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Reviewed by Erin Nicole Cochran for Readers' Favorite
The Flip by author Michael Phillip Cash has a suspenseful, haunting story line that you’ve never quite experienced before. Its pace is very heartbeat steady and it is easy to finish in one sitting. Revolving around a young married couple who are making ends meet by flipping houses, Julie and Brad Evans soon find themselves in a house that both enchants them and disgusts them in varying ways throughout the length of this book. Dialogue is authentic and conversational, making you want to take part in it yourself as the reader. Although there are some aspects that are supernatural in nature, there is nothing that will leave you feeling overly disturbed.
After reading Michael Phillip Cash’s The Flip, I didn’t quite feel the need to sleep with a light on at night, but it was close. I am an HGTV nut, so a spooky novel about a house being flipped was so up my alley, and it did not disappoint me in any way. The juxtaposition of the four main characters works superbly in this novel as piece by piece is divulged. There are several intimate scenes that are perfectly executed, each one varying in one way or another which, again, plays into this novel by feeling realistically convincing. The sexual content being what it is makes me feel that this is primarily just for those readers 18 and older, although the content is not vulgar in any sense of the word. This book is going to hook you in and cut you to the quick in only the best of ways. I highly recommend The Flip, even if you are faint of heart. It will bring you to tears by the end of it and give you a whole new appreciation for life in general.