Audiobook Review: Snakewood by Adrian Selby
Reviews / April 12, 2016

Oh, this is not an easy review to write. Ultimately, this is a book I wanted to love, or at least like, but truthfully I struggled with it. I will say, I enjoyed all the words as they were written, I felt the prose was incredibly well done. So while reading any given page I felt like I was enjoying the book at that particular moment. But when I would look at the big picture, and the story over all, that was not the case. If I stopped reading, I was perfectly content to not return. I also felt like I wasn’t retaining the details like I should be, so at times I would stop and just feel unsure how what I just read fit into the rest of the story, or maybe just try to remember details of what I just read. It all came down to the structure for me. I enjoyed the prose, but never felt invested in the characters or overall story. The format of telling the story through found footage is one that I’ve seen a few times recently in books that I loved. The Three by Sarah Lotz, The Last Days of Jack Sparks by Jason…