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    action and intrigue

    Man I don't know what's worse, knowing how this ends or loving how this ends. This author weaves such a twisted mindf$uck of a story that you can't possibly guess what's going on until you're told. The things the mind can convince you of. The twisted thinkings of a lost soul. The lies we tell ourselves about situations and incidents. What's really real and what's just in your heads. The battle between good and evil is something we will war against til the end of days. The individual battles will be on a smaller scale but does that make them any less critical. Chloe is in the midst of a battle. In order to figure out what type of battle you will need to read this for yourself. With this author things are rarely what they seem and this book is no different. As I was reading I was glad it wasn't one of those dark blustery nights when the house is making noises it isn't supposed to. Yea it's that kind of read. The kind that makes you hyper aware of everything and every sound. Awesome read.
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    After reading "The Jilted," I feel like I have more insight into the Ash Park series. I also feel like I will be better prepared to absorb and understand the short story collections. But "The Jilted" stands on its own as a brilliant examination of guilt, indifference and evil. And it's a very good story which leaves one wondering about one's self, and who that might be.

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