I Am The Sand

I Am The Sand by [Susan Fuss]

I Am The Sand by Susan Fuss is an intense psychological thriller following a girl named Chloe who has to muster the courage to escape from her deranged captor with an audacious plan.

Author Susan Fuss has created a uniquely intriguing character with Chloe. I appreciated the slow evolution and progression of her character throughout the book. She is definitely a fighter and had a strength that felt authentic because it grew organically throughout the story. I cheered for her throughout the story and was biting my nails for some of the more provocative scenes. Her struggle to hand onto her sanity through her captivation was one of the more humanizing aspects of the novel that allowed the story to explore the human condition through a unique perspective. This novel got me thinking that sometimes we are pawns, in life, in relationships, and we don’t even know it. This book also made me appreciate how resilient people can be in the face of adversity.

This is a captivating psychological thriller about the will and strength to survive. This is a fast paced character driven novel that delves into the roles of both captor and captive in some thought-provoking ways. The story can sometimes be devastatingly bleak, but what do you expect when you’re held captive by such a monster.

I Am The Sand is a roller-coaster of emotions. The story is consistently compelling and I really enjoyed the ending of the book. Author Susan Fuss has written a book that will shock you and keep you glued to every page.

Pages: 296 | ASIN: B08N352WDC

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