Hey everyone, how is it going?! I’m back again with a review of The Night Stalker by Robert Bryndza.
I have to say I had high hopes for this book and I was not disappointed! I thought The Night Stalker was brilliantly written and a real thriller, it kept me on the edge of my seat.
We hit the ground running with this book, which I really enjoyed and that quick pace kept up throughout the entire book, something I felt made it feel realistic to the topic at hand. I loved how every page and chapter brought something new to the story, it kept it’s momentum.
The Night Stalker made me question everything that was written, look at every character we were introduced to with a bit of suspicion and I didn’t trust anyone, Bryndza did an excellent job of building that suspicion, fear and tension. At points I was even questioning our lead detective, I had no idea who it ended up being right up to the last second.
I didn’t warm to the main character, Erika, I thought she was behaving a little bit entitled at points but I feel that only added a bit of reality and grit to the story.
When the killer was revealed halfway through the book I was confused as to why Bryndza did that, but as I continued to read and the story progressed it made sense and it made the book, for me, stand out amongst a sea of others of this genre.
On the whole, I enjoyed The Night Stalker so much! And I will definitely recommend it to anyone and everyone.