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A.M. Kherbash ô 8 Read & Download Free read ã eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ô A.M. Kherbash Summary Lesath AUTHOR A.M. Kherbash ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF E as an inmateGreg stopped the rewinding mechanism when he detected rustling and soft thumps coming through the ceiling vent―or thought he did since the uirky nature of unidentified noise is that it usually ceases whenever one stops to listen Like a living body no running building is without its small unaccountable bumps and muffled clanks; yet even if they’re mostly benign noise at night they’re magnified by the ever present hush and their unfamiliarity never fails to inflame the imagination of the sleepless newcomer LESATH is a psychological horror that pays tribute to gothic ficti. Lesath by AM Kherbash is an X Files esue read tinged with elements of Shutter Island Inception and the Agent Pendergast series by Douglas Preston Lincoln Child We mostly follow Greg an unreliable narrator if ever there was one A drifter who lives in his truck and hopes to create a career in free lance writing Greg follows hints to a secret facility in Duncastor or does he where he ends up a captive of the place The facility director Dr Carver tells Greg that he must stay in place of an inmate who escaped and who happens to look exactly like Greg There are flashbacks to Greg s childhood that alludes to a twin named Ory and some nameless abuse Though most of the story focuses on Greg there are asides following the enigmatic Dr Carver as well as Holden a former staff member turned inmate Greg agrees albeit reluctantly but as the days pass he discovers this is something than a special correctional facility Something sinister stalks the shadowed halls Something hungry It reads like a paralysis dream that foggy liminal state when the brain wakes but the subconscious still controls body functions aware and unable to move A state that can lead to vivid dreams as real as the waking world Greg whose twin Ory GregOry makes me think that Greg suffers from DIDS and Ory is a dominant yet secondary personality manifested to deal with the childhood trauma A protector figure that resurfaces as Grim This mysterious doppelganger makes an appearance or does he interacting with others but never Greg except one shroom worthy encounter that seems to support the DID Much of the story is disjointed which suits its tone and substance Every page will leave you uestioning what is true and what shapes reality what hides in the dark and what hides in our own inner depths The ending too suits the book but it left me going AAAHHHH I wanted to know if my guesses and suspicions were correct but like Inception the ending leaves it open for the reader to continue to ponder the possibilities Are you brave enough to face Lesath Are you brave enough to face yourself Enter the shadowed halls of Duncastor where dreams are reality and reality tis but a dream Overall a great read Recommended for those who like psychological thrillers especially with hints of X Files Inception and Shutter Island or those who enjoy Douglas Preston Lincoln Child s worksMany thanks to Netgalley and the author for providing an egalley in exchange for a fair and honest review

