Do any characters grow or change during the course of the novel? Jack Tremont has more than one issue to deal with. He causes the accident of a little girl. It takes him more time than he would like to admit for him to deal with the aftermath. While his wife is able to handle the root of the incident, once they move and Jack starts relating strange experiences only he seems to observe, the reader can see the beginning of the end for his marriage. He changes and grows in every chapter, not always for the better.
What motivates a given character’s actions? Dealing with the past. Each of the characters, even in Prescott, are all dealing with some past issue. Nothing comes out in the open and these secrets make the reader suspect every character. Is there really something parnormal happening or is there a logical explanation to all of the strange happenings? You'll have to read this excellent book to find out.
Which characters do you particularly admire or dislike? Jack does his best to put Sarah's interest ahead of his own even when others don't believe him. Some parts in the book, even the reader easily doubts Jack and you feel the rising need to separate father and child. So glad I was wrong and Jack was the likeable character he started out to be.
Disclosure - As a Quality Reads Book Club member, I received a free copy of this book from the author via Orangeberry Book Tours in exchange for my honest review.