When Leaves Fall: A Different Point of View Story by C.A. King – Review by Debi Kircher

When Leaves Fall: A Different Point of View StoryWhen Leaves Fall: A Different Point of View Story by C.A. King
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

When Leaves Fall (A Different Point of View Story Book 1) by C.A. King

5 Stars

He wakes up realizing he is laying on dirt. Where is he? Why is he here? Who is he? As memories flood his mind he thinks he remembers better times, but everything is hazy. He tries to leave the small shed he wakes up in and realizes he is trapped by something too tight around his neck, as he cries out he is all of a sudden hit by something, many times, it’s raining, he is soaked and wet and in pain. He hears a name, Ralph, yes this must be his name. What is going on, he hears voices but it seems they can’t hear him, what crime has he committed that has him deserving to be a prisoner like this. Hungry and in pain, it’s getting worse and his flashbacks have him wondering if they are just dreams. If he had a family wouldn’t they be saving him or looking for him?

This is a heart wrenching story, making me feel all kinds of emotions during it and at the end. Written in a way that will stay with me forever when I come across certain situations especially. This is my first book by this author and it has definitely left me wondering about her other work. This was written very well and I can’t wait to check out everything else she has written.
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