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J Kahele

 

Review of WHAT CASTS THE SHADOW

 

Brandon Chase, wretched past has turned him into an angry man who uses violence to cure about everything, having grown up with a father who constantly puts him down and basically shows him he has no self worth. After one of his violent outbreaks, lands him in jail, he meets Saul Mason, a therapist who transforms Brandon’s life.

I had a strong connection with Saul, the therapist, how easily he could change the mind of a sadistic, hard ass like Brandon, made for a very good read.

This book was heartening and disheartening at the same time. Heartening to watch an angry man at the brink of insanity, do a complete turn-around is always an amazing read. It was disheartening because this book is so true to life, to know that there are a lot of people who are condemned to a life that is so terribly sad. 

 

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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