The Call is not for the tame or the faint-hearted. At times it got quite gruesome, and quite often stepped outside of reality.
In The Call, there are several POV's--for the most part the transition between POV's were seamless--but at times, it wasn't causing me to stumble in my reading a bit.
But, this was a unique book with a unique premise and even more unique characters.
In fact it is the "uniqueness" of this novel that is its strong suit. It's definitely unlike anything I've ever read, and I think those of you who enjoy all things strange will revel in this book--and it's other worldliness.
It's absolutely otherworldly.
To be honest, my thoughts are a little jumbled on this one. On the one hand, this was interesting, and unique book. On the other, I am completely weirded out and couldn't explain this book if I tried.
It's one of those books you have to read to understand--but be warned it's a scary place to be.
If I had to say, I'd say it's worth reading if you really enjoy horror, and don't mind a little blood. Pretty perfect for the upcoming holiday--Halloween, of course. *insert evil laugh here.*
Characters You Can Root For
Keeps You on your Toes