Thursday, 28 June 2012
Review of The Ghosts of Poynter by Amos Carr
After a quick scene that helps define the type of man Tyler is, Amos Carr then takes time to fill the reader in on a couple of events from Tyler’s past; the first being how he came to own his horse and then tells how Tyler’s fell deeply in love and then lost that girl to a fire.
The story has two main threads; the first being who is attempting to kill Tyler and why, the other being the meeting of Sarah and the ghosts that rise in Tyler due to this, causing him to struggle with his feelings...
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