Prospect Hill by Bibiana Krall (Book Review #54)
Posted on October 10, 2017
by Jeyran Main
Ayanna Douet Blackwell is a spirit that has not yet passed the light. She has remained on earth infatuated by a man named Nino Balzano. She follows him everywhere and wishes him the best, however; the attachment is torment for them both. He is aware of this paranormal activity and seeks help from Father Taddeo to resolve this issue. Taddeo appears to know how to work around these matters and by repeating some holy words, he attempts to visually bring Ayanna into sight and ask her to leave Nino.
Ayanna has a history as well as the love she has for Nino. The way she has passed away and her troubles are entirely felt in this short story. The style of writing is unique and has a poetic and romantic notion to it. There are times where you feel lost in transition and then come back to the reality of how awkward of a situation this has to be for both of body and soul.
There are not many books written about after death or fictional paranormal love, and in this case, the author also is worthy of being credited for her originality.
I recommend this book to people that like to read out of the box.
Written by Jeyran Main
This review was kindly requested by the Author, Bibiana Krall.
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