Dead Air: A Novel of Suspense
A tension-filled chiller about someone’s blood-thirsty revenge for Kaitlyn Ashe. Kaitlyn Ashe strives to bury her past and let no one know about what she did at the Shallows, but when she receives the letters she realizes someone must have found out. Through the switching narratives and points of view, Michael Bradley is able to craft a story that leaves you guessing and in the unknown. Only until the last page is turned will the reader be able to fully grasp and understand the contents of the story.
Through the dialogue, the reader is able to fully grasp the severity of the stress caused by Kaitlyn’s past as she tries to desperately keep those she loves and cares for away from her past as best she can. The language flows from the thoughts of Kaitlyn to her speech to other vital characters. All of this conveys the well-hidden moral of the story: The past is there for us to learn from, not run away from or hide. This lesson is one that needs to be taught to everyone. Throughout all of this, the plot shines through. Original, entertaining, and intriguing, it holds you until the last sentence. This story confounds and twists the reader throughout; it is a great story. However, it is a chiller and can be too intense due to its graphic descriptions.
|Page Count||272 pages|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|