Summary

"Welcome to Parkview" reads the rusted sign along the outskirts of town. The tarnishing letters seem inviting, yet foreboding and mysterious. Is passing through such a wise idea?
The final destination may be more dangerous than the trip itself - an unapologetic journey through a town that thrives on sex, violence, and the macabre. A place built on deceit and temptation. A spot forever cursed with soulless transients, unforgiving lovers, and merciless vampires who hide in the shadows beyond.
The facade is peeled back just enough for you to see past its surface. There's but a glimpse of the darkness that put Parkview on the map. Then you realize that nothing here is a coincidence. In Parkview, it may be best to keep buried secrets quiet.
In Parkview, even truth can be a deception.
©2014 Scout Media (P)2014 Scout Media
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2 out of 5 stars
By sarahmoose2000 on 01-04-15

Confusing

I feel the synopsis for this was a bit misleading, and the story got so disjointed, I felt like giving up more than once. I can't reveal the last hour as that would spoil the 'plot'; but it felt like someone writing an essay, realising they only needed a hundred words to reach their limit; so jammed a whole lot of rubbish in regardless of the rest of the piece.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Natalie @ ABookLoversLife on 18-02-16

Not for me.

Unfortunately this wasn't for me. I just couldn't connect to the story nor the characters and really struggled to finish it. I liked the idea of the separate stories all coming together but I thought it just didn't work here. They didn't flow right. Plus the ending was a little abrupt. Saying that, I'm sure a lot of people will love this!!

Rob Shambin did a good job with the narration. I think my disinterest with the story made it hard to listen properly to the narration, but I can't fault Rob for that.

*I received a copy of this for review. This in no way affected my thoughts.*

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4 out of 5 stars
By Grace L. on 15-02-18

Lots of Twists

The story was scattered and a bit hard to follow at times, but that was because "Parkview" is a collection of short stories that intertwine. In the end, I enjoyed this book, particularly the twist ending.

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