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  This is a book that will take you on a trip, a trip that will consume the reader, and force them to keep turning the pages. Within the first ten pages, the reader will be taken back in time. They will travel into the mind of an elderly man. A man named John Jacobs, whose past has been buried for many years, trapped inside of his own mind. John has a disease called Dementia. Through his disease, terrible memories surface about his troubled past, but in the midst of his memories, he has to survive the present. In his current life, he lives with his son, Darren and daughter-in-law, Sharon. John has to not only survive the effects of his disease but also survive his memories. Whenever he remembers something from his past, the reader journeys to a place few would dare to go. The haunting memories of his evil mother Roberta, both entices the reader, and delivers a realm of shocking entertainment. Each time John ventures back into the past, the reader learns more information about his forgotten childhood. As the book travels onward, new mysteries and dilemmas come into play. Darren and Sharon find themselves battling many troubles of their own, which have been unfairly cast upon them. A relentless detective becomes involved in their lives. His suspicious demeanor, and troubling questions, causes Darren and Sharon to learn more from their ailing father. The answers they need to find are both disturbing and threatening. By the books end, it is a race to uncover John’s hidden memories, to save his family from a destructive future. This story has so much more to it, and is captivating from beginning to end. The characters are real and believable, growing and changing by the book’s end. Much of the story is played out in superb dialogue, making the pages turn fast. Dramatic and descriptive scenes help bring this mysterious story alive. Pick it up today and be delighted by the many plot twists and turns.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2016
    • Ano:  2016
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001041895226
    • ISBN:  9781682898987

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