I am so thrilled to share this review I just wrote about a new author I just discovered. Don’t you just love discovering someone new. In the book Servant, the chronicles of servitude series, J.S Bailey depicts an awesome contrast between good and evil, and her narrator, Paul McSorley – whom I’ve listened to before, does a fabulous job. Here’s my five-star review. I encourage you to check it out on Audible.
“I absolutely loved the pull between good and evil in this story because it mimics real life, in my opinion. We all are battling good and evil, even within our own minds. When evil attempts to kill good in this story, I kind of had to think about that because evil is a trusted friend of good. In true life, evil is often disguised as a good friend, and we don’t know it until it’s too late and damage has been done. I love the author’s writing style and the way she builds the suspense throughout a chapter and then leaves the reader hanging and switches to another character/chapter. It’s what keeps me listening and rating the story with 5 stars. I hope book two is just as suspenseful. Paul McSorley does an outstanding, professional job with his narration. Nice, clean audio.”