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I was absorbed into the book from the beginning. It starts off quickly and was very compelling. There is a dark and foreboding feel, but this drew me in and made me want to keep reading because I was just sure something was around the next page.
The characters are well developed, and I felt as if I got to know them. The story is told from a third person view, and the story line moves around in and out of the characters' lives. I thought that the author did a good job connecting the dots and tying each character's story to the main story.
Soul's Prisoner definitely drew me in and held my interest. I can recommend this one as a good read. You can find the book on Amazon here. And you can find more information about the book and author below.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
ABOUT THE BOOK
Chicago, Winter, 1891
Rachel is in danger. She s seen too much.
She creeps along the cement walls through the dank underbelly of the asylum. She d never planned to leave her quiet farm life, never thought she d find a place in the city, never imagined she d be in the kind of danger that would have her cowering in Dunning s cold, labyrinthine basement.
Jenny has finally found her place. After a childhood of abuse, she has friends, a real job, and her only wish is to give her adopted son the kind of life she never had.
A life of stability, without the risk and uncertainty of a father.
But when Jeremy, Rachel s brother, stumbles into their warehouse, asking for help to find his missing sister, Jenny s carefully constructed life begins to crumble.
If you would like to read the first chapter of Soul's Prisoner, go HERE.
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