Delusions (Book 2 of The List of Five Series) {Book Review}

Richie's eighteenth birthday brings another haunting list, a list of five people he cares about, and one that should be dead. DEAD? Can he handle it all, or will it drive him crazy. When he finds out that the person on the list that is deceased is actually alive, he knows he must do something or all will be lost

Can he stop events before the end in everyone he has left dying? Can he find the mysterious cult leader, Travius Free and bring him to justice for killing his family and friends? Has he grown up enough to face all of this and come out on top?

Is he capable of facing up to it all or is it all just a delusion?

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My Review:

I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Delusions picks up where the first book ended; Richie waking up, his head pounding as five names hammer away over and over again in his head. As if Richie hasn't already suffered enough here it goes starting all over again and to make matters worse, someone from his past has returned but is everything as it seems? To get the answer then you must read the book as Mr. J. Scott Sharp continues to weave an amazing storyline and trust that once he captures you in his web you'll be wanting more. The story grabs you from beginning to end. You'll want to cry, scream in anger and most of all you'll definitely be on the edge of your seat. I cannot wait until the next book to see what surprises there will be in store for us and what new revelations will be revealed. This highly anticipated second book for the readers of this series did not disappoint and I know you'll love it as much as I did if not more.

About the Author:

J. Scott Sharp has been writing for much of his considerable life, but only just now decided to take it seriously at 48. This makes him a little crazy. At least his wife Marti and his two dogs, Sumo and Tnur think so.

He has his degree in psychology, which qualifies him for nothing except understanding what you're thinking. At least he likes to think so. He also thinks he understands what you're feeling, but that's a whole other problem.

He lives in Arizona where he splits his time between watching TV on DVD, working, and writing. His hobbies include stage and close-up magic and reading until his eyes won't stay open. Closed eyes make it harder to do stage magic, but he tries.

He is the author of short stories Not Even There, Three Blackbirds, and Cold-blooded

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