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A Difficult Mirror Paperback – September 18, 2013
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About the Author
Benjamin X. Wretlind has been--at different times, of course--a fry cook, range boy, greens maintenance technician, reservations agent, room service attendant, editor, banquet server, meteorologist, instructor, program manager for Internet applications, curriculum developer, training simulation engineer and certification coordinator. Exciting stuff, to be sure. There was that one time he took flight on the wings of an F-16, but he puked. All in all, the important thing to remember is that Benjamin is a writer. He has penned a few novels, deleted a few novels, edited a few novels and is, of course, writing a few novels as he continues through this life in front of him. His wife, Jesse, is an artist and counselor, which helps dealing with the five kids they raise as well as a dog, a rabbit, two hamsters, a gerbil and three fish.
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Top Customer Reviews
This was an extremely well written book that brought alive the characters, whose strands intertwined with each other to such an extent that on one level we could see that everything is connected. It is a lengthy piece where the reader must concentrate on the intricacies, so as not to miss the layer upon layer of meaning.
The world beyond - or within - depending upon your point of view, is filled with secrets and discoveries into the lives of the characters, where memories are explored and decisions left wanting.
Can they learn the lessons and move on, or will they be forever locked into a Hell of their own making?
On the edge of my seat most of the time in the book, I felt myself holding my breath. It is that exciting and suspenseful. The characters like Marie Evans are well developed and descriptions into the void are very well received.
I love the structure of this book from modern to fantasy and back. It is unique and a welcome change. I found A Difficult Mirror to be a clean and crisp book that fits into many categories. This book has it all and I hope the author has more in store because I am a new fan of Benjamin X. Wretlind.
I highly recommend this book for an Awesome read and I know you will enjoy this very creative and master story teller's work 5 stars
A Difficult Mirror is a difficult book to describe easily. Is it a crime story about a little girl's kidnapping? Is it a horror story about a deranged killer preying on women? Is it a fantasy about unsuspecting travelers being suck into a bizarre world?
Yes! A Difficult Mirror is what you find yourself staring into when you are forced to examine your past. Wretlind forces us to think about how we would react if dropped into a strange unknown world to face our worst decisions. Do you have the strength of will to persevere and find your way to the truth?
A Difficult Mirror starts off oddly and then gets weird. You follow the cast of characters realizing you may have traveled the same path as they did. Don’t look too deeply into the blackness of the human heart, Wretlind will pull you in.
His well crafted characters transform from words to living breathing beings each in turn telling me of their trials and tribulations. When you read a Wretlind novel, you don't just read through it. No. You linger within his worlds and mingle with his people; quickly becoming engrossed. This novel is no different.
Poor Justine, only four years old and trapped in an unknown place. You will feel her fear, and the other characters desperation seeps through the pages. It's an epic tale in the vein of Stephen King's "The Stand" that cannot and should not be missed.
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