When Fletcher's state deteriorates to the point of causing harm to his psychologist, Dr.Kendrick turns away from conventional medicine and discovers a much more troubling, supernatural answer. Without enough time to rescue Fletcher, Dr. Kendrick must make a choice: is she strong enough to risk her soul to find him?
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Since Thaman’s first book, he has grown as a writer dramatically. The books just keep getting better, but this one is by far my favorite. I loved the plot and even got creeped out in the beginning, so much so that I couldn’t read after it was dark out because I started to fear the shadows in my house. It wasn’t too frightening unless you took time to think about it, which it me is the best kind of horror. The only thing I didn’t like was Fletcher talking in first person and everyone else in third person. Maybe the story could have been better if he just switched each chapter in Fletcher and Lissa’s point of views. I also think Thaman should have been more clear on the places in Gehenna that Fletcher goes to. Other than that, I think it was a great book and loved the touches of religion included. His image of God was very interesting and Thaman did really well with cliff hangers that made me not want to put the book down. Quick read, read it in about four days only because I wanted to draw it out. Would love to see a longer sequel.