A LIFE FILLED WITH ANGUISH
Pain, horror, fear- These are the things that bestselling novelist Lance Metzger’s life have been comprised of. His childhood remains a riddled wasteland of abuse by a sadistic father and the abandonment of an apathetic mother. In turn, his only refuge became his writing.
A SANCTUARY, BROKEN
When Lance loses his ability to write and becomes haunted by a nightmare that he’d thought was buried, he is drawn inexplicably to a house on the shores of Lake Superior where he finds his muse once again, but something is waiting for him when he arrives.
AN EVIL WITHOUT BOUNDARIES
Now he must unlock the devastating secrets that the house holds and uncover the mystery of his own broken past before he loses his sanity, and perhaps his soul.
I have recently started reading this book. So far I have gotten through, the concentration camp in the opening and the main character, Lance Metzger’s horrific childhood. I can see how the childhood plot line ties in to his current state of mind. I assume that when he goes to the house at Lake Superior, the concentration camp plot will start to make more sense. However, as of right now there is no reasoning to it.
I felt that the concentration camp plot was well written and drew very vivid images in my mind as I read it. Each part of the book has actually done this and I feel that hopefully it will all merge and create a continuous plot line to enjoy.