Net Galley Review: The Gathering Darkness by Lisa Collicutt
Brooke doesn’t want to be in Deadwich, but that doesn’t mean she can leave. Her parents have shipped her off, but that just might be fate playing more of a role than anything. In Deadwich she has to confront the nightmares she always had had there and soon finds she is not the only one with nightmares. The introverted twin Marcus Knight might just be the answer to her dreams in more way than one- if she can live long enough to find out.
This was a complete book– there were no cliff hangers, nothing that was left untold that distracted from the story. Loose ends were finished and you left the last page feeling like a complete story had been told. Very nice job and refreshing when everyone now is building on cliffhangers.
It was a good read about witches with a bit of suspense and mystery, but nothing too scary to turn me away.