‘Daughters Unto Devils’ is eerie, disturbing and a book you won’t want to miss this Halloween. But be careful, once this book has you, it has a habit of not letting go until the final page.
MP!er Chantelle applied through our You Review section on the site to receive her spooky copy in exchange for an honest review. If you’d like to get involved keep an eye on the @maximumpopbooks channel.
Name: Chantelle Smith
First things first, did you read this book at night? If so, did you regret it? I didn’t read this book at night due to the other reviews I read, I did read late evening though which was just enough to creepy me out.
What kind of scary would you say this book is? I would say the book is quite creepy and disturbing at some points, but I think it was quite far into the book before there was much of the disturbing parts of the story. It did take me quite a while to get into the book, but once the story started developing more it became more gripping.
Favourite character? I wouldn’t really say that I had a favourite character, they all showed different parts of themselves that were good to the story, so I couldn’t really chose a favourite.
What did you think of the setting? I think it was a good setting I could really visualize it all, I loved how it all reminded me of the program ‘Little House On The Prairie’, it was all described with all the detail needed to place a good image in your head.
Did it shock you? I wouldn’t say it shocked me, it more creeped me out and gave me the chills.
Rate out of 10 I’d rate the book probably a 7 out of 10, only because I thought it took quite a while for things to start to develop and things to starting creeping me out.
Check out more of Chantelle’s reviews over on her blog.
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