Abomination - Whitta Gary

Promoted as an alternate Medieval England with magic, this could have taken place everywhere in Fantasy-land. (Especially since most of this kind of fantasy settings are England anyway). I may sound a bit harsh but I was really disappointed as I expected more of a historical fantasy thriller kind of book.


Wulfric, after fighting the terrible abominations and defeating their master, is himself turned into an abomination of a greater scale: he transforms every night into one and goes on a killing spree. Apparently, he's also immortal.


This book was so slow! I had to really get myself to read it every time again. There were some times that it felt like maybe it was getting better at last, but in the end it never did. The premise was interesting enough. I think it's partly because it felt like a very long book for the story it told in the end. Also, I never felt a real connection to the characters. And the ending, it was super convenient and had me facepalm multiple times. This book was clearly not for me.


Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!