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Reviewed by Alma Boucher for Readers' Favorite
Avery’s Cabin by Kimberly J. Coleman is a science fiction adventure that involves time travel. Avery James purchased a cabin on Spirit Lake so that he and his sister Kennedy would have a place to stay outside the city. Spirit Lake was quiet and peaceful - just the therapy they needed to write. Avery and Kennedy’s oasis of serenity was disturbed when they heard that a body had been discovered inside their cabin, but the killer was never apprehended. Years before, Carl Richter disappeared without a trace, and his brutally beaten body was later found in this cabin. The owners were ruled out as suspects, and they sold the place. Avery wanted to find Carl’s killer, but the sheriff told him to stop inquiring about the murder. Twenty-four years later, Carl’s killer was still at large.
Kimberly J. Coleman had me on the edge of my seat with Avery’s Cabin. This curious story was engrossing, puzzling, and at times hilarious. It was about life, death, and life after death. I was hooked from the start and never knew what would happen next. With all the twists and turns, there was always a surprise waiting around the corner. There was no way to predict the outcome. The role players were realistic and relatable. My favorite characters were Avery and Carl. Their conversations were interesting and exciting and their banter alleviated the seriousness of the situation. This story was both extraordinary and brilliantly written. It could not have ended better.