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  • Dark erotic dystopian horror

    A deeply depraved, dystopian horror story. There is a prequel called The Day the Sky Burned that helps give you the backstory to Eden and I found that made the story fuller and even more dramatic. This is not a HEA- don’t be confused. This may be the darkest, most horrific story I have read by this author. Mostly because it is possible.

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  • *kneels to pray*

    I was gonna say my prayers but after reading this and it's juicy prequel The Day the Sky Burned...it ain't happening! The Day the Sky Burned ~ this little book is action packed from the get go! You get introduced to Danielle, her boyfriend Christopher, her sister Mary, her parents and friends. I'm definitely not going to give you any spoilers, just know you'll find out where all the crazy psycho idealization is born. The apocalypse and the crazy religious heathens are upon us! Reign of Ruin ~ now here is the nitty gritty!!!! This is where you follow Danielle and her 'baptisms'. These guys are just hell bent on making us women suffer for everybody's sins. It is a truly twisted journey. And the 'demon', I'm still processing that whole bit. I wanna hate him but I kinda don't...you'll see when you read it. I will say this...Danielle is a BADA**!!!! This chick goes through some hardcore stuff and that thing she does in the end...EPIC GIRLPOWER! Overall this book was THE BOMB-DIGGITY!!!! Twisted doesn't even come close and it was absolutely, positively worth it! And I will say this cause some folks need that extra...this IS NOT warm and fuzzy. There is no happily ever after...unless that ending is your thing. This is dark, this is depraved, it will leave you wondering what in the hello you just read.

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  • Dark, disturbing and compelling

    So many of the wars and genocides in this world are based on religion and in Reign of Ruin it is religion that is at the heart of the evil being done to Danielle and all the other women being held with her. It is a dark, disturbing tale with no redeeming happy ending. There is one line that to me, was the crux of the story “All of it worse, much worse, because people had done it, just people. Humans.” It is without a doubt an uncomfortable read but it is also like watching a horror movie, you know it is scary but you can’t look away! I would read the prologue first as it helps explain what happened to Danielle, but the ending is yours to decide.

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  • Nightmare inducing reading!

    This book narrates a travesty of holiness in painstaking detail. Women suffering unimaginable horrors, inflicted by so called priests. One of them is picked out as special, used and abused, only to be revived again and again to repeat the suffering. This is a claustrophobic, hopeless tale! Someone mentions the Spanish Inquisition. That had a predictable end for the victims, this hasn't! This is another of those books you love to hate. And then we get a bonus, if you dare call it that! The Day The Sky Burned This is the prequel to Reign of Ruin. With relentless precision Ms Bene narrates the development of mass hysteria that turns more and more oppressive with every chapter. This story begins in such a believably realistic environment that the veracity of it is frighteningly believable. As always this author produces an utterly chilling piece of spine tingling horror.

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  • Abandon all hope

    Abandon all hope ye who enter this book. This story was absolute hell and I couldn't put it down if I wanted to. The author needs to go sit in a corner and think about what she's written. Absolutely nothing but torture all for the sake of forgiveness in order. And if you read the prequel at the end, learning how the world got to this point is absolutely devastating because it's something you can imagine actually happening. The story was absolutely horrible in all the best ways. Not for the faint of heart or the week of stomach. There is no HEA so don't expect one. And you may need to remind yourself of this while reading the book.

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