Review: Blood Sisters by Graham Masterton

Blood Sisters (Katie Maguire) by Graham Masterton (2015-10-08) - Graham Masterton

I received a free copy of Blood Sisters from the publisher in return for an honest review.


I have been a huge Graham Masterton fan for many years and I have enjoyed every book of his that I have read, until now.


I couldn't get into Blood Sisters, I kept hoping it would pull me in but it just didn't happen and I think that was largely due to the main character. I find a book very hard to enjoy when I don't like the main character. Katie Maguire is an overly complicated and emotionally confused woman, I kept finding myself thinking "sort yourself out woman, really!" She's all over the place and just comes across as a mess.


The plot felt scattered, there were too many side stories resulting in too much happening outside of the main storyline. I can't say I hated it, I stuck with it to the end as I had to know what was going on but it was hard work. I was making myself pick the book up to finish it rather than being drawn to pick it up. There were some grisly and imaginative murder scenes in the book that I really enjoyed, they were very well done and were the best part of the book in my opinion.


One thing I will say, this book makes me glad I'm an atheist!


Not one I would recommend.




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