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A Graveyard Visible- Steve Conoboy (book review)

Book: A Graveyard Visible
Author: Steve Conoboy
Genre: Young Adult, Horror, Fantasy
Published By: Lodestone Books
Published Year: 2018

My Review:
I got a copy of this book from NetGalley in return for an honest review. Being brought in by the cover I couldn't wait to read this.

This book is about a boy called Caleb who when he sees men up at the graveyard near his house starts to become interested in what is happening up there and ends up mixed up in a paranormal horror story he doesn't know how to stop.

This book was a great read and I found myself getting chills at points and needing to put it down so I could get back to my normality which I loved about this book. I also thought that this book had enough horror in it which I don't find in many books I have read of this style.

I do however feel that there was issues with this book such as not saying who was speaking in chapters which did leave me confused at points about who the story was following. Not only this but the ending does not make this book feel finished and like it has just been stopped, this did frustrate me as I wanted to know how the story ends. As it doesn't feel like it has been done deliberately either it did put my rating of this book down.

My Rating: 3/5

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