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Reviewed by Tamera Lawrence for Readers' Favorite
It is a dangerous world when you are turning sixteen and being stalked by collectors. Charlotte C. Carrion is one such youth. This tough young woman does her best to avoid being caught but soon is ensnared and sent to Redwine Hill Asylum to join her peers in a battle for survival, for a virus has afflicted sixteen year olds - a virus that takes away your sanity. These young people are being rounded up and herded like cattle as the disease progresses. Redwine is notorious for its awful living conditions, experiments and abuses. Charlotte is treated abominably as headaches become frequent and friends die along the way. But she has found an ally in Jared, a guard who cares about her, mentoring her on how to survive. As Charlotte begins to unravel the mystery surrounding her friend Serenity’s death, danger lurks ever so closer.
"Redwine Hill: The Secrets at Primeil Asylum" by L L Stolmeier is a well-written novel that caught me by surprise as I eagerly absorbed the horrific world that was created. From page one, I was prompted to move the pages as I quickly became attached to young Charlotte and the horror of her living condition and her resolve to survive. With her vibrant imagination, Stolmeier is a gifted writer who knows how to weave a lurid tale that can only make you thirst for more. The scenes in the infirmary still loiter in my mind. "Redwine Hill" is an exceptional book written by a remarkable author. I would recommend it highly.