Thursday, September 12, 2019

Book Review: Silent Voices by Fran Lewis

Creepy. Raw. Disturbing. Fran Lewis' collection of stories from beyond the grave will have you on edge as she explores the depth of evil in these ordinary people who inflict pain on others.

Silent Voices includes the story of Rosie, who wants to tell her story in her own words before she can no longer do so. The old stone where Bertha is buried is hard to read, but she wishes to share her memories. A grandmother attempts to outwit her cunning granddaughters. And, what book about evil acts would be complete without stories about con artists and lies.

Silent Voices is not my typical read, which is why I requested it. Maybe 25 years ago creepy ghost fiction would be on the list, but not as often now. Lewis has developed a distinct voice, which flows through each of the stories in this collection. A short read, diving into the psychology of these characters is fascinating.

Paperback: 107 pages
Publisher: Independently published (June 9, 2019)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1099882451
ISBN-13: 978-1099882456

Book Details:

Genre: Horror, Suspense 

Published by: Southern Owl Publications, LLC

Publication Date: June 10th 2019

Number of Pages: 51


Series: Silent Voices

Purchase Links: Amazon | Goodreads

Fran Lewis

Fran Lewis taught for 36 years as a staff developer in reading and writing and a dean. She is the author of the Bertha and Tillie series and the author of the Faces behind the stones series as well as her books for caregivers on Alzheimer’s and mj magazine and mj network.

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1 comment:

CMash said...

I agree with you. Every one of the stories, I found fascinating!