. Just a sadness that what I had hoped wouldn't happen, did. Lol
Although distracting, the story itself was well thought out, and what appear on the surface as cliche, often surprise the reader with unexpected outcomes.
Overall I would give the story four stars and the overall writing 3.
Grab the popcorn, turn out the lights, and read.
Top reviews from other countries
this book was written. Very descriptive text and powerfully done that it was so easy to visually see what the author described . A real page turner. Grammatical errors that didn't distract from the text as the story naturally carried you forward.
Kept me turning the page .
The writer brought each character to life .
Well worth reading very well written.
Can't wait for the movie .
Keep writing. Thank you