A thrillingly-disturbing turn of events is what got me hooked while reading Home by Jack Price.
"You are ill Mr. Arnold, just not in the way that you think."
They say seeing is believing, but what if feeling could work the same?
While running from an unseen illness, Nathan can't seem to get a diagnosis for what he feels inside. After finding something that would change his life forever, his illness was the least of his worries. An overturned room, a missing usb with a recorded murder on it and an upbringing of mental instability is what drives Nathan into a unpredictable series of events. As Nathan catches multiple unlucky breaks, he starts to see who he really is, who he is supposed to be and who is really on his side.
A necromementor, meaning Nathan can feel the feelings of people who've just passed away.
Being framed for murder is not the only reason Nathan must prove his innocence.
Read Home by Jack Price to find out how this disturbing story plays out.
"There really was more to life than what meets the eye."
This book truly disappointed me as I loved when they said Nathan has a gift. But that was all it was, it was never talked about after. I wish Nathan's gift would have helped him along his journey, not just pushed aside. I felt as if the ending was rushed and lacked many aspects as to why they pinned the murders on Nathan and why there was a random old woman and her blind son in the forest awaiting him.
To say the least, the book was a good read, just disappointed in the ending.