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Reviewed by Amy Louise Hill for Readers' Favorite
The Journey: No Matter How Far You Run, Your Demons Always Follow by Mark T. Rasmussen is a story for adults. One morning, a forty-something-year-old man called Raiden sits in his home considering a decision he's about to make. Raiden battles many demons and has decided to leave his pregnant girlfriend, as well as his town. Of course, he feels bad about what he's about to do, but can't help believing it's the best option for himself, his girlfriend, and his unborn child. He heads out the door, not knowing what the future has in store for him. Raiden has a plan for his journey and it all begins with hitch-hiking out of Toronto and making his way to Mexico. Will Raiden be able to escape his demons and will there be any repercussions from the decision he made?
The Journey was an interesting read. The front cover is what attracted my attention to the book and I wasn't disappointed with what it had waiting for me inside. Mark T. Rasmussen has a talent for pulling the reader in from the very first page. As soon as I began reading, I couldn't put it down and read it in one sitting. I enjoyed reading about the journey the main character embarked on, and what he stumbled across along the way. The writing itself is professional and flawless, it flowed smoothly and satisfied my need for adventure. Congrats on the book, I can't wait to see what you come up with next.