A Sequel to Affinity’s Window by Douglas L. Wilson
Description: All souls feed the fire. Special Agent Ted Kelwick is a man divided, a tortured soul playing both sides of a dangerous game. In this sequel to Affinity’s Window, old enemies re-emerge to carry on the deadly bidding of their dread master, and to conquer the mysterious power they sense hidden deep within Ted. The Pez, a notorious serial killer that escaped capture, a murderer whose heinous crimes against humanity sent Ted’s life into a downward spiral, has returned to kill again. Ted soon discovers that the Pez’s strings are being pulled by another, that his bloody killings are part of an ages old ritual to enslave human souls. Drawn into these ritualistic murders by the serial killer’s puppet master, Ted fights for his very survival, and his sanity, as the ancient power that lies within him begins its awakening.
So this is a sequel of sorts to Affinity’s window. It takes place years after the events of the last book. As you all know I LOVED Affinity’s Window! It was legit one of the best creepy books I’ve ever read. Unfortunately I don’t think this one met the same standards that he set in his first one. I found this one way less creepy, and less dangerously mysterious. However it was still a fantastic book!!! The author manages to keep you guessing what’s going to happen next! When you think the story is going to zig, it zags. The author does a wonderful job with all of his characters, you simply can’t help but get attached to them. The writing is basically flawless… a lot of feelings and thoughts are repeated quite often throughout the book, but that’s also just kind of the way the character thinks, so it makes sense. The book was a fantastic pace, not too rushed but also not slow enough to be boring. The ending was intense and action packed, not scary at all though, but I like the way the author shows the scenes from everyone’s POV. He shows what each of them see and feel at the same time. It’s great! The ending was a major cliffhanger and I can’t wait to read the next book! I would absolutely recommend this series!
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