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Sin by Shaun Allan
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Nov 29, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: mental-asylum, paranormal, mystery


Over the past few months, I have read several books that revolve around characters in mental institutions, Sin being the most recent. I found, right from the start, being sucked into the mechanics of Sin's world and, more importantly, his mind. He drags you along on a merry-go-round that runs not only round in circles, but sideways, backwards and upside down!

This novel, I found, was one that is not easy to categorise. It involves a main character who can kill people with the flip of a coin, but is so horrified by the fact that he admits himself to a mental institution, hoping the drugs numb him enough to prevent any more loss of life.

I found the unreal events that unfold to be completely believable, once Sin explains them in his own unique way. The descriptives are humorous and down right honest.

If you want a crazy fun ride of a book, then this is certainly one to pick up!
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