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The Red Chair: Literary Edition with Book Group Discussion Questions (Grace Simms Trilogy) (Volume 1) Paperback – September 24, 2014
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About the Author
Danna Wilberg is a multi-award-winning, short-film maker who produces and hosts two television programs in Sacramento, California. "Paranormal Connection" covers topics such as communicating with the spirit world, UFOs, astral projection, remote viewing, self-healing, past lives, astrology, spirit guides, tarot cards, and alternative health. "Story Connection" focuses on the “story” behind the story and includes interviews from a variety of artists and ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Danna has been writing romantic suspense and paranormal fiction for more than ten years. Her novel, "The Red Chair," is the first release in her Grace Simms Trilogy published by Pretty Road Press. "The Grey Door" and "The Black Dress" are scheduled for release in 2015. Danna weaves messages from the universe in her story telling and attributes her success to hard work and a persistent muse.
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There is something going on between the lines. I kept wondering why the protagonist, a 30ish (beautiful) psychologist was thinking about sex all the time (I had completely forgotten what it was like to be single and young!), and then it started to feel as if the author was doing something (not saying something but doing something) with that. Of course it was sweet and yummy just like in every book that is plugged as a romance; but it was juxtaposed by what seemed like reams of disturbed patients coming through her door. As with any formula mystery, the reader is triggered to decide which patient might be the one who is truly dangerous (hence the knife on the front cover), but Wilberg is only partially sticking to novel writing rules. For one thing, there are too many patients to choose from. That does something to the reader, too, like it might in real life (or maybe I am just not as clever as some readers).
Nevertheless, this is more than formula writing. Much more. There is no long action sequence at the end, followed by the long dialogue scene which wraps everything up, which always bores the heck out of me (and I toss the book down). Not everything ends tidily, even though one would expect it not to wrap up so easily in a trilogy. Big questions hover at the end, not little ones - big life questions that one might ask oneself.. Read it for yourself and decide. I couldn't put this book down easily, and when I did, the characters hung around me until I picked it up again. That doesn't happen to me very often these days. There is so much junk writing out there. This one is gold.
The Red Chair is one of those books that hooks and grabs you, and you find yourself reading until the wee hours of the morning, when you should be asleep. The story had me on edge, and in a state of fear for Grace Simms, the main character. The fear spilled over and I began to hear strange noises in my house, and I had to sleep with the lights on!
The characters the author created are complex and intriguing, especially Jess Bartell. The wave of tension and suspense kept me glued to The Red Chair and I finished it much too quickly. My mistake was not buying the trilogy all at once, so I had to wait for the delivery of The Grey Door, and The Black Dress.
I loved the touch of the psychic element that was woven into the story. I urge others to grab a seat, and experience The Red Chair. You can’t read just one!
I'm hooked and want to read her next book! What an entertaining and suspenseful story. It's not my usual genre but I'm thrilled that I picked up this book as a part of my vacation read. The well developed plot, characters, and dialogues kept me turning the pages. Since I'm a local Sacramentan, the local backdrop added another layer of reading enjoyment. I highly recommend The Red Chair, especially if you're traveling, vacationing, or just reading on your phone while waiting for your turn in line or at the doctor's office.