What do you do when you want your life back, but it's just impossible? What do you do when your life transforms in the blinking of an eye, leaving you half the person you used to be, even fearing to go outside your home unless it's dark? Well, you find someone who can complete you, who can make you whole again. Even if it's a ghost...
Paper Tigers is a tale of isolation and desperateness. The story tells of a woman lost in her current situation. She was deformed in an accident that left her without a her health and happiness, family and future. She became a recluse. Until she met a special someone. Someone who offered her exactly what she wanted, but left her even worse off than before!
Paper Tigers, by Damien Angelica Walters was very interesting, even haunting, during the first half of the story. I loved the insanity of it all- and the obsession! Alison is a character to gather 'feels' for. She has been given a huge stroke of bad luck and you want her to come out of such a state, but what brings her up also carries her down.
The story is disturbing and shows just how fragile and post-traumatically stressed individual can be. The book is written in a way that causes confusion in knowing what's taken place or not. She's worried about how people perceive her; she describes emotions in colors and she takes the reader spiraling into irrationality and neurosis. If I viewed delusions as art, I'd say it was a classic horror story, along the lines of Vincent Price. It was interesting but not truly my cup of tea. If you adore horror of the mental sort, this tale is yours! Check it out while I check into another novel. 📚
Ratings: 👓👓👓out of 5 specs
*Dead Bunnies Make All Eight of Me Cry is next.
**Book published by Dark House Press.
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