It's Wednesday in Hidden Falls, ten days since the banquet and Quinn's disappearance. Today it all comes together. The mystery is revealed.
What's the final evaluation? The mystery of Quinn's disappearance pretty much made sense. There were several red herrings in the course of the episodes. Some events that seemed so important at the time were of no importance in the end. The reason for Quinn's disappearance is fully explained but not (to my satisfaction) the fact that he failed to communicate with anyone while he was gone. But then, if he had, we would not have had the mystery.
The one odd part of the novel was Ethan's heritage. It pretty much got revealed but I am not sure it had any real impact on the plot. It almost seems like it just filled up plot space, so to speak.
Probably the most rewarding aspect of the novel is the relationships that changed over the time of Quinn's absence. Cousins are finally friends. Old sweethearts are finally together again. New sweethearts are making their way to the future.
This was a fun series to read, a chunk at a time. I wonder how it would read in one setting.
I received a complimentary egalley of this episode from the publisher for the purpose of an independent and honest review.
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Review 2 for Hidden Falls: Distinguishing Marks - Episode 13 - eBook
pretty expensive "book"
Date:April 2, 2014
This is a very fascinating and well written "book" but each episode is like one chapter of a compete book. One cannot be read independent from the others. When you must buy each chapter, it becomes a costly book. You don't know this until you have purchased the first episode.