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I liked this book quite a lot to start with, as the idea of the curse on the town and the way they had dealt with it over the last few centuries and into the present time was very interesting, but as the story progressed I found a few things grated on me.
It was mostly told from the point of view of several of the town’s inhabitants, but would suddenly switch to omniscient third party, which was jarring. I also found the dynamics of the Grant family utterly unbelievable, which was a problem since they were at the centre of events.
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