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Publisher's Summary

As a painter travels the world and creates his art, he also mourns the death of his queen, his wife. He is secluded from the world and finds an escape through the drawings in his work. Not until he gets an unexpected knock at his door does his life take a drastic turn. The guest presents a problem that traps them inside of a home for 72 hours and this quiet suburban estate becomes the devil’s playground. The painter is then thrown into a psychological game that has twists and turns, which leads to an unforeseeable ending. This thrilling, plot-twisting tale will change your views on storytelling forever.

©2019 JaQuavis Coleman (P)2019 Blackstone Publishing and Urban Audiobooks, LLC

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Dont buy

I didn't like the ending. I felt the ending was very rushed not that out well and unplanned. I felt it was someone just trying to sell a book.

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not as good as part 1.

part one could could of just had this ine added to it. it was good but too bizarre w the twist at the ending no way the bait was hooked up like that

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Just ok

The story line did not come together until the very end. It was average and just an ok book. I feel like it took to long to build the story

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boring

This book is boring I listen to three chapters and I could not get into the story. Not JaQuavis best work.

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Great book

wish it was more to the story! I don't like that shawna died! great! read

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Eh

It was hard to get into but overall a great story love it! Need more words

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Excellent butttt

This storyline was everything but the recording kept cutting out and I missed a lot of the story!!

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RUSHED, RUN ON.

THE MERE MENTION OF BASIL'S NAME WASNT ENOUGH OF A CONNECTION TO THE STORYLINE. MR. COLEMAN WRITES ABOUT BEING TRUE TO THIS... this doesn't demonstrate that. poor work

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Not my fav...

Everything about this book gets a C grade to me. Nothing special. The ending was decent but overall not my favorite by this author.

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cold

all i can say smdh saying as the plot thickness the slices that peels back