Ravyn: A Psychological Thriller Kindle Edition
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- Publication date : July 19, 2019
- File size : 1081 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 403 pages
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07V5K77N4
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #709,912 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Then she meets Dr Maxwell and everything is about to change for her. He is in the neurology field and offers her help. She has the opportunity to go to Alaska and stay at Ravyn Manor and find out what is bothering her and maybe get her memory back that she so desperately wants.
Only when she gets to the Manor she has worse nightmares and migraines and her visions are showing her something she has no idea about. Will she find the truth out or is danger lurking closer to the surface than she expects?
Billie Dale sure weaves one heck of a story here. I had so many questions going through my head and with each new nugget dropped I was going out of mind with anticipation of who to trust, what to believe, and how is this story going to pan out. A fantastically twisted story filled with suspense and danger that had me on the edge of my seat from the start.
From page 1, I was captivated. It kept me on the edge of my seat and had me rooting for.... haha :)
LOVE this author!!!!
Will read more from her!
I was on board for this mystery ride with Carolyne and hoped she would get some assistance with her issues when she got to Valdez. Upon her arrival things seemed to be moving along nicely and then for me things started lagging. Just as I was about to put the book down things started picking up and my interest was recaptured.
Then it seemed like things got a bit repetitious and my interests started waning again, once the journals were discovered things definitely sped up again as more and more of the mystery was revealed. While the writing was solid for me just too many things started getting tossed into the mix. Just when you think it was wrapping up it would take another wild twist, then another, then another at that point I was a bit worn out with the emotional and mental toll that Coralyne was going through. The ending thou will make you go “Wait What?!!?” it’s not a cliff hanger but man wow…is all I will say.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
I just couldn't put this down, I read all through the night completely engrossed and invested in the eventual outcome here.
The brilliantly descriptive prose just pulled me in and the language used here had such a lyrical memorising quality to it.
This really was a fabulous experience and half the time I just didn't know what to think with the many twists and turns employed throughout the story.
The basic premise here is Coralyne James after a life-altering incident that has left her with amnesia, in therapy and on a daily cocktail of pills also eviction from her home is on the near horizon as her funds are running dry from all her medical bills agrees to groundbreaking experimental treatment at the hand's of DR Maxwell Hough a renowned expert in the neurology field.
But with Maxwell's own wife in a coma with a brain injury, Coralyne will need to move into his house in Alaska where his wife resides for treatment where they will be cut off from civilisation for a length of time because of adverse weather conditions.
So this really was a page-turner.
The whole mysterious vibe surrounding Ravyns Nest and its residents was just so tantalising.
Nightmares, strange visions of little girls and a sense of familiarity surround Coralyne in her temporary new home and despite her aversion to touch Coralyne feels at ease and strangely connected to Max almost instantly.
What has she buried and what doesn't she want to recall as the visions start coming thick and fast this was like a runaway train with no final destination.
Just Brilliant and that final finale just no words, adored every second of this journey.
This one is a book I highly recommend as a psychological thriller it's not incredibly taxing to decipher but it still really managed to capture my imagination so completely and I adored every single word.
I voluntary reviewed a copy of Ravyn.