So this was a pretty good book about afamily with a creepy secret- they're cannibals. This isn't a spoiler, by the way: even though the word cannibal isn't actually used until about halfway through the book, it's pretty obvious what the Savage's 'feasts' consist of.
I liked the dark humour the author uses to lift what would otherwise be quite a horrific storyline.
The humour probably isn't to everyone's taste (no pun intended), but I liked it.
The characters seem very ... ordinary, considering their horrible culinary tastes. Sasha was really well-adjusted, considering grisly murders took place in her house on a regular basis, and I liked that she rebelled against her family by becoming vegetarian. I wasn't really surprised her brother was a sociopath, though.
I guess if I had to criticise, I'd say that not much really happens. the main plot revolves around the fact that a private investigator is poking around Mr Savage's business dealings and that Sasha is dating a vegetarian. You just know that someone is goingtoend up in the cooking pot at the end and while I liked the twist at the end, there wasn't enough plot in the rest of the book to really excite me.