I don’t usually read this genre of books anymore. A book which has a main focus on a psychopathic person seeking revenge on others. That being said, I found The Flood: A Novel to be a good read. It brought back for me memories of reading Stephen King when I was younger. The book set a good pace and kept my interest. The twist and turns it gook kept me guessing on how it was going to end. Meghan O’Flynn definitely has a future and I look forward to seeing more from her.
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