The Darkening - Stephen M. Irwin Reviews
Description:ISBN 0751543969 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Stephen M. Irwin / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2009-12-10 by Sphere
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Paperback. Pub the Date: December 2009 Pages: 400 in Publisher: L ...
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by - written on 10/02/11, updated on 04/12/11 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I never went out intending to buy this book, I was buying a couple of books in the works shop and got a 3 for £5 deal, so needed an extra book. I tend to favour murder/mystery type books and so the title "The Darkening" captured my eye along with the plain but simple cover of silver with black trees and red writing. The author Stephen M Irwin is not someone I had heard of before but according the back of the book lives in Australia and has written many short stories. On first starting the book I have to admit I nearly gave up. It did not capture my attention or imagination until well into the 5th or 6th chapter, I like to be taken ... Read the complete review
by ruby_xo - written on 17/07/10
A friend gave me this book to read earlier this year. The message on the front cover says 'Don't go into the woods tonight...', and as I live near a wood I think my friend may have been trying to scare me with this one! I know you aren't supposed to judge a book by its cover, but lets face it most of us do. The cover of this book is silver and there are thin black branches coming in from the corners. It says 'THE DARKENING' in red and black capital letters. To me the cover makes the book look like a horror, or at least a thriller. As I love thrillers I think I would have probably been drawn into this book if I had seen it on a shelf in the library or ... Read the complete review
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