All Things Cease to Appear by Elizabeth Brundage review
It’s good, but that’s it.
It doesn’t have much intrigue. It starts with the murder, but she narrates the events before it’s resolved and one can already guess, more or less, who’s responsible. The writing is pleasant but, at the same time, weird. The dialogues don’t stand out, particularly; they are lost in the middle of the narration. This interrupts the fluidity of the reading rather than help it.
The character of the dead woman’s husband should be highlighted, since he’s quite weird.
The ending is quite disappointing, apart from expected. And the person responsible for the murder doesn’t receive enough punishment, in my opinion.