The Coffinmaker’s Garden by Stewart McBride

This is a very well-written book. The story flows well, the plot is good – weaving two story lines and some unexpected twists. But it is very dark, graphic in parts, and I found it hard to read.  There is dark humour and I had trouble reconciling the sometimes jokey prose and conversations with the disturbing plotlines and imagery. If you enjoy gritty stories about unconventional heroes, then this is the book for you.

In short, it’s a well-written and gripping storyline with intriguing and unconventional heroes.

With thanks to LoveReading for allowing me to review this book.


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