First Impressions: The series had great pacing at the beginning, first chapter was brilliantly portrayed and easily kept me interested. Not too many characters, which made things simple and easy to keep track of. The urban legend that is the main premise of the story was explained very early on, which made things easier. Overall, the first few chapters do a fantastic job of drawing readers in.
Things I liked: The way the story started, it jumped right in, Good suspense, The origin/backstory of the Lolita ,Pacing, THE PLOT TWIST
Things I didn't like: tory needed more empathies on the relationship between the protagonist the other characters,
(such as the younger sister, friends, family) because when these characters are killed off, its hard for the reader to empathize for the protagonist if the said characters didn’t seem to close to him originally. A little generic, with the way the suspense sequences were carried out especially.
Final Thoughts: A bit generic for the genre, the deaths of characters were predictable (not the way they died, but if they died or not) I did like what they did with the plot twist and the backstory/explanation of the Lolita or the urban legend