Title: Adam’s Cross (Witchfinder #1)
Author: E.M.G. Wixley
Narrator: Alexander Misiti
Look into the darkness of the human psyche, which lies behind Adam’s eyes. Adam as a child believes he is the perpetrator behind a number of mysterious deaths. Is Adam a child serial killer?
Surviving a chaotic childhood, he enters adulthood as a successful musician with a sublime talent, which mesmerizes his audiences. Fearing the axe of his past is about to drop, he begins to confront the traumatic shadows of his childhood, only to discover a far more sinister secret.
Adam’s life is plagued with difficulties. Whether that be his abusive parents or the creepy house that his grandmother lives in. He’s a target for bullies, but he tries to forget all of that. He’s a violin prodigy. After encountering a strange doll, things take a bizarre turn for him, plunging him into dark hallucinations and visions.
As the story explains each cycle of Adam’s life, it adds another layer to who he is. Even he has questions about who he is deep down, and the more he remembers, the less sure he is that he wants to know.
This is a book with plenty of plot twists and phenomenal character development. Happy to see this is part of a series.
Narration was smooth, working easily with Adam’s character to truly put the icing on the cake that is this audiobook.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.