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.
Summary taken from Goodreads.com
Let me say for a 74 page book it was pretty good, there was a lot going on in the book. I can honestly say hat it was very different from anything I have ever read before. It's not really a horror story but it makes you think about souls in a different way.
I think that the author Annie Frame did a good job with this one in my opinion. The story has a lot going on and it is probably best that if you were to read it that you take your time with it. Don't let the length fool you. Go Slow.
I do have some complaints though, I felt that at times there were things missing and that the story could have benefited from being another 10 pages longer. I also think that perhaps there should have been more of an explanation leading into the story.
However, despite those faults I think this is a good book. Perfect for those needing a quicker read perhaps for the commuter and I hope to read her other book she published.
I'd like to thank Annie Frame who sent me a copy of her book in exchange for my honest review
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