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Saturday, October 17, 2015
Review: The Fall Hunt by Joanne Clarey
Overall, I really enjoyed the story and only had two minor grievances: Ellie's internal dialog at time was stilted and not very believable and I wanted to smack her senseless after she sustains a head injury that knocks her out for a bit and she refuses help from anyone and just wants to go to sleep. Most people would know that is the last thing she should do - esp when she then goes on to mention severe headache and dizziness. Obvious concussion. Everyone knows sleep and concussion never mix (A School Teacher would know that too). Grrr... It is amazing how something like this is enough to raise my annoyance factor and detract from the story, but it really did.
That said, I really did enjoy the story and characters in all other aspects!