I am honored to reblog this post from one of my students!
Maledicus, written by Charles F. French, was an interesting and well-written novel. I found myself glued to the pages because the events which took place in the book were mostly unpredictable. There were many aspects of the novel which contributed to my liking such as the short chapters, flashbacks, and exciting storyline.
The short chapters contained throughout the novel were one of my favorite aspects. I enjoyed the short, almost choppy, chapters because they added to the suspense and fear present in the story. I found myself unable to put the book down. The short chapters created cliffhangers which always left me looking for more. I found myself continually guessing what would happen next and creating somewhat of my own storyline in my head. I believe that author Charles F. French utilized the short chapters well as he effectively created more suspense and fear using this writing style.
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