I read Keepers: The Cedar Hill Series on a Saturday afternoon. I almost put the book down, feeling it as more depressing than anything else. Gil is so confused by his own memories, he doesn't truly know what's real and what is not. He's told the 'Keepers are coming' and boy is he ready for them! Sadly, not before he flashes back and forth to several memories that play an intricate part to the story, Eventually, it all comes together for an explosive ending that you have to read!
I enjoyed Keepers: The Cedar Hill Series, a paranormal novel. I have to admit, some portions of the book dragged, offering unnecessary information. I found myself compelled to skip a paragraph or two but I stuck with it and found myself rewarded. I especially enjoyed his arguments with himself. In other voices- for that matter, due to a psychological diagnosis called 'minimization'. Gil was a bit off the rocker, but he was a man on a discombobulated mission!
Eventually the story jumped back on track, making for an adventure I was eager finish. I may have to add the next book to my long "To-Be-Read" list. I think you'll like this one.📚
Rate: 👓👓👓/5 specs
*Strangers Drowning is next.
**eBook provided, free from Journalstore.com.
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