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The Level

A man, suffering from amnesia, wakes up in a pitch-black room, tied to what feels like a wooden chair. He discovers he is being held captive in a derelict insane asylum stalked by inmates who are determined to kill him. Help comes in the form of a beautiful, mysterious woman dressed in a black burka who offers to show him the way out, if only he can remember who
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Kindle Edition, 120 pages
Published May 27th 2014
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Jun 12, 2014 Carol-Ann rated it it was amazing
For those who enjoy a quick and eventful read, this is a great book. The story line keeps you guessing all the way through and there are enough twists and turns to keep you entertained. The pace is fast, the book well written and the characters well formed. Had to read it all in one sitting as it was hard to put down. Well worth the read!
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I was born in Alexandria Egypt but grew up in Greece. I've lived and studied in South Africa and in London. In Australia, I taught screenwriting and digital media, and have completed a Ph.D in narrative studies. I like stories of all sorts, but I especially love science fiction, horror, and thrillers or any mixture thereof. I'm also looking forward to being the first octogenarian on board that ...more
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