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Review: The Chalk Man by C.J. Tudor

First mistake, I started reading this book before I was heading to bed. I'm one of those people who gets scared very easily. After the prologue, rather than sleep with one eye open, I thought it was the best idea to continue reading during the day. This was definitely a welcomed departure from my usual reading and yes it made me look over my shoulders a couple of times but so glad that I took a chance because it was definitely a page-turner.

This isn't one of those books that I really can dive into and give you details because I don't want to take away from the experience by revealing anything that could take away from your experience. You will see from the intricate plot that author paid attention to detail as well as has a gift for storytelling bringing the readers characters that you will be intrigued be absorbed by. Leaving me a little scared with the covers pulled up to my eyes (I jumped to the ceiling at the faintest sound of boo) challenged and haunted my thoughts of her gorgeous story, pushing me to grip the pages, eagerly anticipating the answers to this haunting thriller. 

Told through dual perspectives of the past and present, the author gives the reader a well balanced story that feeds you all that you need to know that fuels your hunger for more to get the answers you crave to find out. That ending was so unexpected and just wrapped up this book brilliantly. There isn't one character in this book that didn't have some relevance to the plot intricately and that's pretty fantastic. Even though this doesn't follow into the usual genre that I read, there was something that piqued my curiosity to just go for and I'm so glad that I did. Overall, I thought it was a great story to dive into and are recommending to add it to your tbr.                                                                                                            

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