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    Great mystery & suspense! Couldn't put it down!

    Sarra Cannon has made another great series starter. Deep Dark Series is book 1 of what is supposed to be The Spiritwalker trilogy. The book starts off with the protagonist, Marayah, leaving a physical rehab hospital after a tragic accident. Marayah has some memory loss and doesn't know if what she see in her dreams is what actually happened during the wreck or if it's all in her head. Marayah tries to restart her life by going back into her Senior year of high school. After such a tragic event it is a hard transition for her. Marayah starts to realize that maybe there was other forces in the world that caused her accident. She wants to get to the bottom of it before these other forces take her too. This book has suspense and mystery. It keeps you interested until the end. Can't wait for book 2!
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    nice comeback

    Did take me a while to enjoy the story because it felt so constructed. Why would nobody come and visit her after her accident, not even her sister? Why didn't the police & doctor believe her when she denied drug abuse? But once I let go of this reasoning I was able to enjoy the story and sarra cannon's writing which always sucks me in. A great story of the old fight between good and evil set on the background of native American stories. The story ends not concluded of course because there are more books planned but it leaves you more or less satisfied with all eminent issues solved.
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