I like this foray into adult literature - not that it really seems much different from KB's YA novels. His writing is of that certain style that easily transcends the audiences.
This book was full of suspense and tension and twists and turns. It kept me on the edge of my seat, turning the pages as quickly as I could, reading as fast as I dared.
But wow, was it brutal. So, I cringed and squirmed in some parts, but I'm a wimp and so I can't wait to read the next book and find out what happens next. Because despite all of the graphic gore I think I'm addicted.
Reminds me a little of Ian Rankin's Rebus. Only Craine isn't a detective inspector and he swims in whisky.