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Stormi's Review: The Crow Box (Shadow and Ink #1) by Nikki Rae


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PUBLISHER: self-published

RELEASED: January 14, 2016

GENRE: new adult, paranormal

LENGTH: 164 pages

FORMAT: ebook, paperback

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SYNOPSIS

The small wooden box is dirty, the size of a human fist, and sealed with wax. When Corbin takes it upon herself to clean it and break the seal, a voice she has tried to ignore gathers strength. Shadows play on the walls at night, and with a family history of mental illness, Corbin fears the worst. But the voice tells her it is real. That its name is Six and it will prove it in time. Drawn to this mysterious entity, Corbin isn't sure what to believe and the line between reality and her imagination blurs more every day. Some doors should not be opened; can this one be closed?

THREE BOUNDLESS STARS

Corbin is a young college student taking care of a mother that suffers from mental illness. She begins hearing a voice, named Six. Soon after first hearing the voice, her mother gives her a mysterious box sealed with wax. At first, she worries when she hears it, but soon it becomes a part of her. She begins to wonder if she is turning crazy like her mother.

Honestly, this book was a bit strange. It was hard to rate because it was strange, but it wasn't strange in a bad way. It was just different. This is a very perplexing book. Filled with bits of suspense and horror. It was a psychological roller coaster. The whole book is an internal debate with Corbin trying to decide if she's crazy or not.

My biggest question....who is Six???? I don't think this was answered here.


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