When a series of child abductions and murders disrupt the life of an economically blighted community, the consequences have far-reaching implications. The brutal crimes take a different toll on a disparate group of individuals; the scuba diver who retrieves the children’s bodies; the disfigured cellist who thinks he knows who’s responsible; the undercover federal agent; and the mother of one of the victim’s. United in a situation not of their choosing, they are forced to take a deep, introspective look into their intersected, yet isolated lives
Publisher: Wattle Publishing, Nov 2013
Reviewer: Yvonne Arbuthnot
Entropy is the story of a serial child murderer told from the perspective of four people who are intertwined with the story in various guises and although I enjoyed the telling the authors use of flowery composition and repetition detracted from my full enjoyment of this book. The characters fulfilled their obligation by drawing me in and there were moments of intensity, however, I was disappointed by the ending, I felt there could have been more; maybe the author is planning a sequel.
I would give this book a 3 star rating