Review: Book: Afterlife- JK Ishaya- Kenneth Mader


Title: Afterlife

Series: The Arcadia Chronicles

Author’s Name: JK Ishaya – Kenneth Mader

Publisher: Zimbell House Publishing

Genre: Paranormal and Urban Fantasy

Page Count: 303 Pages

ISBN: 9781643900957

Author or Book Website: N/A

Link to Amazon purchase page: Afterlife

Link to Goodreads: Afterlife

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

Between this world and the next … a new hero is born.

When Elaine Ways suffers a terrible loss, she begins to dream of a world free of grief and guilt. A world where she is a kind of heroine; powerful, enigmatic, dangerous.

Her therapist calls it projection, a way of coping with the pain of such devastating grief, utilizing her competitive martial arts skills for a kind of revenge fantasy. But Elaine believes it is something more. The dreams feel real. More like premonitions … or even memories.

But when ten-year-old Samantha suddenly goes missing under no less than extreme paranormal circumstances, Elaine must find her, and battle not only the dark forces of that other reality, but her own personal demons as well, leading to a shocking truth on her way to redemption.

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. This book was a little hard for me to get into when I first starting reading. I mean the world was neat and the characters where interesting. There were times the storyline seem a little jumbled and sometimes I felt some of the descriptions where on a little long. I was a little thrown by the name change for the main character. I understand all that she went through in the book. Loss is never easy for anyone.

My Rating of the Book: 3 Stars

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