- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 477 KB
- Print Length: 128 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: D.M. Earl; 1 edition (10 May 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00XH2IFZA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #759,671 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I look forward to the next book so that I can see just what happens next, and what lies ahead for Quinn and Stone. I'm excited to see what kind of rollercoaster ride D.M. Earl plans to takes us on.
I had the priviledge to recieve an ARC for my honest review.
(reviewer with Hellmouth Bookblog & Reviews)
Anguish is quite a thriller of a novel, and it is just the beginning of the trilogy. The story starts off explosive as the past collides with the present. Quinn relives a part of her past when a certain person comes back for a visit. Scared, she fights back and doesn't realize that a stranger she never met but dreams about has been watching her for years.
The story line has quite the conflict involved. Quinn must protect herself and her family at all costs. I believe the climax will continue to grow as the series continues. Certain people are out to destroy Quinn at all costs. It will be interesting to see how the situation resolves itself. Who will be alive at the end of the story?
Quinn was quite the heroine. She was courageous, a fighter, and passionate about her family. Quinn uses her journals to process the horrors she experienced and the anger she had felt. When she initially meets this stranger, Quinn realizes that this person read her journals. That was so wrong on many levels. Quinn has never released what she experienced to anyone. The hero of the story is a surprise. We don't know too much about him. As the trilogy progresses I know he will become a huge part of the story.
I do have to give readers a warning. While you do not read the horrors in detail there is some discussion of what happened to Quinn in the book. It is a horror that I would never wish upon anyone. I can assure you that the whole book does not consist of this violence, but just be aware that there is a section that discusses certain violent actions. If you can handle that then I believe you will find the book has quite a few plusses to it. The biggest being the characters. From friends to family the characters are the highlight of the Anguish. That is what caught my attention while reading.
***I received this story for free in exchange for an honest review, see more of my review @ http://jmhoward2007.blogspot.com ***
I wanted more information rather than the very basic. Story could be great just needs more development. Do I care about the characters? The heroine yes the anti hero Stone? Bleh. I wanted to love it since I really love this author but has potential.
Do I recommend? Yes, this is a three part series and like I said the potential is there and I trust this author can deliver.
So one click and start this new dark trilogy.