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I really liked Leo Kane's writing style, so full of descriptive prose. I read several sentences more than once, just to savior the words. I really felt like I was a part of the story and got to know and understand each of the different characters. As the author revealed more and more of Jacob/Jake’s life, I began to empathize with him and realized he was a victim as much as being a victimizer.
I only have two complaints. One, the story bounced back and forth from past to present. It was confusing at times, and I think the author became confused too, as I found some inconsistencies in the time line. My second complaint was the ending. It ended with a sizzle instead of a bang. I was expecting a bang, so I was left feeling disappointed.
But, all in all, I liked the story, and with a little bit of editing, this would be a really great book. Not bad for a first novel and I would definitely read other books from this author. I give it 4 feathers.
The authors approach is both mesmerizing and, like any hypnotist worth his/her salt, equally confusing. Many times I had to stop and re-read, searching for the meaning behind the meaning; seeking truth where there, perhaps, wasn’t any to find. I felt the turmoil of the characters and was drawn into their psychosis with frightening clarity.
Hope is a tale not only of Hope, but of trauma and darkness and the slippery slopes of the human psyche. It kept me thoroughly beguiled and Im looking forward to book two of the series.
A stunning cover with a equally interesting blurb normally seals the decision for me.
It didn't disappoint.I read it in (almost) one sitting and didn't want to put it down as I got so caught up in the characters and wanted to know how the plot was going to unfold.The story is very well written as well as being throught provoking.The book ended leaving me looking forward to Book two.
A tremendous story with some truly shocking moments.
The writing style leaves vivid impressions in your mind and its like watching a movie rather than reading a book. This is a psychological fantasy thriller. I love this author, looking forward to getting my hands on more.
Stay with the story you won't be disappointed. What's even better is this is just the first book in the series and the second book was even better, this book sets you up for a rollercoaster ride.
Loved it. Loved the second book and hoping for a third!