Fallen Shroud Review
Weeping Spider Publishing
July 23, 2021
Fantasy - Supernatural - Suspense
Keren loves playing with her four imaginary friends. They not only make her smile, but she enjoys the obstacle courses she puts herself through to keep them from catching her. The fact that she is twenty-one and still interacting with her illusive friends isn’t a big deal, though, right?
Join Keren and her alluring friends in D.J. Dalton’s Fallen Shroud. The opening of the Twisted Curse Series, D.J. sweeps readers into a voyage of discovery, uncertainty, and loyalty. Be prepared to stay up into the wee hours of the night, as the need to know what happens next keeps the pages turning.
Although expected, the plotline moves fairly slow in the beginning as readers become familiar with all the characters. However, the speed does pick up, bringing lots of action and suspense with it. Recommended for new adult and up, there is only five instances of borderline profanity within as well as an omission of sexual content. Add a few spelling and grammatical errors and a rating of 4 out of 5 stars is given.
Please take caution if any of the following actions may cause you distress: hand to hand combat, knife and sword violence, unemployment, paranoia, brutally beaten, murder, missing loved ones, imprisonment, discrimination, mutilated and bloody bodies, genocide, racial inequality, theft, alcohol and drug use, kidnapping, torture, burning flesh, cruelty to animals, cardiac arrest, protective custody, harassment, bullying, betrayal, deceit, explosions, decapitation, earthquake, and fugitive.
The first book in the Twisted Curse Series, Fallen Shroud, occupies readers with a supernatural phenomenon. Make sure to look out for the continuation with book two, Entangled Fates, releasing January 16, 2022.
Thank you to #FallenShroud, #TwistedCurseSeries, #DJDalton, and #WeepingSpiderPublishing, for the opportunity to read this book and give my honest review.