Through a Glass Darkly by Pelaam

Title: Through A Glass Darkly

Author: Pelaam

Genre: Paranormal, Time-Travel, Mystery

Length: Novella (84pgs)

Publisher: Silver Publishing (29th October 2011)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5Hearts

Reviewer: Pixie

Blurb: Do you believe in ghosts? Rad didn’t. Not until he became the owner of a beautiful antique mirror and learned of the tragedy of the previous owner. If Rad can change the past, he’ll destroy his own future happiness.

Do you believe in ghosts? Rad didn’t. At least not until he became the owner of a beautiful antique mirror. Through it, he sees glimpses of the past and learns of a terrible tragedy and the death of the mirror’s last owner. He knows, in some way, he is being offered the chance to change what happened. But even if Rad does change it, he knows he will also destroy his own future happiness, as he finds himself falling in love with a man long since dead.

Purchase Link:  https://spsilverpublishing.com/product_book_info/through-a-glass-darkly-ebook-p-637

Review: Rad doesn’t know what to believe when he starts to see a strange man in his new antique mirror.  When he tries to find the old lady who sold it to him he draws a blank and so begins the mystery of the disappearing lady and the man in the mirror.   His only clues are the name Leander and the year 1905.

This is a truly lovely romance of a soul mate trying to reunite with the man he loves. Leander is trapped in the past doomed to die and linger waiting for his love; while Rad is doomed to reincarnate only to fail in each reincarnation to save Leander. This is a touching and heart-breaking story that ends up being heart-warming and leaves you with a slight smile on your face.

An incredibly romantic story-line with a well thought out plot that has everything tied together smoothly.  Surprisingly no detail was missed out and the ending didn’t just fall into place for them but with Shane and Nathan helping to provide everything that was needed it worked.

So if you love the paranormal, ghosts, mystery, soul mates and a brilliant story than this is the book for you, and I will put myself out there and highly recommend this one.

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2 thoughts on “Through a Glass Darkly by Pelaam

    John Hemmimikon

    (October 30, 2011 - 3:14 pm)

    I am constantly searching online for posts that can aid me. Thank you!

      Pixie

      (November 1, 2011 - 8:33 am)

      Glad we could help.

      Pixie

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