Eternal Victim

Eternal Victim

by Dexter Morgenstern

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BN ID: 2940155231554
Publisher: Dexter Morgenstern
Publication date: 04/23/2018
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 625,996
File size: 465 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Dexter is a Southern-born Seattle author and model. Homeschooled after a diagnosis of mild Asperger's, he learned to play to his strengths as an energetic, creative artist. He began writing at the age of fifteen, and published his first novel two years later. Outside of art, Dexter spends his time gaming, studying, and socializing with other ambitious minds. As an army brat, he attained a pragmatic sense of discipline that he uses to balance his artistic endeavors with his academic ones. Dexter's ultimate goal is to contribute to the subjugation of humanity by artificial intelligence. Image credit: Humberto Garcia

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Eternal Victim 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite Eternal Victim by Dexter Morgenstern is a short horror story that will send chills down the spine of any reader, a book about a woman with unusual and dangerous nightmares. But who is she and why is she haunted by images of vicious serial killers with their fettered victims? Why does she share memories with serial killers and their victims, and what part does she have to play in them? She is on a dangerous and difficult mission to connect victims with souls who can help them, and that could be the only way to wake her from the nightmares. The only problem is that it’s become a vicious circle, because new victims come in a manner that is endless. Can there be any redemption for her, and how about the victims? Here is a book for fans of real horror. The narrator is the protagonist and the narrative is wonderfully done in the first person, arresting the reader. The protagonist is in an awful mental state, because she is aware of the nightmares and even wonders why she should be having such dreams. When the narrative begins, she can barely walk, locked up in a dark place. She says: “The only thing harder than trying to move is trying to invoke a single memory. My name…” The paranormal experiences that accompany the nightmares are like dying in the body of another person. The narrative is suspenseful, fast-paced, and emotionally intense. From the very beginning of the narrative, the reader becomes engrossed with the question of whether the protagonist can wake up from her nightmares and, as the tension builds, they begin to care for her and the fate of the lost souls, the 'preta'. Dexter Morgenstern’s writing is excellent and it evokes powerful and frightening images, allowing readers to follow the horrors of this tale easily. Eternal Victim will leave the reader not wanting to sleep with the light off. It’s engrossing and imbued with a unique sense of originality. A riveting story that explores the themes of murder, evil, and redemption.