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Lost in Darkness Audio CD – Unabridged, 1 November 2021
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Enchanting Regency-Era Gothic Romance Intertwined with Inspiration from Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
Travel writer Amelia Balfour's dream of touring Egypt is halted when she receives news of a revolutionary new surgery for her grotesquely disfigured brother. This could change everything, and it does. . .in the worst possible way.
Surgeon Graham Lambert has suspicions about the doctor he's gone into practice with, but he can't stop him from operating on Amelia's brother. Will he be too late to prevent the man's death? Or to reveal his true feelings for Amelia before she sails to Cairo?
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- Publisher : Oasis Audio; Unabridged edition (1 November 2021)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1640917403
- ISBN-13 : 978-1640917408
- Dimensions : 16.51 x 2.86 x 13.97 cm
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To be honest, I nearly didn't even pick up this book because the references to Gothic and Frankenstein made it sound like really not my cup of tea. However, this author is pretty much an automatic read for me, I decided to give it a go. And really, it wasn't as much 'horror' as I was afraid it might be, and I did enjoy it (though I'd still rather she went back to more her usual style). While there's a lot of uncertainty and trouble in the background, watching the relationships among the characters develop was well worth the read, and the growth of the characters themselves was very well painted. All in all, well written and thought-provoking read with a satisfying ending, if not a particularly light or happy story overall.
Note that I received a complimentary copy of the book from NetGalley. I was not required to write a positive review and this is my considered opinion of the book.
I was gifted a copy of this book but all views and opinions expressed are my own.
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Meet Amelia; the daughter that was never loved by her father. A faithful sister who loved and took care of her younger brother, Colin.
Colin was born with a severe deformity. He was considered a monster to the outside world. But his father had made plans before his death with an unethical surgeon to transform his son into a new man. A man that wouldn't scare children,and everyone he met.
Thus enters the scene, Dr.Graham Lambert, the assistant of this unethical doctor. Dare the noble, honest Dr. Lambert expose this unethical doctor?
A beautiful story of faith. Reminding us not to rely on ourselves, our own abilities, but to rely on God.
Can Amelia let go of her old life and let herself fall in love with the good Dr. Graham Lambert? Will the surgery to fix her brother be a success?
As Nahum one, verse seven says: The Lord is good, a strong refuge when troubles comes. He is close to those who trust in Him.
Decisions, decisions. They greet us every day—spiritual, emotional, physical. In this novel the scientific and medical reach out gnarled claws to convince one about a new answer. A new invention or gadget to entice! We deal with that daily with advertisements, debates, pictures of beauty and health.
Coming out of darkness can take all forms. My darkness is different from others. My darkness is different from others. Prayers and God’s guidance will alleviate unnecessary pain and doubt. The journey in Lost in Darkness is dangerous and captivating. The novel is hard to put down. Bravo Michelle Griep!
I give 2 stars only due to the creativity & the fact others may prefer sad books. Not me!
On the chance you read this, make sure to read after the story finishes. The author has some interesting facts that helped create this book.