I’ve been a Mae Clair fan for some time now, and Book 2 of her Hode’s Hill series has been on my TBR pile for quite a while. I’m so glad I waited until I wasn’t rushed to read it, as I was able to take my time and thoroughly enjoy Ms. Clair’s latest offering.
To my mind, End of Day has a distinctly darker flavour than other Clair books – something I personally loved – and it delivers the usual tense, tightly-paced story and excellent writing I’ve come to expect from Clair. An example of Clair’s exquisite way with words is;
“The chapel was small, newly built, the smell of sawdust as heavy as the twin augers of anger and fear boring through the heart of every man in the gathering.” (from “End of Day (A Hode’s…
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