Did not finish, skipped pages.
This thing is an indecipherable mess. Now, part of this is on me. I did not realize that this was a sequel, and that certainly didn't help. However, this author struggled to establish a setting, characters, motivation, or a plot sequence that makes any sense.
Where are we? I can't even tell what is going on or where we are. The most basic pieces of the story are impossible to decipher. I guess all of that is established in the first one, because I was completely lost with even the relation of the town to the dam
I felt so lost throughout the approximately 300 (of 490) pages Iwas able read. This slasher novel (I dare not call it horror or thriller) takes a lot of concentration and does , even for all the gore and inventive kills, not entertain.
I might be confused because I didn't read the first, that certainly is not helping. But in no way shape of form is he going to help us get caught up or make sense of what is going on. Unfortunately the cover also doesn't feature an indication about this being part two in a trilogy (?)
I feel like d this book became, as already mentioned, an indecipherable mess to get through. I have no interest in going to read the first to see what was going on, this is far beyond the story and much more of his style. I felt no attachment to any of our characters, I just stopped caring.