Dark City

Dark City

by Sarah Kay Moll

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BN ID: 2940161611128
Publisher: NineStar Press
Publication date: 07/23/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Sarah Kay Moll is a wordsmith and an amateur homemaker. She’s good with metaphors and bad with coffee stains, both of which result from a writing habit she hasn’t been able to quit. She lives a mostly solitary life, and as a result, might never say the right thing at parties. She’s passionate about books, and has about five hundred on her to-read pile. When she does go out, it’s probably to the library, the theater, or the non-profit where she volunteers.

Sarah lives in a beautiful corner of western Oregon where the trees are still changing color at the end of November and the mornings are misty and mysterious. She spends her free time playing video games and catering to her cat’s every whim.

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Dark City 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Amys_Bookshelf_Reviews 2 days ago
Great Read Dark City by Moll is a great story. It starts out a little slow, but soon things start to fall into place. Moll pens a good story, and it is well-written. There is one character, but he is split into two personalities. They were both incredible and intense characters. I see why the title fits the story. The good versus evil concept plays deep into this story as it becomes one man's struggle. I really liked the premise and the characters. I look forward to reading more of Moll's work.
WhisperingStories 24 days ago
When I first read the synopsis for this book it was the two personalities in one person that really peaked by interest and made me want to read it. Jude belongs to a violent crime family, which includes his dad Vance, who is the boss and his elder brother Eli. His mother stays away from the family business and takes no part in the crimes. Her attempts to advocate on behalf of her son’s is met with domestic violence from her husband. When I first came across Ras I was a bit confused and wondered if Vance had a secret son that the rest of the family knew nothing about, until I remembered that Jude had another personality. Ras seems to just appear out of the blue. Over all I think the book is very well written and I wanted to know how everything would plan out for the family. It is the kind of book that you could read in a short space of time, if only life didn’t get in the way. The plot did hook me and kept me wanting more. My only issue was with the ending. I’m not fully convinced if I liked it or not, but then again, how else could the book of ended!