The Savior (Psychological thriller) Kindle Edition
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The Savior by Natasha Salnikova is a chilling psychological thriller about a group of girls that are lured into a demonic group by a man named Dennis. He uses his brother's special "talent" for talking to God to manipulate the girls in very disturbing ways.
When I first started reading the book, I was immediately drawn into the world the author created. The characters were perfectly developed and I loved the twin girls, Violet and Lily. The storyline starts off very dark with a murder/suicide and only gets darker from there when Lily is invited into the group. There were many times where the plot had an unexpected twist, which always makes for a good read.
While I would love to give The Savior five stars, there was a good 75 pages where I felt like I was reading the same thing, just in different ways. There were so many interesting details in the first half of the book that when I hit this dry spot, I was very disappointed. There was an added love story in this part that I personally didn't think fit, but others would probably love.
The author did come back with more excitement in the last quarter of the book and it had a phenomenal ending. I don't know if there will be a sequel to The Savior, but I'm certainly hoping so.
I would recommend this book for adults who love a good thriller. Natasha Salnikova has become one of my new favorite indie authors and I hope you give this book a chance.
A real scare,to parents raising children today especially ones who have mental and DEFIANT problems. Found this Dennis a,disgusting individual who needed more help then his mentally challenged brother whom he refused to give him his meds.
Not a favorite reading. Would not recommend.
The writer did a good job of making Dennis appear crazed.
The author was descriptive in all the right ways without being annoying or overly technical.
The ending threw me off as it was not what I was expecting, but it was a good read for sure.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Though it was eerily similar to the story of the Manson family, there were enough differences to keep my interest. Read morePublished 8 months ago by greenheart1964
Really great read!Hard to put down!This writer is yet to let me down.A has happened and could happen again plot.Way to go keep the psychological thrillers coming.Published on May 4, 2013 by Katt
While the book wasn't bad, the writing tended to be rather choppy and disorganized. But I did finish it! Not so bad then.Published on February 18, 2013 by Mary Blazina
This author writes addictive stories that you don't put down. I loved the dynamics between characters and the similar theme of how dark suburbia can be. Read morePublished on September 30, 2012 by Dote
The characters are not believable. Violet is depicted as an extreme doormat and her parents act like zombies. The author needs to study the use of punctuation, especially commas. Read morePublished on June 29, 2012 by muffiemae
If you are intrigued with Marilyn Manson, sects, cults then you will love this book. It is captivating from the beginning all the way through. Read morePublished on June 17, 2012 by edbursch
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