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Shattered Souls (Zane Presents) Mass Market Paperback – September 30, 2008
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"Snappy dialogue, trash talk...and steamy sex keep the proceedings moving as the four...attempt to hold it together." -- Publishers Weekly
"Shattered Souls really enlightens, encourages, and forces us to examine our lives." -- Collen Dixon, author of Simon Says and Every Shut Eye
Top Customer Reviews
novel, you will meet four friends with shattered souls. In the
opening chapter we are introduced to Britton, taking a break from
life in the Dominican Republic; Damascus the gyrating, dancing gigolo
who does more than his share of bed hopping; Indera the risk taker
who owns a successful beauty salon and loves giving the fellas
attitude; lastly, Chyna who is educated, married and the mother of
four and living the life or is she? From the outside, all four of
these adults appear to be living the life, but if we took the time to
peel away some of the layers, would we find happiness or lost souls?
It is very rare that I can read a book with four main characters and
not lose focus. Dywane D. Birch did an excellent job of giving the
reader exactly what we needed to get to know the characters and feel
their abuse and pain. Each of them was abused and as I read their
story, I cried. I cried for their pain and cried in prayer that they
would survive. My only issue with the book was the font, it could've
been one point larger. This book made me angry at the injustices in
this world against children. Everyone needs to read this eye-opening novel, and I look forward to further works by this author.
Britton Landers runs away from his problems to the Dominican Republic but finally decides to face his past ghosts from childhood that made him begin to run in the first place. Indera Fleet, my girl because she gave cheating men what they deserved, is true and real to everyone but somehow she lied and degraded herself with her vengeful nature. Now, I gotta admit, she gave some people what they deserved but she took it to the extreme. We all know a Damascus Miles (well maybe some of us) but this brother finally realizes why he had to have one woman coming in and another going out the back door. Chyna Littles character bored me until she got with "the real" and stepped up to her ungrateful, psychotic daughter only after her daughter scratched the surface of a festering wound within her by calling her white.
Definitely a must-read if you enjoy racy, suspenseful novels that have you laughing at one moment and surprised and disgusted the next. -NM
This is a story of four friends who have had their own personal struggles, but they are still able to survive. They deal with their issues and try to accept their past. They are able to express their opinions and feelings and still remain friends. This book gives you an idea of how true friendship really can be.
I would and I did recommend it to our book club. This was a really good book.
Imani Sister: Mary
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love it. Cannot wait to read the
Second one. Great characters. Interesting story line.
Very moving book from beginning til the end
well written, loved all of Dywane D. Birch book, told people about his books.Published 18 months ago by Donna R. Brown
IT DEALS WITH REAL PROBLEMS PEOPLE GO THROUGH AND LETS YOH KNW THT YOU CAN STILL SUCEED IN ANYTHING YOU DO. Read morePublished on June 23, 2013 by Mrs. Dorsey
excellent author, I originally bought some of his books for a psych class but found his content interesting and purchased othersPublished on June 16, 2013 by Petrea R
This is the first novel that I've read by Mr. Birch and I must say his career is very promising. It is an art to introducing four main characters and keeping them intersting until... Read morePublished on October 10, 2011 by T. Davillier
I'm glad I didn't start with this book by this author or I never would've gotten to "Beneath the Bruises" which I loved. Read morePublished on November 10, 2009 by Linda Y
This is the 1st book that I've read of Dwyane Birch, and I must say that I was very impressed. The characters were depicted in real life settings. Read morePublished on August 3, 2009 by Special2
I enjoyed this book it had so much drama going on I didn't want to put it down. The characters were exciting except for Brit he was kind of boring, Tee was the bomb, Chyna I don't... Read morePublished on June 21, 2009 by Kindle Customer