Non-review: “Necrophobia,” Mark Devaney

Necrophobia, by Mark Devaney, lost me almost immediately. Normally I would have read further before declaring this a non-review, but I just couldn’t do it.

The pacing is terrible. Devaney stuffs huge paragraphs full of different actions and different focuses. He also interrupts action scenes with sudden dumps of information. The part that made it impossible for me to continue, though, was the interminable sentence fragments. If you care at all about grammar you will go insane trying to read this book. This is the shortest non-review I’ve ever written, but I’ve never seen a book deliver so much lack of proper pacing, misplaced details, and horrid grammar in such a short space before.

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