The Fantasy of Reality by Henry Bassett
Source: Sent to me by author
Publisher: Self Published
Publication Date: 1st June 2019
Synopsis/Blurb (Taken from Goodreads):
“When you are in a work environment, you may misperceive teamwork for friendship. When Martha Railer saw things she could not believe, could she turn to her colleagues or was it a secret best kept to herself? The Headless Horseman was called back to this world when apparently natural deaths may not have been as natural as they first appeared. Who was the Headless Horseman, and where did his allegiances truly lay?”
My Thoughts & Review
The Fantasy of Reality is the third book in The Dead Chronicles of Martha Railer series. It continues from where the last book ends. Martha is still struggling and is still seeing the Headless Horseman.
Although I have enjoyed the previous two books in the series I do have mixed feelings about this one. Yes, the story continues to flow well, and Martha character is consistent throughout the books, but at the same time I felt the book needed more depth. Again, this book doesn’t have any spoken dialogue, which I didn’t mind so much in the first two books, but I felt this one definitely needed it, especially when Martha is in certain situations such as when she is speaking to the work colleagues and the psychiatrist.
The Fantasy of Reality is only 34 pages long and I finished it in one sitting, and although I had issues with this one I would definitely like to continue with the series to see what happens to Martha.
I would like to thank Henry for sending me an eBook in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.
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