Review posted on March 26, 2012

Apartment 23A by Eugene Cusie

★★★★-One mans reality is another mans insanity…

Apartment 23A is the story of Robert Jenkins, a man troubled by nightmares, hallucinations & the demons of his past. He truly doesn’t know what’s real & what is being fabricated by his mind. Is his soon to be ex-wife alive, or did he murder her? Is his soul possessed by a demon, or is it simply the hallucinations of a fractured mind? While the story bounces around quite a bit, and you have to pay close attention to what’s going on, it all starts to come together by midway through the book. When you reach the end, everything makes perfect sense, and you don’t feel frustrated, or think that you may have missed something. It has mispellings, and maybe some punctuation & grammatical errors, but overall, the story is well written & imaginative, an enjoyable read. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a book that make you stop & think.


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