Blind Isolation by Henry Bassett
Source: Sent to me by author
Publisher: Self published
Publication Date: 1st May 2019
Synopsis/Blurb (Taken from Goodreads):
“Feelings of depression, loss, and defeat hit us when we least expect it. But, in this world, if someone walked down the wrong alleyway, they disappeared without a trace. Martha Railer struggled to cope with her loss, whilst her private world was invaded by the struggles of others. Meanwhile, a mysterious rider arrived in the town yet, despite his apparent confidence, was forced to battle new challenges brought about by his own loss.“
My Thoughts & Review
Blind Isolation is the second book in The Dead Chronicles of Martha Railer series. Back in May I read the first book The Dark Stalkers, and was interested in seeing where the series was going. So, when Henry reached out a second time to review Blind Isolation I was happy to do so.
Blind Isolation gave a good insight into how depression and loss can affect an individual.
Again, like the first book we have no dialogue and although this was a little strange the first time around this time I didn’t mind so much. I think that was because I was expecting it.
In Blind Isolation we are introduced to some new mysterious characters who quite interesting considering we don’t really get to know them in much depth. This is where I wished the book was a little longer.
I definitely liked this book more than the first.
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