- File Size: 215 KB
- Print Length: 67 pages
- Publisher: Creativia; 2 edition (April 13, 2014)
- Publication Date: April 13, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00JO9C6RI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,658,082 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Like I said earlier it's a small novel, spanning little over 60 pages (on kindle). The book begins with little dodgy and schematic overlay of the actual story... and for a while you don't see where author is going with the story but then as we get more and more out of protagonist about his dreams and his obsession and everything in between.. We could fill in the pieces of this small puzzle.
Plot of the book is above average but not the one which makes one wonder in amazement about next page. To tell the truth it was kind-of depressing (but I guess that's clear from the book title :p )
I have no doubt in my mind that author is very talented, as this book has a plot that's very hard to convey in words. The book is very less about the story but more about representation of actual feeling of those events.
When I picked up this book I was expecting nothing from it, and to my surprise it was a good read. If I was to rate this book on story and writing style alone I might have given it 4 out of 5 but, as I am also considering how much story give back to me as a reader and its impact; I am rating it 3 of 5. Good story but no moral. A casual read. Thanks.
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But Patrick has also been receiving ghostly visits from a lady in black lace that pleadingly whispers to him to write the truth. He finds strange marks on his neck and has dreams that are not quite dreams.
Patrick is afraid that he's losing his sanity once again. But with the lease almost up on the house, he's also trying to finish writing the book and complete his research so that he can include the truth - if it's even there to be found.
The beginning of the story was somewhat muddled to me. It just felt a bit disjointed with no clear direction of where the story was going and was just sort of slow. About half way through though, the book really grabbed my attention and kept me riveted and I couldn't put it down until I had completed it.
For the most part it's really well written with only the occasional grammatical errors - but nothing that really detracts from the story.
The ending was very interesting and definitely not what I had seen coming. It also really portrayed just how people truly behave.
Overall it was definitely an enjoyable read (once I got past the first chapters and understood what was all going on) and it was quick and easy to get through with the surprising twists along the way. If you enjoy ghostly, suspense stories I think you'd enjoy this one.
Bleed to Love Her is a great story. Though it was a little slow to get started, I honestly couldn't put it down after it started to pick up. The author does a great job at really building up Patrick's character, while allowing the audience to get into his head. You can really feel the emotions pouring off the pages as you read along. There were a few grammatical errors that I caught, but nothing that really took away from the story for me. I would highly recommend this book and author to anyone looking for something good to read, and I will be looking forward to reading more from this author as well. Great job!