Monday, October 17, 2011

Review of Imprint and The Quiet Road by Annie Frame

 This spine chilling book takes the reader into the realms of horror all the more believable because it seems reality not fantasy. The Imprints enter the soul of the narrator with determined power and describe each of their emotions in vivid detail. It is impossible not to be deeply involved, revolted and yet entranced at the same time as the linking of the personalities becomes apparent. Desperation, self destruction and fear are superimposed on the beauty of the rose with its blood red petals. Each bloom shows the astral image of the various characters as their lives have been lived, giving some hope for the future and the lessons offered to the soul as it evolves to enlightenment and bewitching knowledge.

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                              About Imprint 
This spine chilling book takes the reader into the realms of horror all the more believable because it seems reality not fantasy.

Having only recently read "The Quiet Road" by Annie Frame and thought it was a perfect piece of entertainment, I was very thrilled to begin Imprint. Imprint is the story of the occult where one soul has a journey through many incarnations that will present it with truth of her original earthly shell. To the exact beginning of its of its creation and original form. Very heavily emotional in a paranormal atmosphere that is a good read.
The soul mentioned in Imprint is that of one that has seen a lot of awful things but must see the beauty of the good in the world's existence. The style of writing welcomes the reader to escape to another world where you can believe this and not another thing has always been reality. Imprint , for readers, who have read "The Quiet Road" will also see that Imprint delves into the same world so if your to-read it will add to your experience as a reader but isn't required since as a reader anyone could still enjoy as a standalone novel.
My favorite of Annie Frame's books will have to be "The Quiet Road" and Imprint comes second. Imprint is still a recommended occult-fiction read. In many ways, out of all the paranormal books I've read this is honestly an entertaining, different read.

                                                                   Overall: Touching read
 Genre: Occult, Fiction, Horror, Paranormal, Mystery/Suspense           

                                                                                  My Star Review 4 of 5 stars
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Available as: Paperback, $12.00
Recommended Ages: 16 and Up                                                                   
Paperback: 74 pgs.
Published:  May 27th 2008 by Vanguard Press

Frankford Lucas is the chief superintendent in the police force. He is well respected and well thought of... however, he has a secret. Ever since childhood he has visited The Quiet Road in his dreams. He thought it was a good place, this Quiet Road, but events unfold to prove otherwise. Gruesome murders are being carried out on his patch and trophies turning up in his flat with no rational explanation. Who is slaughtering the innocent victims and why? Profiler Lenny Docker introduces a clairvoyant into the investigation and The Sarsaparilla Duchess, seems to know more about Frankford Lucas than she should - even more than he does himself! In time Frankford Lucas learns the true secret of The Quiet Road and realises he is dealing with a force beyond his control. Can he save his soul from darkness, and can he save the souls of others who cannot help themselves? The Road is long as is the investigation leading the reader on an intense journey they will not forget in a hurry! 

                          About The Quiet Road
The Devil's Labyrinth... He lies and waits in the whirpool of reflection to steal you from your ownership and if you think he doesn't exist his hold on you has begun. 
The Quiet Road is such an an amazing, occult-horror book. The story of Frankford Lucas ,a highly respected Chief police detective officer, who soon discovers he has murdered numerous people cruelly. He just happens not to remember. Frankford must try to solve the mystery of the slaughtering of innocents. The key may be a road that happens to appear within his dreams. Along the way, Frankford meets mediums that can communicate with the paranormal. These mediums assure him "The Quiet Road" he travels through is a place of great evil. Soon, he starts to believe they might just be right when he meets a chilling darkly cloaked stranger on "The Quiet Road". 

While reading enjoyed the pace of how the occult was introduced. All the characters mainly, Frankford Lucas, where so well-developed in their train of thought. As for, the storyline it was just so perfectly-well written. Really a perfect piece of entertainment. 
Can be described as a mystery/suspense read steeeped in the occult. Would recommend to all readers.

                             Overall: Amazing read!
Genre: Occult, Fiction, Horror, Paranormal, Mystery/Suspense                                                                

                                                                                 My Star Review  5 of 5 stars
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Available as: Paperback, $15.00
Recommended Ages: 16 and Up                                                                   
Paperback: 313 pgs.
Published:  May 27th 2008 by Vanguard Press

                                                                                               About the Author 
 Annie Frame is a clairvoyant medium who works with the other side of life. Writing is a wonderful way for her to express herself and sets her free. She likes to use fiction knowing  it offers the reader the oppurtunity to enjoy the story without any duty to believe in ghosts. Although, she does.
During her life the ability to see spirits has been a blessing, so much so she worked at not seeing them for quite a long time. Fortunately her stories provide a pathway to share her world with others.....Imprint is her first book and there are others to follow, each tale she writes is about life after death, because Annie works with those who have gone ahead, of course!

1 comment:

Lori Johnston said...

These books sound fascinating, especially "Imprint"!

Thank you for stopping by my blog and sharing your review.

Happy reading!

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