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Top Customer Reviews
I loved this story from beginning to end. It was superbly written and held my attention the whole way.
I particularly liked the 'boy's' story (I don't give spoilers) and would have liked more of that side of things.
It is a fantastic tale of good versus evil, with believable characters, wonderful descriptions and fabulous suspense.
There aren't many books that I've enjoyed as much as this, and I would highly recommend it.
The second tale is based in the present and tells the story of a dissatisfied Reverend called Aaron. Aaron is a religious man but is having doubts about that religion and his position within the church. But things become much worse when Aaron trips in church and has a vision. He finds himself in a dark, stone library watching a group of monks whipping a small child. Outraged by their activities, Aaron shields the boy from the blows of the whip. Even though the monks can't see or hear Aaron, Aaron can feel the blows. The monks give up on beating the boy and Aaron returns to the present to discover that the vision has only taken seconds (when it felt like hours) and that his back is crossed with bloody whip marks.
After showing his friend Lena (who is a nurse) the scars on his back, Aaron is prescribed some sleeping pills to stop him hurting himself when he `sleep walks'. The pills stop any more visions, but on a visit to his local psychiatric home, Aaron is introduced to a severely autistic boy called Lucien who looks exactly like the boy from the dark library in his visions!
Eventually, Aaron becomes Lucien's guardian and soon discovers that it is something much darker than a mental illness that haunts him.Read more ›
The story has some quite detailed accounts of the characters lives and upbringings and some readers may find this a little unsettling to read but, as a whole, the author does write the story very well.
Reviewed by Laura
***This book was given free for an honest review***
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Again my daughter was in charge of my books and she put this one on my tablet and so far it's goodPublished on 31 Dec. 2013 by D Jameson
I've just finished reading 'Sins of the Father'. The story held me from the first page and I had to keep reading as the excitement built.Published on 30 Aug. 2012 by Griffonlady