Review of ‘Beautifully Broken’ by Sherry Soule

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While Sherry Soule’s Beautifully Broken is narrated by a teenage girl, it is not your usual young adult coming-of-age novel. Fifteen-year-old Shiloh Trudell has the ability to see spirits. Not the bottled kind, and not the benevolent kind; the evil, dark, suck out your life essence kind. At first, she’s able to keep them off with sunlight, but when the Shadow Man, the Eater of Souls, makes an appearance, things begin to change for the worse. Shiloh finds herself at the center of the dark secrets of the town of Fallen Oaks, and in danger of losing not only her soul, but her life.

A spooky, paranormal, horror story that will keep you awake at night, and have you looking under the bed before going to sleep, and jumping at every sound. Sherry Soule has written a story that is the standard by which others in this genre will be measured. If you think your nerves can take it, this is a must read book.

I received a free review copy of this book, but would have been more than happy to pay for it.

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2 thoughts on “Review of ‘Beautifully Broken’ by Sherry Soule

    sherry_soule said:
    November 20, 2013 at 4:49 pm

    Wow! Your review made me smile! Thank you for reading my novel, Charles! The review is eloquently written. 😉

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      charlieray45 responded:
      November 20, 2013 at 5:13 pm

      Thanks for giving me the chance to review a great story.

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