Book Review: The Castle by Anne Montgomery

Soul-stirring

Ancient ruins, haunted memories, and a ruthless criminal combine with a touch of mystic presence in this taut mystery about a crime we all must address.

In The Castle, Montgomery introduces Maggie, a National Park Ranger of Native American descent, who is recovering from the gang rape she suffered in the Coast Guard. The reader follows Maggie through her depression, anger, and ultimate healing.

The author’s powerful storytelling creates suspense that piques the reader’s curiosity with impressive in-depth research and statistics. The emotions of the protagonist are beautifully crafted.

A brilliant book that encapsulates every known element of sexual assault helps to understand the harsh realities and encourages the victims to come forward to combat the prevailing cruelties.

Truly a masterpiece.

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