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The Asylum Confessions (The Asylum…

The Asylum Confessions (The Asylum Confession Files Book 1) (edition 2020)

by Jack Steen (Author)

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Title:The Asylum Confessions (The Asylum Confession Files Book 1)
Authors:Jack Steen (Author)
Info:Deathbed Publishing (2020), Edition: 3, 270 pages
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Great collection of stories, and I flew through fairly quickly. They're engaging and unique, and true crime lovers will love this crime confession fiction. Again, this could use at minimum a quick run through a free grammar and spell checker, there are some glaring spelling mistakes stopping it from five stars. I don't know if I'd call these chilling, but they're fascinating all the same. I don't know how I feel about all the patients. I did kind of pitied Mother. The system that should have helped her wasn't in place, and she still might have fallen through the cracks. All the confessions are absolutely believable if you watch too much ID. ( )
  LilyRoseShadowlyn | Jul 23, 2022 |
Loved this collection, and had to go on to book two. An interesting style, could use a little polishing through editing (which would bump it to five stars), but overall it's pretty fascinating. I'm not sure if I like the narrator, but I can appreciate him. I'd love to know more of his story, honestly. Honestly, I have to admit I still enjoy reading the stories of the patients he shares. Easy to fly through each story, and I was a little surprised when I arrived at the end of the book, because I just didn't want to put it down. Can't wait to see what's in store in book 2, family edition! ( )
  LilyRoseShadowlyn | Jul 23, 2022 |
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