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I'm At My Breaking Point AKA a review of THE SHATTER POINT by Jon O'Bergh

Review copy provided courtesy of the author 
In Pasadena, California, Ruth is an elderly widow, Paul and Donna are her new neighbors across the street turning their home into an extreme haunted house, and Asher is a college student with a girlfriend who loves danger. All these characters collide, and someone will hit their breaking point.

I honestly wasn't entirely sure what to expect from this story. Was it going to be horror? Or more of a thriller? That uncertainty stayed in place for most of my reading experience, but in the end I would say it's a character focused, slow burning thriller.

Now to rip off the bandaid so I can get to the good stuff. Something about the ending just didn't fully land with me. I didn't find it bad by any means, it just didn't seem to have enough build up to have the impact I really wanted from it. I definitely did NOT see it coming though, and can see it being incredibly satisfying and shocking for other readers, so I think it could …

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