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The Dark Plain
by Sloan St. James Baycrest Books

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0972845046

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

A great read!! More than a mere paranormal romance, The Dark Plain takes us exploring into the human heart and our reaction to losing a loved one, be it a child or elder. Talented Sloan St. James has used her considerable talent in bringing her readers something more than the genre usually encompasses. Her characters could be living next door. Their heartaches will become your own as you read. Jack Wolfe has lost the only person who made life worth living and travels to Ireland to fulfill a promise. Guilt has convinced him he has nothing more to live for. That is, until he meets Cala McCoy and life makes one of those unexpected turns. While he has succumbed to his grief, he still must deal with his relatives' belief in what comes after death-will the cycle of life begin again? And as often happens, his life becomes entangled with that of another, this time a boy who must get out of the country. Something for everyone in this book. A story which will appeal and satisfy many types of readers. Highly recommended and I guarantee the characteers and plot will keep you reading. You will love the setting and feel as though you've taken a trip just to visit Tirnageata, Ireland. Enjoy. A book you might read more than once.

 

 
 

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