Dark Room Etiquette
Sayers Wayte lives a life of privilege, never wanting for anything. But one night, everything changes. He is kidnapped and thrust into a very different reality. Taken by a man who claims to be his father, Sayers is locked in a room without any knowledge of where he is or if he will ever be free. To survive, Sayers must accept his new role in his kidnapper’s twisted narrative. But as time goes on, Sayers begins to lose himself. Will he be able to escape and keep a grasp on reality? Or will he lose himself for good?
This was a great book! It was an in-depth, emotional exploration of trauma and healing, with amazing writing and twists. One of the things I loved most about this book was the character development. I cared about Sayers immensely, especially as I watched him go through a difficult transformative process. I disliked his bratty personality in the first part of the book, but his drastic change is what made his journey so much more interesting. The pacing and plot were amazing, and I never got bored while reading this. I would highly recommend this book to fans of psychological thrillers.
|Page Count||512 pages|
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