Book Review - The Torment of Rachel Ames by Jeff Gunhus. A psychological thriller.
The Torment of Rachel Ames - A psychological thriller by Jeff Gunhus. Book Review.
This is a book review of psychological thriller The Torment of Rachel Ames by author Jeff Gunhus.
The Torment of Rachel Ames by Jeff Gunhus is an engrossing psychological thriller. The thriller is about a novelist Rachel Ames who is struggling to find out her peace of mind. During this struggle, there are many twists and turns. She decides to move to a cabin near the lake to spend some time and regain her from the writer’s block. Although the place is fascinating but she gets an instinct that something is not right there. She gets serious signals from her subconscious mind. And these signals are indicating things will not be right around her.
Rachel somehow convinces herself to stay in that location that is natural and scenic. But everything starts going in opposite the moment she decides this. Strange things start happening around her to make her believe that her decision of settling here is not right. The beautiful lake is far away from it in reality and so is the place. The Torment of Rachel Ames by Jeff Gunhus is a powerful story expressed so well in just 125 pages. Each page of the story enthralls you and holds you tight in an engrossing manner. The story makes you keep guessing at every moment passed and each page read. It is, in fact, full of action and thrill. The story is impactful and so is its presentation. Rather, the manner in which it has been presented has made it more impressive and effective. All credits to Jeff Gunhus for writing in such a beautiful manner with an excellent plot and superb characterization.
The Torment of Rachel Ames by Jeff Gunhus keeps the suspense in the story intact throughout. The end will surprise you beyond all your imaginations. The cover, story, and title - all go well with each other to make this Novella a powerful read.