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Acceptance by Andrew Souza
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May 20, 11

bookshelves: paranormal-mystery-thriller
Read in May, 2011

ACCEPTANCE: SHADOW AT THE EDGE OF DAY AND NIGHT by Andrew Souza is an inter sting paranormal mystery/thriller set in Brommer County, Missouri.. It is well written with depth and details. It is told from things in the past to things in the present.As four young adults head to a concert they think will be the best yet.If they only know what they would encounter they would have stayed home on that fateful night.Given sign they should turn back they ignored them,their ego where just to big to follow the signs. The past adventure if you what to call it that takes place when two lawless riders is responsible for mayhem and carnage to family,lawman,innocent young women,murder,and unspeakable deeds to nearby communities.Unknown to them their deeds would eventually catch up not only to them but their descendants.This is where the four adults come into play.This is a fast paced story with twists and turns as you learn why these adults are being stalked.The illustrations are awesome throughout this book.An interesting story of good vs evil.I will leave you with a message from this book "If we think back far enough,we would realize that just about everything has a beginning and an end,and when it does end,sooner or later it begins all over again. History and stories,they seem to repeat"(page 142 of Acceptance by Andrew Souza).This is what this story seems to be about.Stories that could be retold through generations,in the dark at night. Scary night for this is a little scary.A great,quick read. This book was received for the purpose of review from Bostick Communications and the author and details can be found at AuthorHouse and My Book Addiction Reviews.

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