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Redwine Hill: The Secrets At Primevil Asylum #1

3.33 of 5 stars 3.33  ·  rating details  ·  12 ratings  ·  9 reviews
Excerpts from Readers Favorite Reviews. "Redwine Hill: The secrets at Primevil Asylum" creates a dystopian universe of lost souls that young adults and older readers will enjoy. The idea behind the book is simple yet incredibly original and successful. On their sixteenth birthdays, practically every single teenager succumbs to a damaged brain and goes insane. It is a dange ...more
Paperback, 282 pages
Published June 20th 2012 by createspace (first published June 18th 2012)
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Kitty Bullard
Book Title: "Redwine Hill: The Secrets at Primevil Asylum”
Author: L.L. Stolmeier
Published By: Self-Published
Age Recommended: 14+
Reviewed By: Kitty Bullard
Raven Rating: 4

Review: I have to say I did like L.L. Stolmeier/Helland’s other book “The Hellandback Kids” better but this story was really good as well! The book was eerie and kept you turning the pages to find out exactly what was going on in the Asylum on Redwine Hill. The story is about a mysterious illness that causes all teenagers to go
Kit MacConnell
This book was a bit of a disappointment. The story had so much promise, but the writing itself needed work. I assume this book is self-published, and, if that's the case, then I would recommend getting a beta-reader for the next one. Someone with a critical eye could have suggested many ways in which the story, the writing, the pacing, and the plot progression could have been improved.
I'll be honest, my expectations for this book weren't extremely high. I do love mystery/thriller stories that take place in asylums, though, so I had some pretty decent expectations. Unfortunately, not even those expectations were met.

The synopsis is what made me want to read this book, because like I said earlier, mystery/thrillers that take place in asylums are usually extra creepy. While the plot was interesting, it wasn't all that gripping. I was always curious to see what happened next, but
Mandy Magill
I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads Giveaway.

This is a story about Charlotte, who is sent to an asylum when she turns sixteen because, that is where all the sixteen year old kids go who are now "crazy". No one knows why all sixteen year old kids go crazy on their birthday, but soon Charlotte wants to find out. She is joined by friends to help solve the mystery of the sudden insanity, missing patients, ghosts that haunt the halls and the mystery meat that is served in the
L.L. Helland/Stolmeier
Aug 16, 2012 L.L. Helland/Stolmeier added it  ·  (Review from the author)
Hi Goodreads members. I appreciate the reviews for Redwine Hill and The Hellandback Kids. I enjoy writing but I'm hanging up my author shoes and I'm going on to another endeavor. I ask for prayers for my niece who lives at the Playboy Mansion. She's known for awhile she has the BRAC2 gene for breast cancer. There's a 85-90% chance she'll get breast cancer. So I think when she went to live with Hugh Hefner it was her way of coping with her future, and having one last memory of her old body. She's ...more
Teenagers in Boston are becoming mentally challenged on their sixteenth birthday. The Collectors grab the teenagers and bring them to an insane asylum. Charlotte C. Carrion is captured and taken to Primevil Asylum. She finds and befriends some of the inmates as she searches for a way out. Now some of the teenagers are showing up in pieces along the shore. It's up to Charlotte to expose the secrets and save teenagers worldwide.

There is a secret ingredient in the meat that will have everyone's sto
I loved this book! The story was absoultly amazing! This book has a romance and a little bit of a horror twist to it!!

This book is about a world where most kids when they turn 16 go crazy and get put in insane asylums. Some friends in one if the asylums try and figure out why kids go crazy when they turn 16. They start investigsting and eventally figure out what has happened to all the kids when they turn 16.
*I received this for free from Goodreads First Reads*

The idea behind this book was good but the story was predictable for me. I knew what was going to happen waaay before it happened and that I did not like. I couldnt connect with the characters seeing as how I found them over rated and tacky. There was one turn of events at the end that I enjoyed and didnt expect. This book is definitely for a younger audience.
A very quick simply read.... I look forward to future books!
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I live in San Antonio, Texas with my husband and two grown sons'. Our eldest son-Jon graduated from MIT Cambridge 2007, and our youngest son-Chris is a Senior at TCU Fort Worth. My twin sister also lives in San Antonio, and my niece-Trisha lives in California with Hugh Hefner, and on Aug. 15th of 2012 had a prophylactic double mastectomy-she cares the BRAC2 gene for breast cancer. I'm a Registered ...more
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