I honestly can’t get this book out of my mind. There was something quite wild about it, and that’s not just because it was set in the wilderness of Scotland. This book breathes nature in such a way that it makes you want to get out of your house and wander the woods like a weirdo.
Today I’m going to mix things up a bit. What’s that saying? Ah, yes. I’m going to kill two birds with one stone; if those birds were books and the stone, this post.
The Last Thing He Told me has some twisties and turnies that nearly blew me away. Luckily, I was wearing my cement shoes as a preventative measure. Phew!
Usually within the first few chapters of a book, I can tell whether or not I’m going to love it, or if I’m going to leave it on my bookshelf to collect dust. This book will not be collecting any dust!
After reading The Sun Down Motel, I’ve decided that the only thing motels are good for is as a setting to any horror-thriller book or movie. That’s it. I’m never staying at a motel ever. Seeing as this book is a thriller, the whole creepy motel vibe really works.
If you are a fan of suspense/thriller books then be ready to read this book from start to finish with no breaks.