, author of Second Chances, says :
5 out of 5 stars — I was hooked on this story from the start. I
find the way it was written fascinating. The author literally dreamt
this book, and then wrote it all out from his memory, without editing
it. It’s just perfect as it is! I heard about Marty Beaudet’s
experimental writing and, although curious, I didn’t have time to go
and read the serial as it was developing online. I finally found time
to visit the blog and read the free online version when the author had
already written 16 chapters. I read the whole thing in one sitting
because it was that gripping!
Losing Addison is a psychological thriller exploring
schizophrenia and the unexplained bond between twins. It’s a story that
will have you glued to the page. The suspense is well constructed and
made me want to continue reading until I found out what was happening.
The story unravels bit by bit, slowly revealing the reasons behind
the characters’ behaviour. Beaudet drip feeds the information in the
most effective way, with flashback scenes and high drama. A
wonderfully entertaining story. I’d recommend it to everyone who likes
a good suspenseful thriller.
Joel Kirkpatrick, author of Breathing Into Stone says:
So chilling. There are so many possibilities brought to life by
this story. The one that just haunts me – this is NOT an insanity.
Written directly as a paranormal, to force that response, it might have
lacked the power it has. ‘Losing Addison’ is a wide-open doorway, with
terrible monsters in the darkness beyond. Name your accolades, Sir,
you have earned a basket full.