A Hidden Well

January 22, 2018

When the Well Runs Dry

by Renee Miller            

…although it’s not a real condition, for many writers, it feels very real. It is smothering, panic-inducing, and, sometimes, paralyzing. However, I still maintain that writer’s block is a fantasy, and it is not something that should keep you from writing.

3.5 stars: Review of HIDDEN IN THE DARK by RaShell Lashbrook

by Chantelle Atkins       Reviewer Rating: 3.5 Stars      

Hidden In The Dark is a hard-hitting story that provides an uncomfortable, though gripping read. The story of Genny, her abusive husband Randall, and their three daughters, Lilly, Randi and Raine, is told in the third person, moving between the characters viewpoints and dipping backwards and forwards between the past and the present day. The simple writing style moves the story forward at speed, and I cannot fault the plotting or pace, but I did find it hard to connect to the characters. A genuine page-turner however.


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