The Fear produced extreme fear, and a strange kind of icckiness in me, I was scared to read, yet I was fascinated with the story. I have always enjoyed C. L. Taylor’s novels, but this by far, was the most different amongst them, dealing with a difficult topic. Kudos to her
Taylor’s characters, her story, and her character development, their complexities have a strange eerie quality to them. You know something is going to happen but you just don’t know when. The story is narrated in multiple points of view, the ladies who form the main characters.
Lou the main character, who at the age of 14, ran away with her teacher Mike, who had ‘groomed‘ her in the weeks prior. The story starts by following Lou’s present life with excerpts into the past. She is still haunted by the…
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