#Review ~ The Haunting of Littlefoot Orphanage by Martina Marie

Posted November 14, 2016 by Michelle in Review / 6 Comments

I was really excited about this book and I actually thought it had great potential. I enjoyed it over all however, I did have an issue with the development with the characters. I think it was missing a lot of that. It seemed like a group of kids just thrown together. None really knew who the other was and to be honest neither did I. As a scary story I really thing this book has great potential it just need more of a build. It was a very quick read and I did overall enjoy it but it seemed, to me, that it was missing something.

Overall I enjoyed it for a quick read but I wanted a lot more in character and setting. Maybe even a back story would have worked. I would be happy to read more from this author because I really think she has a good writing style that I like.

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6 responses to “#Review ~ The Haunting of Littlefoot Orphanage by Martina Marie

    • It really was just missing a lot of details and backstory. I didn’t feel any character was connected to each other and I didn’t connect with any of them either.