The Possessions channels many forms: it’s a mystery, a romance, a ghost story, and an erotically-charged thriller.
Why I love it
In a 'œlimbo of a neighborhood', where 'œthe streets are populated with abandoned homes and condemned buildings' sits the headquarters of the Elysian Society. Made of cool white brick, 'œat a squinting it could be a church, or a museum'. It’s an appropriately eerie setting for a very unusual organization.
The Elysian Society offers grieving clients the ability to reconnect with their deceased...
Wilkes Barre, PA
"Did not want to stop reading. It kept my interest"
"I can't believe that this is her first novel. It is certainly pretty deep. It started out slow but quickly became a page turner as we all were pulled into the lives of the all the primary characters."
"I loved that it didn't go in the direction that I was hoping that it wouldn't! I especially love that she is from Arkansas which happens to be where I have spent many years. Well done !"
"This book had everything I love in a book all rolled into one-mystery, romance, and ghosts. I couldn't put it down!"
"A read unlike any other, this is a book I will remember for a while. The style of writing and the way the story unfolds was a really intriguing read!"
"This book was beyond interesting. I had no idea from the summary the extent of how much this story would delve into the great beyond. I loved it. "
Waterford , MI
"Deceptively deep and intriguing pulls you into a purgatory between eerie dreams and waking nightmares"
St Paul, MN
"I enjoyed this book, it is not particularly fast paced but it does bring about some very important questions. If you could reach out to a loved one from beyond, would you? And how far would you go?"
"It wasn't amazing - but it sure kept my interest. I was intrigued with this new 'world' the author created and enjoyed the few surprises along the way. Great read!"
"I loved it. A different topic and suspenseful. Read it. "
"This was a great story that went in a direction that I wasn't expecting. I always love a book that I can't predict."