I read a lot of books. It’s not unusual for me to read ten to twelve books in a week, and listen to three to four audiobooks during the same time frame. I think the highest praise I can give this book from my standpoint, is that while reading “The Walls Came Tumbling Down,” I didn’t pick up another book or listen to another audiobook. I found myself carrying my Kindle from room to room in my house, hoping for a minute or two I could dedicate to the book. That’s how powerful this book is.
If you like a book that pulls you through it, and must be a one or two sitting read- you will love “The Walls Came Tumbling Down.” A excellent read from E.G. Weeks with plenty of action and surprises, this tale is a treat for the reader. Beyond the requisite love, romance and stalkers- the author has given us a study of the main characters, and most specifically Danielle Moore, written with sensitivity and spirituality.
We can go beyond the story to see and feel the thoughts of the characters and learn of their past life experiences that are causing them to make the decisions at hand. As we get to know the characters, we feel what they feel. The reader knows their fear, their grief, and love. The story is drawn descriptively so that we become familiar not only with the players, but also brings full flavor to characters like Hoodie Creeper and Trey Collins who we come to understand throughout the book.
This is a story that gives the signs and sounds such realism that you enter the story effortlessly. Just don’t dismiss this as just another book. The characters will intrigue and endear you as you get to know them more intimately as the story evolves. I love a novel where a character becomes a friend to the reader— and you will find more than one friend in “The Walls Came Tumbling Down.” This is what hooked me I finished this book more than a few days ago, and I’ve been trying to figure out if I have the words to do it justice in my review. I didn’t want the book to come to an end. If that’s not a ringing endorsement—I don’t know what is. This book is one that should be on your shelf, or living on your Kindle.
Danielle Moore shuts out the world after her husband leaves her. Her only friend lives hundreds of miles away. Her only activity is staying home and battling her demons in her nightmares; until she becomes the victim of a stalker. No one knows what the Hoodie Creeper looks like because of the hood but Danielle quickly realizes this stalker is a psychopath with a determination to destroy her.
She turns to a detective she knew ten years ago; Trey Collins was the man who let her mother’s mysterious death go unsolved. He promised Danielle that this time he would take good care of her. But does Trey know what he’s getting himself into? Find out the real story in The Walls Came Tumbling Down. Why don’t you pick up a copy today?