Stories of a Condemned Soul

Stories of a Condemned Soul

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BN ID: 2940161939925
Publisher: Nathaniel Connors
Publication date: 08/26/2018
Series: Condemned Soul , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 637 KB

About the Author

Nathaniel Connors is a longtime resident of New England and currently resides in Fitchburg, MA. A husband and father of five, Nathaniel met his wife in 1995 at Roger Williams University, where he studied history and politics. A noted author and scriptwriter, Nathaniel has several projects, both in film and book scheduled for release in the coming years.
For more information and updates on upcoming projects, please follow:
Instagram: @ncrevelation
Twitter: @NCRevelation

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Stories of a Condemned Soul 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Momma_Becky 7 days ago
I was left with mixed feelings on this one. It starts well enough, with our main character drowning his sorrows and slipping further into the depression of losing a child. In his moment of weakness, he makes a deal for the only thing he thinks is left for him - revenge. The deal is struck, and Jon's revenge is nothing short of gruesome. Then we have the twist, and Jon realizes that he's been played. This, on it's own, could've been an edge of your seat horror with a bit more fleshing out. However, the story starts to veer off with other characters and becomes choppy at best. That's not to say that these other parts of the story weren't interesting, and the author does tie them in with Jon's predicament, but with the way it all bounces back and forth, it's hard to become invested in any of it. The book is a short read, coming in at just under 120 pages, but with a bit more development, this one could've been so much more. In the end, I didn't hate it, but it's not something I would want to read again either.