“The Many” Book Review

September 2, 2016 / 0 comments

“The Many” Book ReviewThe Many by Nathan Fields
Published by Self-Published on June 9th 2016
Format: eARC
Source: ARC, Netgalley
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Karl notices something odd about his sister the morning after a blind date. A coldness in her manner; nothing anyone else would notice. Suspicious, he confronts her about the date but she turns nasty, accusing him of taking a perverse interest in her sex life.

When he next sees her, months later, she seems back to normal, until a harmless comment provokes a sudden, violent response. As her mental state fluctuates, Karl seeks out the man she dated just before her personality began to change, convinced she is suppressing a painful memory from that night. But what he discovers is something far more sinister, and pervasive, than he'd ever imagined.

Angie’s Thoughts:

This is one book that will leave me looking at online dating sites a lot differently.

The Many is a creepy, spine-tingling, weird as hell read.

We have two main characters that are trying to figure out what happened to their loved ones. Karl, whose sister went on a date with a mysterious handsome stranger one night just to come home acting weird and cruel and Dawn, whose mom meets a beautiful woman online to do the same as Karl’s sister. The police aren’t taking them seriously.

The Many weaves us through their minds as they watch their loved ones become ppl who they no longer know.
When you think you have it figured out you don’t and the ending is something I never saw coming! I’ve never read any books by Nathan Fields but after reading The Many I’m a life long fan.

Nathan knows how to write a beautiful yet tragic, spine-tingling, page turning book that will leave you on the edge of the seat until the end.

The Verdict:



About Nathan Fields

Nathan Field was born in New Zealand. He spent many years traveling and working around the world before returning home.

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