Things are not what they seem.
Peter Ryan can’t find his wife and daughter. Everyone keeps telling him they died, but he doesn’t believe them. He does, however, have memories of their funeral. When his house is invaded, he discovers that he has survival skills he was not aware he had. He doesn’t understand what is going on, and do the disconnected memories have anything to do with what’s happening? And, what about the nightmare he has almost every night? Is it significant? Centralia is a fast-paced, edge-of-your-seat suspense story where “things are not what they seem”.
This story is very well-written and the characters, down to the very minor characters who only appear in one chapter, are very well-developed. One of the best minor characters in the book is Ronnie. He’s only in one chapter, but Mike gave me so much information about Ronnie that I immediately cared about this character. I would like to see Mike continue Ronnie’s story in another book sometime.
The story grabbed my attention right from the start and held it in a strong grip right up until the very end. Mike Dellosso has a talent for giving great descriptions of people and settings without making it too wordy or slowing the action and suspense down. The story is action-packed, suspenseful and frightening.
I’ve been a Mike Dellosso fan for a year now, and though I haven’t yet read all of his books, I think this could be his best work yet. I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes to be kept up late because you just can’t put this book down; to anyone who loves a story packed with action and suspense, you won’t want to miss this one.