Book Review:  The Silent Sounds of Chaos

The Silent Sounds of Chaos

by Kristina Circelli

Red Coat PR
Mystery & Thrillers

Pub Date 19 May 2016
I was given a copy of The Silent Sounds of Chaos through the publisher and their partnership with Netgalley in exchange for my honest review which is as follows:

A seven year old boy frightened alone in a closet, hiding from the strange men his Mother has brought to the trailor men he is scared of.

A voice, he isn’t sure is real at first but it brings him comfort.  He’s not alone.

A little girl, a new town and a new Mommy who loves her. The best Mommy ever. 

They come up with nick names for one another she calls him Finn, he calls her snow.

By the time she is seventeen Snow has become a beautiful young woman.

Finn feels Snow leaving his head one day, as he makes decisions that push him farther and farther away.  In many ways he is following his Mothers wreckless path.

When he’s twenty Snow is there once more trying to get him to stop drinking and driving.

He realizes then that she is in trouble, Some big tattooed men kidnapped her, and all he knows about Snow is that she is going to College somewhere in the Bible Belt.  She never even gave her, her real name.

Finally after an online search he realizes a college student was kidnapped in Georgia.

But who is Snow, does she really exist, or is she a mere figment of his imagination a way for him to escape the realities of his life?

Find out in The Silent Sounds of Chaos.

Five out of five stars

Happy Reading


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