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Review of Trust in the Unseen (The Edge of the Known Book 2) by Seth Mullins


I read the first book of this series, What Casts the Shadow, which introduces us to Brandon Chase, a man lost in his own mind. The story concentrated on the anger issues Brandon had and how his therapist Saul, showed him how to cope.

Truth in the Unseen travels deeper into the character of Brandon Chase, showing the ups and downs of his life as he tries to be successful at his music career. Right from the start, we are taken down an emotional road, as Janie, Brandon’s girlfriend breaks up with him, leaving him sad and disconcerted. He calls on his friend Carlos, who meets with him and talks him through it. I like the way the author showed Brandon maturing right before our eyes. The story pulled on every emotion I had, sadness, happiness, anger and laughter. It was enjoyable to read, all the characters so true to life, I felt like I was sitting right next to them as I read the book. 

My rating: 4.5 out of 5.0


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About the author



Seth Mullins writes visionary fiction that merges our invisible inner world with the waking world that we call ‘the real’.  His stories aim to reveal aspects of the deeper mysteries of reality and of our own souls. 
His most recent project, The Edge of the Known trilogy, was largely inspired by his experiences as a twenty-something songwriter and performing musician. Seth has spent years in Connecticut, New Mexico and Oregon, and currently lives in Vermont.


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