Daddy’s Back (Book 3 of Baby Talk Series)
My Rating: 💙💙💙💙 1/2 (4.5)
Format: Advance Digital Review Copy
Publisher: Self Published
Genres: Fiction, Horror, Thriller
Synopsis/Blurb (taken from Amazon):
“It’s been six months since Neal Becker was convicted of the murder of his mother-in-law. He’s been committed to the Central State Psychiatric Hospital for life.
Meanwhile, ‘poor, innocent’ Baby Natasha is in the custody of Susan Matlow, the compassionate nurse who helped ‘rescue’ her from her criminally insane father.
Neal knows what his daughter is. And he knows he only has one chance to stop her from causing more death and destruction.
He has to break out of the asylum, avoid the intensive statewide manhunt, track down Natasha, kidnap her…
…and take her to an exorcist.”
My Thoughts & Review
Firstly, I would like to start by thanking Mike for sending me an eARC of this book in return for a honest and unbiased review. As some of you already know I have read and posted reviews of the first two books in the series already. I really enjoyed reading both of them, but this one is my favourite one of all.
I managed to read this book in two days. I was so engrossed every time I picked up my Kindle that I didn’t want to do anything else.
This book continues to be creepy and dark. A great book to read to the build-up of Halloween.
I thought this third book is well written and the characters Neal and baby Natasha develop consistently throughout the three books and the strength of their development is shown in this book. We are introduced to some new characters in this third book but the way they are brought into the book makes it feel like they have been there in the background from the beginning.
I really enjoyed the twist at the end of the book, I have to admit I wasn’t expecting it all.
Overall a great read, that I highly recommend. I think this book could probably be read as a standalone but I would personally recommend that you read the first two books.
THIS BOOK WILL BE AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE AND DOWNLOAD ON AMAZON ON 31ST OCTOBER 2018