Mark believes he is alone in the world. Rejected by his parents as a child, he spent his childhood bouncing from one foster home to another. The loss of his beloved little brother, Davey, makes him believe he has nothing left to live for. Mark finds himself on a destructive path after agreeing to help a person from his childhood.
A wager made by two strangers sets a chain of events in motion: Mark finds the one person he believed he had lost forever, while he desperately tries to get out of the life he has made for himself. Never having allowed himself to get close to anyone, he can't understand the connection he has to Libby. Can Mark escape the life he set in motion seven years ago and allow Libby into his life, or is his karma fractured permanently?
This book was very good from start to finish. I am really want to read the third book.
Would you listen to Fractured Karma again? Why?
It's very good I would listen one more time.
What does Tristan Wright bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
This was exellent narration it fit the characters very well.