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My Whispers of Horror: Letters Telling Women's True Tales from Ex-USSR Nations
Brine Books Publishing, Olga Brine, Chris Brine
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Maggie O'Farrell
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Anne Rice, A.N. Roquelaure

Blessed Sons - Eric McKinley

Blessed Sons - Eric McKinley

Uncorrected proof so I will not discuss the minor errors in that regard. I did find certain parts confusing as multiple characters would have thoughts/feelings in the same chapters without a real separation. (Kind of like watching a show where music is playing and you see what various characters are doing in the same time period in different places.)


I can sympathize with Jon's feeling about his professional and personal life. He feels like he is stagnant: working with the same law firm for 6 year with no raise or promotion, doesn't care for the types of cases that come his way, a wife, Cheryl, whose career is taking off so he is feeling like "Mr. Cheryl".


After receiving a case that could make or break him, he uses it as his opportunity to break free. All the relationships that seemed to drain him, are cut and he embarks on a new life.