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A.M. Kherbash ô 8 Read & Download Free read ã eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ô A.M. Kherbash Summary Lesath AUTHOR A.M. Kherbash ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Locked in his dark cell Greg lay awake in bed fidgeting with the small cassette recorder pressing the rewind and stop buttons to listen to the heavy click and spring loaded clank that initiated and punctuated the faint whirring mechanics He knew well enough no one was going to come looking for him―not while he was in between jobs living in a four door pickup truck and had traveled to an undisclosed location without telling anyone What brought him here were rumors of an abandoned building that was said to be part of a black site―rumors that were circulated amongst truckers and drifters. It began in mystery and it will end in mystery but what a savage and beautiful country lies in between Diane Ackerman A Natural History of the SensesI think the uote pretty much sums up my experience I downloaded the netgalley ARC a while back and kept putting it off I don t know if it s the ratings that made me enjoy the book but holy s is it underrated I m guessing this is one of those books that agitates the average reader like watching your first Kubrick and leaving the theatre going WTF was that all about Last I felt like this was after watching the finale of Twin Peaks The Return which at the time felt incomplete But after it settled in my mind and after listening to at least three different recap podcasts I found that it kind of made sense and in a strange way I actually liked it better than I thought I gave Lesath the same consideration and allowed it to settle because I really did enjoy reading it Plot wise in terms of following the main character s arc the story is or less complete It s some of the unanswered uestions that the book leaves us with that I think might bother some readers Then I notice the author had officially announced a seuel that promises to answer some of them and that got me curious I think Kherbash has something here He gives some exposition but holds back from explaining too much He s also adept in translating that precarious state of mind of the sleep deprived As someone who suffers bouts of insomnia I found the whiplash moment when Greg falls asleep without knowing it and then snaps back to reality all too familiar There s something raw in the text that s refreshing to anyone seeking to level up from gelded juvenile writing There s also a tactile uality and a haunting beauty to the writing I can t paste many examples without spoilers but the following one is relatively spoiler free Greg ghosted the hallway his lifted hand brushing against the papered walls fully cloaked in darkness except whenever the light briefly illuminated his wary profile The corridors were silent and empty dark save for the windows that served as beacons faintly glowing white with mist addled daylight marking the end of a corridor if not a corner bend Under his bare feet the cool wooden boards now and then gave a sleepy groan Outside the milky fog swirled Inside Greg held the sound of the floorboards as evidence that he still had a physical presence anchored to the here and nowI wish I could tell what occurred before this paragraph that made me appreciate it Let s just say it was terrible scene and to follow it with this uiet moment is like taking shelter from a raging stormBefore I conclude my review I just want to share a couple thoughts I couldn t post on NetGalley due to spoilersview spoilerOur protagonist Greg remains traumatized by the lock up in his childhood One can imagine foster care that followed did little to heal the experience abandoned left for dead and losing his parents and twin brother is sure to leave a mark You can kind of tell from his aimless lonely life that he s damaged goods even if he thinks he s doing well His answer for where do you go for holidays is Wherever I please and if that doesn t sound like someone trying to convince themselves they re fine I don t know what is Grim is also an interesting character is he Greg s long lost twin or the literary doppelg nger figure We know from Holden that Grim exists but he s never in the same place as Greg it s almost a repeat of strange arrangement Greg had with his twin brother Ory in which one goes out while the other stays in Why this arrangement It s hinted at but never explained and I can only guess by recalling something similar in Naoki Urasawa s Monster in which a fugitive mother hides her and her twins identity by dressing the boy as his twin sister and pretending they re one and the same Also in Monster a minor character recounts his childhood which was spent locked him up in a station locker as a form of horrible and cheap daycare while his parents left to work This is not a common trope that most readers will pick up on so maybe the author should have elaborated on the reasons behind this But I digress In a culminating encounter a masked rifleman contemplates shooting Greg while Greg stares at his reflection on the rifleman s full face shield Is this supposed to hint that the rifleman is Grim or is Greg projecting himself in a way Mirrors or reflections are somewhat sinister and foreboding in this story hide spoiler


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    Lesath AUTHOR A.M. Kherbash E–book/E–pub Thank you all for taking time to read review andor rate Lesath Originally I had intended it to be a stand alone novel with no plans for a seuel Even while I was editing the first draft and making side notes for what a seuel might look like it was nothing than a spark of an idea and I didn't want to commit to a seuel without having something substantial to work on But reading these reviews over these past few weeks––whether positive o

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    Lesath AUTHOR A.M. Kherbash E–book/E–pub “It began in mystery and it will end in mystery but what a savage and beautiful country lies in between” ― Diane Ackerman A Natural History of the SensesI think the uote pretty much sums up my experience I downloaded the netg

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    Lesath AUTHOR A.M. Kherbash E–book/E–pub A.M. Kherbash ô 8 Read & Download I don't usually read horror books but this one had a cool cover so I decided to check it out Greg wakes up in a mental institution of sorts Only he is not a patient and he has no memory of entering this place The doctor tells him that he has an uncanny resemblance to an escaped patient only Greg doesn't have the same scars And so Greg will have to be stuck in there until the escaped patient is found And then a

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    Lesath AUTHOR A.M. Kherbash E–book/E–pub Publication date September 30th 2019No rating because DNFI received an e arc through NetGalleyI can’t rate Lesath DNF at 10% because this book just wasn’t for me Ten percent isn’t much of a book but I could feel it in my bones that this was not going to suddenly become interesting for meIt’s not poorly written as far as I read nor is it a boring story idea Mistaken identity institutionalization is su

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    Free download Lesath AUTHOR A.M. Kherbash Free read ã eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ô A.M. Kherbash A.M. Kherbash ô 8 Read & Download I received an arc of this from Netgalley in exchange for my honest thoughts This book was weird After a while I t

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    Lesath AUTHOR A.M. Kherbash E–book/E–pub Lesath by AM Kherbash is an X Files esue read tinged with elements of Shutter Island Inception and the Agent Pendergast s

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    Lesath AUTHOR A.M. Kherbash E–book/E–pub Thanks to NetGalley for providing an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review45 stars or 5 stars with a caveat this book is not for everyone Those looking for a simple straightforward read where the author explains

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    Lesath AUTHOR A.M. Kherbash E–book/E–pub This was a convoluted story that was not really what I was expecting or hoping for from the description It felt like less of a horror and of a sci fi thriller which is really not my thing It started out well enough and there is lots of action but the longer it went on the less I enjoyed it The ending left me with uestions than answers As a horror lover I certainly don't need every little detail to make sense b

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