Speechless. After finishing the last word and sitting mouth a gape staring at the screen, speechless was exactly how I felt. This story of loss and longing doesn’t just tug at the heart strings, it reaches deep inside and gives the old ticker a good yanking. I defy anyone not to think of a lost loved one while reading this novelette. The supernatural element in the story will not fail to give the reader an uneasiness that surrounds The Mill and its history which will without doubt send a chill down your spine.
With the loss of his wife, Micheal seeks solace within a support group until a reason other than bereavement takes him on a beautifully tragic path to The Mill.Yes I know it’s hardly the most revealing sentence but I’m reluctant to say more as every page takes us further into the mystery of what the recurring dreams mean. Trust me though when I say you will not be disappointed. Mark West’s ability to create a bond between reader and character through the pain of losing a loved one is something that most readers can relate too giving us the feel that we know Micheal as a person rather than a character, for me is unlike anything I have read up to now. My only wish was that this was novel as I didn’t want to put it down, I wanted more!
The Mill will be available in paperback soon, so grab a copy, sit in the still of the dark with a reading lamp and delve into this amazing story, one that will not leave you for a long time to come.
I”m so nice that here is the link to get your own copy:
And here’s Mark’s site too: