Maps of Hell
I fell into the deepest of holes. I am no one.
I awake in a windowless room—naked, filthy, bruised, robbed of my every memory. I feel inexplicably drowned in a sea of hatred and rage. I…don't know who I am. But I know I must escape.
This is Matt Wells, hero of The Death List and The Soul Collector, as you've never seen him.
Crime writer Matt Wells could never have conjured a plot this twisted—a secretive militia running sick brainwashing experiments in the Maine wilderness, himself a subject. He knows they've been subconsciously feeding him instructions…but for what?
Taunted by maddening snatches of a life he can't trust as his own, Matt's piecing it together: three gruesome killings he's blamed for…and a woman…someone from his past he should remember.
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This is my favorite book by far. It starts out so weird, yet appealing. I couldn't stop seeing the images that the book embedded into my mind. I personally found it very thrilling, and unpredictable. You can never really guess what a character will do. This book is not what it seems initially be, but that is how it stays interesting. The way the author lets you see through each characters' eyes let me see how each character thinks in his/her own way. The storyline is pretty original, and intricate. You'll be thinking ahead as you read, just to see if your prediction was correct. Every step of the way you'll be suprised by what happens. This book is a short read, and even if you don't like it. You'd find yourself appreciating what the book had to offer.