Valley of Sorrows

Rated 4.97/5 based on 30 reviews
Thaddeus Andrew Cain grew up in a cold, narcissistic household with a twisted view of life. He learned manipulation and murder at the hands of his father and sexual perversion under the tutelage of his mother. He was brilliant. So ingenious, he was able to kill over and over and still remain anonymous for decades. Until one day, he went too far and disturbed the peace of an ancient spirit. More
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Review by: Peter Nicholas Farrell on April 1, 2014 :
Thoroughly enjoyed it, great book.
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Review by: Wanda Hartzenberg on Aug. 7, 2013 :
I loved this book. Dan, Thad, Marielle is interesting characters that plays to ones darkness with the others light. What I liked most is that Marielle at the age 50 is not a cripple. She is still full of life, love and passion. She cares deeply, beliefs wholeheartedly and loves passionately. She is familiar with the shortcomings of her age but does not let it become part of her life and does not make it part of her shortcomings.
The plot has enough turns in it to keep the readers interest and Thad is evil enough in a bonechilling way to make you turn the pages.

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Review by: Jack Stampler on June 19, 2013 :
Great story, interesting characters.
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Review by: Minnie on June 9, 2013 :
It is a beautiful written book with vivid description that seems to pull you in. I have to admit that I was frightened reading it at night.
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Review by: Claire Daniels on May 26, 2013 :
Well written and captivating. Suspenseful and original. I'd love to read something else by this author.
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Review by: Sara Jenlink on April 28, 2013 :
Valley of Sorrows is a storyteller’s dream—full of twists and turns, simple yet dramatic. I even found myself thinking about the characters and the events as I went about my daily chores. The author’s skill at succinctness, gives the reader short descriptions that are colorful, clear, and captivating. I could see the settings and walk in the valley as well as believe the strange presence at the lake. The characters are as real as you and me with inner conflicts and fears. The despicable acts, sensitively presented, create compassion for the victim, and comprehension of the killer’s emotional anguish—not an easy feat to accomplish. By the time the main character comes to terms with the mysterious woman at the lake, the reader is dying to know what will happen. (Pun intended.) A quick read that will captivate your mind, Valley of Sorrows deserves every ray emitting from five stars.
Sara Jenlink
Masters in English; drama, composition instructor, author
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Review by: Roddy J Dryer on March 25, 2013 :
For anyone who comes across this with the thought of whether to take the chance, rest assured that this might be one of the finest novels you'll EVER read. Valley of Sorrows was so impressive to me that I have reached a point of irritation with all the people I have recommended it to, and I still don't think it can be recommended enough. The story is wondrous and possessing of great depth, the characters are engaging and so realistic, and the overall accomplishment just might find its way to the movies. Yes, it is that good! I will never forget this story.
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Review by: Jimmy Patterson on March 6, 2013 : (no rating)
top read. pros.... very good character progression, plots and sub-plots were fantastic. not any cons I can mention.
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Review by: glen thompson on Jan. 26, 2013 :
What a thrill ride. Hopefully we won't have to wait too long for tis amazingly talented author's next offering. Definately worthy of 5 huge stars.
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