Review For A death Displaced
By Andrew Butcher
A vision, an unsuspecting woman, apparitions and an unsolved
past all come together on an island with a dark story of its own.
Nicolas Crystan lives a stunted life; the past hangs over him, and his relationships have broken down. On top of that, he's spiritually lost. He yearns for something more, anything! But when a seemingly paranormal incident occurs, it doesn't just alter his life but also the fate of an unsuspecting woman.
Juliet Maystone, a wealthy, attractive and business-minded woman, starts seeing things that couldn't possibly be real. She's forced to seek out help from a source she never would have considered before: a famous medium... or as she refers to herself: a witch.
I really enjoyed this book. It had just the right amount of mystery and suspense to keep me hooked, and keep me guessing. The story is told from different Povs but it flows seamlessly, always giving just enough information to keep me engaged
I felt empathy toward the characters especially Juliet, a strong business minded woman who as always seen everything as black and white until her beliefs are shattered when she sees things that cant possibly be real and she comes to realise that there is more to what she sees in the world around her than she would have ever believed.
Nick is like a lost boy who I felt instantly drawn to as he searchers for a bigger meaning to his life and getting just that.
A great story, well written and I am looking forward to reading more from the Lansin Island Series
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