Book Review: Hyde: An Urban Fantasy
A solid four stars for Hyde: An Urban Fantasy.
Hyde was a little slow to begin with but it got interesting very quickly.
To survive, they must embrace what they most despise…in themselves and in each other.
I’ve always been intrigued by the Jekyll/Hyde myth. It’s intriguing to imagine a serum which could turn an unassuming man into a murderous monster.
In this incarnation Mitchell Turner is a descendant of the original Jekyll who has gained some sort of control over his Hyde, but at what cost?
Eden Colfax is sleepwalking. Again. Only this time she’s waking up in bed with strange men, in places she’s never been before, totally naked or wearing clothes she’s never seen before.
This isn’t much of a mystery but it is an intriguing and interesting read.
The intrigue is in the attraction/revulsion Eden and Mitchell feel for each other and the fact we don’t know who is really pulling the strings behind what’s happening.
It is continued in Jekyll and Strange Case. Both of which I plan on reading once I finish my current read.