Suffer Asylum by Jack Carl Stanley


I loved this book! Anyone who likes to delve into a book and forget everything else around them will.
This book will keep you turning pages, not wanting to put it down. If you don’t believe in ghosts you will STILL enjoy this book!
A drug-addicted mother of a teenage boy and little girl, who in fact, is no more then a girl herself, runs from the law when she loses custody to her ex-husband. She’s abusive, neglectful and uses the kids for money to buy drugs.
She makes the kids run out the window after the police try the front door, and continues to run until they find themselves at an asylum they shouldn’t have.
These “medical practitioners” eerily move about welcoming them on that dark dreary night elaborating that they have been expecting them, knowing them by name.
Much to the teenagers angst, he witnesses things only he and his little sister can see, the chaos ensues throughout the book.
You will not want to miss this ending! I’m not going to be a spoiler, so grab a copy, you most definately won’t regret it!
I was fortunate enough to receive a signed copy by the author for reviewing this book.
DISCLAIMER: I received this book free for my honest and unbiased review. My discount does not influence my review in any way