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Sunday, April 19, 2009
Review - Blind Consent by Michael W. Davis
Title: Blind Consent
Author: Michael W. Davis
Publisher: Champagne Books
Rating: You Gotta Read
Review by: Roberta
Blurb: The town of Tanglewood Falls offers breath-taking views, yet the serendipity is misleading. The impoverished people and their forgotten community have been unwittingly exploited. Their act of trust and blind consent altered their existence and the secret has remained buried, until Ryan returns to explore his heritage. For twenty years, he’s been haunted by confusing images, recurring dreams rooted in his past. He’s driven to understand their meaning, to obtain answers to his lost memories. Ryan’s search for truth collides with the folklore of the simple people and the belief that their beautiful Annie is blessed. Together, they unravel the mystery, but at a price. They become targets of those responsible for what happened to the town. As the truth is exposed, Ryan must grapple with his own reality; the fact that his past, his nightmares, and Annie’s secret, everything is entangled in the desperate act of one lonely man.
Review: This being the first time to ever read this author, I did not know exactly what to expect. The author, Michael, took a hold of me from the first chapter. He weaves a story of not only the characters leaving you breathless, but a plot that will have you frantically reading to get to the next page. His characters show emotion, humor, love, compassion, and courage in a story that is beautiful to the end. There is a wisdom in his words that has you wanting to read all of his works. If you ever have the opportunity to read this author, please do. You will not be disappointed.