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Mark Wheaton

Autor(a) de Emily Eternal

37+ Works 482 Membros 20 Reviews

About the Author

Includes the name: M. G. Wheaton


Obras de Mark Wheaton

Emily Eternal (2019) 150 cópias
The Cleaners: Absent Bodies (2010) 24 cópias
Sunday Billy Sunday (2009) 23 cópias
Flood Plains (2012) 17 cópias
Disembodied Spider Meat (2011) 13 cópias
Wages of Sin (2017) 13 cópias
Adversary (2011) 12 cópias
The Impressionist (2011) 12 cópias
Ascension (2011) 10 cópias
Wraith (2022) 10 cópias
The Quake Cities (2020) 9 cópias
Bones Omnibus (2013) 7 cópias
Inja (A Bones Adventure) (2013) 3 cópias
Who Haunts You 3 cópias
Mrs. Beeke 1 exemplar(es)
Spider 1 exemplar(es)
Inja: A Bones Adventure 1 exemplar(es)
Meat 1 exemplar(es)
Last Tuesday 1 exemplar(es)
Shepherd 1 exemplar(es)
Alpha 1 exemplar(es)
The Bigamist: A Novella (2013) 1 exemplar(es)
Gare Du Nord 1 exemplar(es)
The Enemies List 1 exemplar(es)
Disembodied 1 exemplar(es)
Mongrel 1 exemplar(es)

Associated Works

MySpace Dark Horse Presents Volume 3 (2009) — Contribuinte — 28 cópias
Worst Laid Plans: an Anthology of Vacation Horror (2020) — Contribuinte — 26 cópias


Conhecimento Comum




Who Haunts You is a fast-paced book that made me think back to my university psychology courses with a pang of nostalgia. I loved the main character, thought the story was really engaging, and enjoyed the overall story.

My favourite thing about this story was Rebecca. Autistic and neuro-divergent, Bex's character and her development was far from stereotypical, and I appreciated the research he put into his character. She attends a competitive high school, but keeps to herself and hides away in the library. It is rare to see autistic characters as the MC and this is the second book in recent weeks that has happened, so I was glad to see more diversity in the characters. Because I am not autistic, I liked seeing things through Bex's eyes and how she views the world. Gosh, she was so fascinating, and I loved going along with her on this journey as she was trying to discover what was happening with her schoolmates.

Because we get the story from Bex's POV, the story is naturally twisty and convoluted, and it took me awhile to figure out who was guilty. I loved how the author threw in those red herrings and took you down one rabbit hole after another, until I actually had difficulty wondering what was real and what wasn't. The writing style was compelling and fast-paced, and because it was so engaging, I read it in one sitting. Looking back, it was hard to believe it only came in at 170 pages.

The one issue I did have was the ending. It's not that I have an issue with the way it went, it's mostly due to its ambiguous ending, like the author was working so hard to be mysterious. While it did have quite an impact, I felt like it took such a one-eighty turn that I was a bit disappointed. I should have seen it coming though, as there was a lot of talk about Bex becoming too obsessed with what was happening.

Who Haunts You was a fascinating look at the power of psychological persuasion. It was thought provoking, with interesting twist and turns, and had a great main character that I enjoyed tremendously. While I wasn't a fan of the ending, the author manages to pack in so much to this short novel, that I recommend it to anyone interested in a psychological mind bend.
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StephanieBN | Aug 28, 2023 |
I enjoyed this a lot more than I expected. Sci Fi, likeable characters, mostly positive, good ending. Would have been a great book if the author had left out the romance, just my opinion.
larocco | outras 4 resenhas | Nov 19, 2022 |
I didn't realize this was part of a series until I had started reading it. I will go back and check out the first book! The story kept me interested and I was intrigued by the characters and the backstory I missed on the main two. A good ride the whole time. Thanks to NetGalley for providing a copy in exchange for my honest review.
McBeezie | 1 outra resenha | Jul 27, 2022 |
Newly ordained Father Luis Chavez investigates the death of a field labourer leading him to a human-trafficking ring in California.
A NetGalley book
Vesper1931 | outras 3 resenhas | Jul 29, 2021 |


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