Publish date: May 31st 2011
Publisher: Loose Id
Pages no: 133
Edition language: English
Series: Last Line (#1)
“Rise above as you sink below. Twisting thoughts of the past unknown. Nothing stable. Nothing sane. So much loss. Imaginary gain....Chaos nothing but a little passing strife. Take my hand and follow me. Let’s get lost together on life’s rolling sea. One, two, three, four, madness knocking at your do...
“He crouched beside Michael. The prisoner had vomited from the pain and the blows to his gut. Carefully, Anzhel raised him out of the mess. He drew him into his lap. He produced a spotless white handkerchief with the gesture of unfolding a wing, and cleaned his mouth with tender care. “Poor Mikhaili...
This takes some mental acuity not to get lost between the supernatural and the brainwashing elements, but it is powerful. Watching Michael unravel and then twist and break and recoil is exhausting. As horrible as it is you can't look away. The degree of psychological conditioning and its success is ...
This was a... hard book to read. In some respects, I can see the appeal of it. It can be an entertaining and dark read depending on the reader. But if you have hang ups like I do? This story is just a struggle to get through.For me, it dragged considerably. Even from the start it was hard for me to ...
I love Harper Fox but this one didn't work for me. I will read anything she writes but this one not for me.