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L.L. Soares ‘Life Rage’ Review


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Written by: Paula Limbaugh

Life Rage by L.L. Soares is a real treat. It’s been a while since I’ve read a book that is so different than anything else on today’s market. The story starts slow and easy, building the characters for us and then all hell breaks loose!

Colleen is a lost soul, empty inside looking for the next one night stand. Sam Wayne a psychotherapist treats people with rage issues. He’s good at what he does, absorbing their rage leaving them calm. Lately though the more rage he absorbs, the more he wants. Viv loves just a little too much. She just wants to take your pain away, lovingly, permanently. Viv feeds on that pain, but like Sam, lately it just isn’t enough.

One night while walking home from a bar, Colleen and a friend are attacked. She sees her friend being torn apart, yet somehow she escapes the same fate. Afraid to return home she runs away into the night. This sets the ball in motion, something horrific is happening. People are being found with limbs torn off. Bodies are piling up, random acts of violence are occurring! At the same time there’s been a rash of deaths attributed to heart attacks. What the hell is going on?

This is an edge of your seat page turner. Don’t miss it, you can order it right here!

Rating: 5/5

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Author of Say No to Drugs, writer for Blumhouse, Dread Central, Horror Novel Reviews and Addicted to Horror Movies.

2 Comments on L.L. Soares ‘Life Rage’ Review

  1. Paula…Apparently you completely enjoyed this book and that is always a good thing. I have so many books that need to be read …I was wondering about how large of a book we are talking about here…Is it very long or a smaller novel? Your build up feels like it may be a quick read and not an extensive novel volume wise. That is of course not going to be what makes me decide to read it or not because it sounds like something I think I may just be adding to my T.B.R. pile….it is intriguing…I am just curious . Vitina

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  2. Hi Vitina, I get where you’re coming from and I can elaborate more. Thanks for the input, it’s appreciated.
    Paula

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