Monday, May 23, 2016

Review: Seed

Seed Seed by Ania Ahlborn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

"It was I, it was me. It was us, it was We!"

Seed is another great masterpiece of Ania Ahlborn! Set in the deep south (between Georgia and New Orleans) Seed delves deep into the very source of evil and evokes the age old question, "Is it nature or nurture?"

Like a psychotherapist, Ahlborn takes you deep into the mind (and the highly guarded past) of Jack Winter, a loving father of two beautiful girls and a decent husband to his lovely, delicate wife. Happy together in a small house, making ends meet, all is sustainable until the night of the accident. Jack swerves to miss something in the road and flips the vehicle carrying himself and all three of his girls! They all come out physically unscathed...but I can assure you - they are NOT ALL RIGHT!

The presence causing the whole fiasco turns out not to be a surprise foe, but a very old fiend (or friend - take your pick) that has spent many "Winters" with our man Jack. And when all is said and done, there will be no more secrets left to tell and likely no more ears to hear the wails!

Seed is an awesome thriller for which I hope will spawn a sequel!

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