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Lost Souls (Book Two of The Lost Trilogy): A Paranormal Mystery Paperback – May 25, 2018
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Anne Francis Scott is an accomplished author, taking readers into a world which is scary at best … but terrifying when the time period is considered. We’re not looking here at a misty 17th century London, or Bavaria—this is modern day USA.
Events are recalled from the first book, but the delivery is not contrived. Through well-placed character thoughts and dialogue, we are reminded of the horrors and the location.
When the good guys are joining forces (on several levels), there is a sense of tension as one or two have to accept what it is they’re dealing with, and they have to put aside personal issues. There are scenes involving several characters which are well-choreographed.
All of the characters (including the dog) are well-rounded and believable.
The antagonist isn’t carrying a gun or blowing people up, but he is a shady character in the worst possible way. Henchmen are involved, as would be expected and they come out of the woodwork as the mystery deepens and the suspense builds. If you like that whisper in the wind, or that unexplained voice creeping inside your head, you’ll love this story.
Imagery can be difficult in mainstream genres, but it takes a skilled hand to scare me in broad daylight—thanks again, Anne.
I don’t know if I’m looking forward to the third book ... but I'll be buying into it when it comes.
Creepy at times, especially the thing about the nightmares Toni had.
I know how it feels to have nightmares ...
I loved the little things in this book, like Toni saying sorry to a tree.
So you can see and feel how precious nature and life is for Anne.
I think there could be a little more funny moments with Jack though.
Can't get enough of Jack. I love hat dog.
I'm not very good in reviews but I hope this will do.
It was a great book, witch can give you nightmares, so watch it LOL.