The Cult of Light and Lies [NOOK Book]


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The Cult of Light and Lies

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From the light, came the darkness. ...

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781554875597
  • Publisher: eXtasy eBooks
  • Publication date: 5/1/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 495 KB

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  • Posted May 23, 2012

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    A Lilac Wolf and Stuff Review

    What can I say? This book and I didn't click. The main character, Tilley is an alcoholic whose life is literally crumbling around her. She's killing herself with the alcohol and doesn't seem to care enough to get help. Even though her family knows she drinks and she knows they know. She doesn't make a habit of it, but she does cocaine in the beginning when she is out with friends and that's when she wakes up with the stranger. I don't like Tilley, her eldest daughter, her husband or her friends. In fact, the only characters I come close to liking are her youngest daughters and that's mostly pity.

    Now the dislike of all characters present would be okay if that was how they were meant to be portrayed. I can't figure that out. Tilley and her husband have these arguments where I can't even figure out where they stand on the issue. Like this one time Tilley blows off Mica (their teenage daughter) as if her problems aren't fazing her. In the next paragraph she starts raving about how out of control she is. And it leaves me unable to tell if Tilley is a complete lunatic or the writing is that bad.

    The story is in the 3rd person, but only from Tilley's point of view. That is what limits my ability to discern what is really going on around her. It's all her perception and she's drunk most of the time. I think it would have been an easier read if the author had told the story from other characters as well, especially the other crazy people that are in this story.

    It's a weird and thrilling tale, but I couldn't get around the issues I already listed.

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