Lornamair

Lornamair Ben woke up on his first night at a prospective development location to find his wife missing with no word given or sign left behind After giving up the search he went home to try and piece his life

  • Title: Lornamair
  • Author: Dax Christopher
  • ISBN: 9780988987319
  • Page: 225
  • Format: ebook
  • Ben woke up on his first night at a prospective development location to find his wife missing, with no word given or sign left behind After giving up the search, he went home to try and piece his life back together until finally getting a clue about where she might have goned who had taken her In the days that follow, Ben will have to decide how much love is worth,Ben woke up on his first night at a prospective development location to find his wife missing, with no word given or sign left behind After giving up the search, he went home to try and piece his life back together until finally getting a clue about where she might have goned who had taken her In the days that follow, Ben will have to decide how much love is worth, and learn just how badly the loss of it can twist someone who has known nothing else His resolve will be tested, and his very life s purpose will be redefined as he tries to discover where his love has goneApproximate word count 52,000

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      Published :2019-09-17T08:08:33+00:00

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  • I received this book for free through First Reads. Big thanks to Dax Christopher! That being said, the following is my considered review of the book.The storyline is based on a property developer seeking the truth about his wife’s disappearance from the new prospective resort they were visiting. After she is missing for two years, a tip-off has him chasing up the myths and folklore of the local population – a group of people seemingly cut off from the outside world.This unusual short novel [...]


  • I must say to begin with, I was pleasantly surprised. This has a touch of paranormal in it. It isn't forced down your throat. And it makes sense and actually adds to the story. This is not a large book, having only 177 pages which of course makes for a quick read. A really good read! It begins when Ben investigates the possibility of opening a vacation getaway comparable to an affordable Hawaii. He takes his wife with him to explore. But, she goes missing! He spends so much time searching for he [...]


  • In compliance with FTC guidelines; I received the book for free through First Reads.This book was an interesting read with a well written story.I loved Dax Christopher's writing style. It felt clean and concise. The story followed a logical progression and was interesting. There were not to many twists and turns but each one was well taken. For instance the ending was more or less exactly what I expected it to be. Lornamair was well worth the read and I will read it again in the future.I look f [...]


  • This is a disturbing little fable that is perfect for an afternoon. It clocks in at 177 pages and can easily be read at one setting. It's moody, ethereal, not always linear but different. Thanks Dax for giving us something different. It's not great literature, it doesn't set itself up to be great literature. It's a haunting, stifling, strange tale. I'm glad I went along for the ride.


  • I received a free copy of Lornamair via a giveaway. This book is a very good example of what a woman scorned is capable of but also shows how the right person can help shed a new and more positive light on an unfortunate event so that old wounds may have a chance to heal. Thank you and thank you Dax Christopher.


  • Not what I was expecting, but a very interesting story. This was a quick read about love, loss, and revenge. The revenge part was unexpected, as well as the paranormal twist that went along with it. Something about the story didn't pull me in as much as I think it could have, but it was still worth the read.


  • I received the book for free through First Reads.This was an odd but entertaining little book. I found myself at times very drawn in by the plight of the main character and at other times feeling as though the plot was a little too cliched. The ending in particular was very weak but overall it was a pretty good book.


  • I won this book on a first read giveaway and I was happy when I won it because I was looking forward to reading it and I thought the story was amazing and really enjoyed reading it and I thought it was very creepy but great book :)


  • I won my copy of Lornamair from and read the book in one sitting. The author has written a wonderful story about a love scorned-woman. An entertaining, interesting, and well written book.


  • I received this book for free through First Reads.Very well written and fast paced mystery which I thoroughly enjoyed.



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