2.5 stars rounded up.
Henry Sleep’s father visits him in a dream.
It’s time to come home…..
When he calls to check on his father he finds out that he has committed suicide. So Henry returns home to Saul’s Run.
A small town where people live long lives, no crime occurs and sickness has a weird ebb and flow.
This book could have been really good. The story just didn’t flow smoothly. The first half of the book kept me coming back for more and then it just fell to crap. The writing became so uneven that I just couldn’t care anymore.
I received an ARC copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.