by Benjamin Prager 1st Books
Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 1410778843
Rating: 8/10 (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards
Richard Vahnil lives the good life with the perfect wife and near perfect son. Emphasis on the top of the line brand names for everything that touches their lives. He has everything a man could want, yet there seems to be something missing. This reader gets the impression what is missing is Richard Vahnil. The authors gives an interesting picture of people whose focal point is having only the most expensive things in their homes, just so they can point them out as being there. Do they actually add to the enjoyment of living? This tale is enough to make you wonder. There seems to be a desperation lurking just beneath the veneer of the business and home life of Richard and Pam. They talk and share the same bed, but one has the impression they exist in two separate worlds without real communication. Invisible Promise consists of several subplots Benjamin Prager successfully carries through to the end where things prove out--nothing is what it seems.