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Delusion: Kiss me when I’m dead Review

  Delusion: Kiss me when I’m dead by Wayne Clark is a fast-paced, page-turning dark thriller.  It is one fantastically demented wild ride that I couldn’t get enough of.  The story focuses on when obsession becomes full-blown delusion, and when the main character gets going in his psychotic state, the scenes are jaw-dropping.  If you are a fan of psychological thrillers with just a touch of horror, definitely put Delusion on your list. Anthony sees a girl named Laura in passing and is immediately obsessed with her.  He begins to follow her around and learn about her life, but when he moves in to finally meet her, he is rejected immediately.  This, of course, sets him off for the worst, causing a cascade of events to unfold.  These events were seriously twisted and unpredictable, and I loved every moment of it.  It was a psychotic adventurous roller coaster, and I had no idea when or if I could get off the ride. The storyline kept me hooked the entire time.  I read the book in only

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