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I love a good spooky book so when I read the blurb for this book I was immediately interested and not disappointed. In the story the reader watches Adam grow up. His younger years spent with his dysfunctional parents; a mom who’s abusive and a father who won’t step up to stop the abuse. Adam is also a remarkable young boy and violinist prodigy. His life takes many twists and turns after an encounter with a strange doll. He see’s visions and dead people. His grandmother’s house is located in witch country where a creepy legend still lives and breathes.
Adam’s plight is made real through the author’s words and the many twists kept me guessing. I actually had the opportunity to listen to the entire story in one sitting. That’s a pleasure I usually don’t have. I also couldn’t put it down. The ending was a little abrupt and that’s when I checked and noticed it was book one in a series. Whew! I almost freaked out.
The narrator Alexander Misiti is great, great pacing with the story and overall performance. I received this book free from Audiobook Boom for honest review and so glad I did. Loved it!
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Loved it!Alexander Misli was a great narrator!I was given this book free by the narrator,author or the publisher.
I enjoyed this book and it surprised me in many places. It contains elements of all kinds in the thriller/horror/supernatural genre.
Adam's Cross is well-written with interesting characters. We follow Adam from his childhood to his adulthood and get a vivid backstory about Adam growing up in a dysfunctional family with a horrible mother and a dull father. Adam gets certain abilities with time and we'll meet a creepy doll that will influence his life.
The narrator Alexander Misiti did fine throughout the book, but I had to get used to him in the beginning. I didn't really think he was the best suit for this book and I got distracted sometimes because he didn't speak out clearly all the time. I'd also prefer a British narrator for this book, because this is primarily a British story.
*This book was gifted to me in exchange for an honest review.