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The Tie That Binds....
on 14 May 2012
The tie that binds....
I thoroughly enjoyed Carolyn's previous novel and couldn't wait for this book to be released, thankfully I wasn't disappointed. At times it proved to be very sad and disturbing, however it also made me laugh and on occasion feel warm inside. But most importantly of all it was incredibly thought provoking. What if....there is genuine documented cases to support both theories/arguments. I for one am a great believer in the credibility of both.
As before the content of the book is very well put together. Each of the characters personalities oozed from the pages and I was able to connect, in some way or form, with each and every one of them. Yes, even Ruen!
The demonic little beast even managed to fool me on the odd occasion, uncomfortably so, with his false promises and seemingly genuine acts of friendship. When I found myself warming to him in the beginning I had to mentally remind myself of what and who he was, the very essence of evil.
All that aside, in order to successfully combine acute debilitating mental health disorders with the possibility of demonic possession, this book couldn't have been written by a more apt author.
An excellent easy read and well worth your valuble time.