Killman Creek by Rachel Caine
Stillhouse Lake #2
Thomas & Mercer | December 12, 2017
Holy F*cking Thrillride, Batman!
I am so in love with this series!! From page one I felt like I was on the Millenium Force at Cedar Point, and the ride was over 400 pages!
I love Gwen and Sam’s burgeoning relationship, and their continued protection of Lanny and Connor. I love the little town of Norton, and the new connections they’re forging.
Killman Creek was everything I want in a thriller. It was adrenaline all the way through. I wanted to scream at all of them. Shake them. Rail at them. Force them to see all the ways they were played. But, all of that just shows exactly how hooked I was. You can always tell your enjoyment level if the actions of the characters evoke a visceral response.
You have to want to throw the book at least once.
I wanted to throw it a few times. And even though I was frustrated, they weren’t unreasonable reactions. Everything made sense. Nobody acted out of character, or outside how you would imagine them to act given the circumstances.
Of course a 10 year old would miss his father.
Of course video proof feels undeniable.
Why should they trust Gwen more than their own eyes!
And yet, I fumed.
And loved it. I loved every second. I had to force myself to put it down and read something new. All I want to do is go back to this amazing series. Very quickly.
This was more gushfest than review.
Sorry not sorry.