February 1, 2016

Blog Tour - Redeeming Rhys by Mary E Palmerin

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A Dark Novel
Author: Mary E. Palmerin
Publication Date: January 19, 2016


Are people born pure? Is evil learned, or is it birthed into one's soul, like a fallen angel who was previously part of graciousness? Rhys is decayed, black, and bad. He cut distortion out of his life years before, but he let her live; his only way to gain redemption once more. As his sinful needs blanket him with dread, he seeks penance from the soul he saw as a second chance. Is absolution too late for Rhys?   **Warning, dark scenes depicted heavily throughout this novel. Read the Author's disclaimer carefully before proceeding with this title.**  



Di's Review
5 Twisted Stars!

A twisted trip of dark, depraved, and uncertainty. You will be shocked, slightly sick, and completely consumed. A wild ride, strap on your seat belt, make sure you have your bible ready, and enjoy the forbidden chaos. 

If you can't handle religious aspects, extremely taboo situations, I'd say skip along, because this story will make you tap out.

"The demon and angel danced until the fire burned them both." 

Mary E Palmerin has proven versatility once again. Just when you think you've read it all, she pulls out the knife, slices you one more time, leaving your sanity hanging. I'd almost say this one is my favorite book from her. I'd almost say she can't top this one, but I said that the last time too. I'd go as far as saying, this is a top FAVORITE for me, it's going on my Dark Wall Of Fame. I'm going to frame this MotherFucker, remembering its twistedness.

The story, exceptionally written. Poetic in all its darkness. I was intrigued from the first page, devouring until the very end. Rhys is the character I come to expect from dark books, I crave his instability, his twisted thinking. You know he's wrong, but you can't look away. He's so wrongly right. 

"There were many people after him, but he was a quiet monster. One that lurked in the depths of madness while basking in the sorrows of all his yesterdays." 

The mystery, the intrigue continued throughout the entire book, glimpses from the past kept me turning the pages. The guessing game had me entranced. Nothing is what it seems. I never imagined the ending, completely blindsided, blown away. You know how you get to the end of a movie, and the ending has you gasping from the plot twist? Well, I was laughing, giggling with the crazy. A Wham Bamn, what did I just read? I sat staring at the ceiling with a huge smile on face. Mary E Palmerin you knocked it out of the park, slam dunk, homerun. This book is an absolute must for darkies. 
"But nothing is ever what it seems. People are always hiding behind something."


About the Author

International bestselling author of the Monster series. Writer of dark, taboo tales. Lover of tattoos, art, and a hopeless book junkie.



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