When Scott was 8 years old, he was abducted and thrown into a cage. Things went from bizarre to horrific in the more than 2 months that followed. After years of therapy, he thinks he has things under control. He has a loving wife, and he’s father to four amazing children. Things were rough for them for a while, but they might have finally turned a corner. But things are unraveling. Maybe he hasn’t fully healed from the past, or maybe he’s buried things he should have dealt with instead.
Overall, this was a mixed bag for me. I felt there were quite a few inconsistencies with things that weren’t well researched. I can’t talk about them without spoiling the book for others, but I can say that they revolved around psychiatric procedures and treatments. Frankly, it makes me angry when authors include mental health issues and then take carte blanche with symptoms or treatments, because you’re saying you don’t care enough to do the research, and you’re doing a disservice to people that suffer. If I look past that anger and look at the book overall, the story is good, and I liked the creepy atmosphere.
Nightmare is available on Amazon for $3.99.