Lausanne, April 2016
The standalone sequel to The Three, this is the one with the cruise ship with the medium aboard. A number of ‘ghost’ incidents that culminated in the ship docking at a dystopian version of reality.
I can’t decide how I felt about this book. It wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t great. I liked the idea and read it on the strength of Lotz’s first book. It felt like the middle kept setting up but failing to lead to much and then the end, because of this, felt like it came out of nowhere.