Thi whole underwater graveyard scenario was creepy as hell ... But then let 's talk about the attempted sense of creepy/horror " thing " that tries to " permeate " the story .... it did n't work.
And nce again, let the cliché feast begin.Like what happened with the fifth essa, " romance " is just pitiable.
And soap-opera like? So like the first story_ ( view spoiler) [ remember the scene when she 's with Devlin?
( hide spoiler) ]_ in this one, the scenes where the characters som of th sudden decide to throw themselves at each other in a sudden fit of passion, were really strange, and eye-rolling inducing .... you know, because the EVIL was messing with them.
Instead she 's lways thinking about Devlin and his dead son, and after a while the thing just transformed itself into a creepy soap-opera! In the nd, Amelia is probably one of my least avourite characters, and after th ook, I most ertainly migh not be reading the third one.Honestly, for me, _and I do n't hink I ever aid this!