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  • The Art Scene from a new angle!

    3.5 stars The Endarkening by J.T. Ellison is a short story -- horror. First, let me thank the author for providing me with a copy of this book. All opinions are my own. My Synopsis: (No major reveals, but if concerned, skip to My Opinions) 22 year old Evie Williams moved from Nashville to Scotland, to continue her education and be more involved in the art scene. When she meets Thomas MacBean, it is like an electric charge goes off. They click. As they attend an art show entitled "The Enlightening", Evie finds herself unsettled. The paintings were designed to make the viewer feel this way, but Evie finds herself more than unsettled, and needs to leave the the exhibition. However, she is drawn to one particular painting...and it doesn't let her go....neither does Thomas. My Opinions: This was definitely a dark and creepy tale....I did enjoy it. Although it was well-written, and the suspense continued to build, I felt something was missing. It felt rushed at the end. Apparently this book was inspired by a real art exhibition...not sure I want to see those paintings.

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