After a lifetime of physical and mental abuse, 13-year-old Babylon finally escapes the shack in the woods, in search of the Moon People.
Investigator Nick Grimmer witnesses the crumbling of his marriage as his wife slips further and further into an unexplained madness.
Purdy Fallon is a child trapped in a man's body, abandoned in a ramshackle trailer by his mother 20 years earlier. Then Babylon shows up at his door...and changes everything forever.
Where does Relative Sanity rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
I loved the story and the narrator was easy to listen to, with the right amount of intensity to keep me interested.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Relative Sanity?
This book was filled with imagery and super scary in a way that was almost to realistic!
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
This book and all of Matin's work make me think and evaluate how I interact with people and how lucky I am on many different levels. I get wrapped into his characters as they go through some horrifying events, and I breathe a breath of fresh air when they come out the others side ok.
Any additional comments?
A great read for anyone that like to go dark and deep!