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As of 21 September, 10 copies of this book are available at www.alibris.com. This is a great company to do business with!
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Latest review: (five stars)
Reviewed By Tiffany Parker
Official Apex Reviews Rating:
Estranged from his mother for forty years, Malachi Walmsley travels to his boyhood
home of Covington, Louisiana, to settle her estate when he learns of her death. In the midst
of various challenges in his life, including a pending divorce, Malachi fears his trip home will
open old wounds that previously caused him to suffer frightening nightmares, which stem
from a fatal accident when he was only eight years old that left his Uncle Buddy dead and his
mother suffering from severe physical and psychological trauma. Once back in Covington,
Malachi seeks counseling to help him dig deeper into the situation; however, as the mystery
unfolds, it becomes clear that his problems are much deeper and more complicated thank
Fractal is nothing less than a stellar, all-engrossing read. Crafted entirely in the form of
email correspondence, author Kathryn Eberle Wildgen’s standout offering is a dynamic
example of masterful storytelling. Combining intriguing story lines with superb character
development, Fractal cleverly intertwines the elements of historical fiction and psychological
mystery, keeping the reader in renewed, sustained suspense with each fresh turn of the page.
With Fractal as her debut offering in the world of fiction, Wildgen is sure to amass a legion
of devoted followers for each of her subsequent works. Highly recommended.