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Stormi's Review: Fractured Eden by Steven Gossington


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Released: November 17, 2015

Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

Length: 341 pages

Format: ebook , paperback

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Blurb

When a doctor loses everything and is forced to start over, he finds himself in a strange town filled with addiction and mental illness. Dr. Aaron Rovsing, Family Practice Physician, is fired from his medical practice in Connecticut because of alleged incompetence. After he flees and starts over in a town in East Texas, he discovers that things are not as they first appear, and soon Aaron must combat the deranged and addicted minds of the townspeople. Events take an even deadlier turn when he finds himself the next chosen victim of a serial killer who plans to add the doctor to his collection of skeletons. In this town of insanity and with a serial killer waiting to strike, how can Aaron manage to stay sane . . . and alive?

Four Boundless Stars

This book had me on page one. Aaron, is fired from his current medical job in Connecticut and goes home to find his wife left him. After these upsetting times he picks himself up and moves to Texas to start a new life and opens a medical practice. His job brings him in contact with many of the townspeople. He soon discovers that these people and the town are not all they seem to be. Are they crazy or is he? Is he going to be before the end? This book really grabbed me. Its written in a very straight forward way that made it easy to follow, but it lacked emotion at times. The story was very good though. Its full of mystery and really keeps you guessing and wanting to know more. While this book had some crazy and wild characters it sent a positive message as well. I really enjoyed it.


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