Elysae Shar What Lies Within (Ash Manor Book 1)

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Some secrets are better left alone. With no memories beyond the last ten years, Ash seeks out the house he grew up in, hoping to find, not only clues to his identity, but also a way to stop the gnawing he hears whenever the world around him gets too quiet. Instead he finds the place abandoned and ready to collapse in on itself. Taunted by the voice in his head and unwilling to fail after he's finally overcome his fear of this place, he braves the danger, but things only get worse once inside. And the two ghosts, who seem to blame him for the state of the house, aren't even the biggest problem. What Ash learns from them and the sudden onslaught of visions from a time he couldn't possibly remember, puts him in front of a decision that will alter his life forever. Can Ash muster the courage to enter the hidden dimension at the house's core and face the creature residing there before it's too late for all of them? Follow Ash on his journey to a world just beyond our own. Where nothing is as it seems to be.
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  • So what lies within?

    What Lies Within (Ash Manor Book 1)
    misspider

    misspider

    21. December 2015 um 08:21

    This story still keeps me wondering what exactly it is about... The beginning was intriguing, a promise of something dark and sinister. What came next was a surprising, but very original and fascinating revelation which I don't want to reveal here. However, the author added a second level of creepiness which turned the plot in yet another direction. And this was the point were I got lost, as I just can't figure it out. I have a feeling it is important and full of meaning, but it eludes me, like something you can see only in the corner of your eye but never full-on. Also, I found the then added creatures too trivial compared to the genius idea the author had before, downsizing an original concept to some cheap monster show. It is hard not to give away too much and this is a very personal opinion, so I recommend to just give it a try and see for yourself - not everyone may share my disappointed confusion. (I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review)

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