Dark to Mortal Eyes Author:Eric Wilson What You Can’t See Can Hurt You. — Returning to the hometown of her birth parents, rebellious 23-year-old Josee Walker seeks answers to long-held questions about her childhood. Her biological father, wealthy vintner Marsh Addison, wants nothing to do with her. But a determined Kara Addison sets out to meet the child she gave up years... more » before, despite Marsh’s passionate opposition.
Five Days of Hell for a Glimpse of Heaven
When Kara disappears and her car is discovered at the bottom of a ravine, however, Marsh becomes the prime suspect. Suddenly, Marsh and Josee are forced to unite in their search for Kara–and for the truth. But there’s more to their family’s past than meets the eye. What could the mysterious canister that Josee found in the woods contain? What does it have to do with her mother’s disappearance? When an ancient evil rouses, each member of the Addison family becomes enmeshed in a terrifying supernatural battle–one with global consequences.« less
This book was just too slow for me. The storyline would get good for a few pages and then drop back off to where it dragged on and on. I finally had to put it down and leave it as I just could not stand how the author kept dragging out the story when it could have moved along much faster.
I thought this book was amazing. The story is complex--there are so many layers to ponder, and they really make you think. The author incorporates history into an intriguing supernatural suspense story, and the characters are completely real and believable. An awesome book that is highly recommended.
This book was hard for me to get through. The story seemed to heavy and plodding. There were places where I was lost and had to go back several pages to pick up the story line again. I finally finished the book but doubt I'll read anything from this author again.
Great book. When I started this book. I had no idea that it tied into Expiration Date and the Jerusalem's Undead Series. I would definitely start here if you are interested in reading Eric Wilson. I am going back to read the Undead series now, because I have some more background on some of the side characters.