Open-hearted Jonah is willing to risk hellfire and damnation for brief moments of pleasure with Rafe, but the older man is frozen in a past he can't escape, no matter how far he runs. As Rafe struggles to choose between responsibilities of his present and his past, mysterious accidents assail the close-knit carnival community. Will the perpetrator be revealed before the traveling show is ruined? And will Rafe finally reveal his true self to Jonah or continue to mask his identity like the changing images in a house of mirrors?
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By Helen on 19-06-18
It is not what I expected, interesting though. Sorry. I am not good at rating stories.
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By Bosco on 24-07-18
Complete Jerk of a Character
I don't understand what the appeal of this book is supposed to be. Jonah is a nice guy, a likable character. But Rafe was a complete jerk. I don't care how the story ended, portraying one of the main characters as an insensitive selfish jerk for the first 6 and a half hours cannot be redeemed.
Living with the carnival show for a few hours was nice, but it wore thin. It ceased supporting the plot about midway through. The other characters, except for maybe Sam, were undeveloped and so played no rôle in the story.
In the end, there was little to like about this work.