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The Window (A Bulwark Anthology, #4)

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Brianna Scott has nothing but her window and pet cat to entertain her. Stuck inside for more years than she can remember with a degenerative disease, she has become invisible and has retreated from her small community. Only Jim, the town grocer and old high school friend, seems to care about her lonely existence.

However, when the window in her living room provides her a fr
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Published March 19th 2019 by Skyrai Publishing
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Grady
Mar 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Another kaleidoscopic adventure in the town of Bulwark

There is a new anthology formed by eight authors based on a novel by Brit Lunden – BULWARK – that serves not only as a fascinating adventure into a strange fictional world, but also as a point of departure for some of the authors who, like Brit Lunden, have taken a step away from children’s books and have entered the world of adult fiction. E.H. (Erica) Graham fits that direction, balancing her career with children’s books by following the pa
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Kay
Mar 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The Window is a brilliant achievement because although the majority of the story happens in a single house with one character that has mobility issues, it is still intense and gripping. Like Phone Booth or that film where it's just Ryan Reynolds trapped in a box the whole way through, the isolation of Bree gives you time to delve into her character and understand the frustrations of her plight. You feel her fear as she uncovers more of the secrets she shouldn't be digging into too.
The tension is
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Claudia
Mar 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Oh, I loved this one! I love Brianna, she's the kind of character that engages you, and makes you want to know more.

The mystery of the children kidnapped, the relation with the disappearance of her own sister and the effect that that had in her life, her own isolation and mobility issues, Jim... all factors that construct a wonderful story with a more than surprising end.

Fantastic read.
Billie
Mar 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Brianna Scott has nothing but her window and pet cat to entertain her. Stuck inside for more years than she can remember with a degenerative disease, she has become invisible and has retreated from her small community. Only Jim, the town grocer and old high school friend, seems to care about her lonely existence.

However, when the window in her living room provides her a front row seat to the latest mysteries haunting her small town, Brianna discovers that some things cannot be unseen.

WOW!!! This
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Lynn Hall
Mar 25, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Having read Bulwark and then the first 3 books in the Bulwark Anthology this book being the 4th in the Anthology it has sucessfully followed the plot and story line of the others. I love when they all come together to fit each character(Brianna) into your mind and know who they are, even though a few books later at getting to know them and how they came to playing a part in the story. Greatly writen. Now Im a bit lost on how the story ended. Im not sure where that is leading to. I hope maybe the ...more
Brenda
Mar 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Interesting plot!. I enjoyed this book. It was the type of book that draws you into and hold you in until the end. It was sad that the window was her own world except for Jim. Chargers were very believable and interesting. The plot was full of twists and turns. You have to pay attention or you will get lost. I really enjoyed this book and you need to read it too.😊
Nan
Mar 25, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The Window is a really interesting look at an outside view of a traumatic event. Bree’s look from across the street at the aftermath of the crime is reminiscent of Rear Window then things get ever more complex with revelations from the past coming to light. By the time you reach the surprises near the end you’re not quite sure what’s real but you’re definitely entertained. I voluntarily reviewed this book.
Rachel Benham
Mar 26, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This book was interesting. Bree was stuck in her house by her sickness. Her only view of the world was outside her window. Strange things start happening and she is caught up in something she could not dream up. It was an intense story one that you will love.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Pat Eroh
Mar 22, 2019 rated it really liked it
I enjoyed this short story but I did not care for the ending. It was abrupt and felt unfinished. I am hoping there is a sequel or something, to solve the unsolved. However, it is well-written and the characters are so likable. Hoping for more.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Diane Elliott
Apr 02, 2019 rated it really liked it
I wasn't so keen on this one. The house location didn't match up with the previous book. I still enjoyed but the story felt too limited being just in the one house.
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Stepping into the world of adult fiction and penned under the name E.H. Graham, The Window is the debut novel of this award-winning children's author. Whether reading or writing, Graham enjoys the escape into worlds of mystery, fantasy and suspense.