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    Decades after the Massacre at the Stadler House Group Home the survivor, Emily Stephens, attempt to move forward with her life. But her past will not give Emily up so easily. Her desire to help others has guided her to a career as a Hospice Nurse. But something goes horribly wrong when she finds herself going out on her first individual assignment.

    ©2020 Roger Alderman (P)2022 Roger Alderman

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    • Stacey M
    • 12/05/2022

    missed the mark

    I was given this book for free from audiobook boom and asked to leave an unbiased review for the author and narrator.
    It’s a good premise for a story, but I think it could have been written better. The narrator was a good choice and did a good job. He really seemed to get into the story while reading it.
    Here are my thoughts for the author. Attention to detail, even in a story about the supernatural make it as believable as possible. The patient just dies, the nurse pops him with adrenaline and brings him back and then goes outside leaving him on his own in the house. Patient throws the tv remote control at the cabinet breaking it, but then the story says he – while sitting in his recliner – turns the tv back on…how? Nurse is smoking in the kitchen of a house where a patient dying of COPD and heart failure is sitting in the other room?