Review of ‘Alice in Sinland’

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Alice Rosenburg is an expat New Yorker working for a law firm in London. Her career is on an upward course until she is assigned to purchase the ruins of an old castle for a wealthy client. She then begins to experience waking dreams, and the message, ‘what do you want,’ recurs again and again.

Alice in Sinland, by Antara Mann is the first in a series of murder, greed, and betrayal. It’s written in a tight, no-nonsense style that will keep you reading until you reach the end when Alice decides to chuck her legal career and return to New York to pursue a career as a singer.

The author sets readers up perfectly in anticipation of what lies in store for Alice as the demons lurking in the mist draw closer. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my unbiased review. This is a four-star book.


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