From the beginning, Jack's story pulled me into this intriguing supernatural thriller. From the start, the demons and ghosts in the shadows were gripping, creating an intense and foreboding atmosphere. I was very interested in Jack's family as an adult and how that experience shaped how he came back as a child. Jack's reintroduction to life and his childhood after his coma were fascinating. Jack's character held the duality of being in a child's body with the memories and emotional control of an adult. The writing switched between the points of view of Jack and the ghost, Kasper Greenstreet. I was equally attracted to Kasper's storyline as Jack's. Being able to read about Kasper's life and death created him as a full person. I loved reading about his artistic process and the passion he put into his work. As Jack's interactions with Kasper increase, so does the suspense, culminating in an exciting ending. With many questions still unanswered, I can't wait to dive into the next book in the series.
This book was received for free in return for an honest review.