Review of Salvage by Duncan Ralston

Salvage is the story of Owen Saddler who is haunted by his past and the lies, secrets of his family. A truly twisty ghost story, in a Stephen King sense, wherein the absurdities must be accepted because they are presented as fact. I liked this book. 

 This book has so many heart pumping, creepy moments that are just good.

The book tackles themes of mental illness, religious beliefs, religious freedoms, and fanaticism. It is also a tale of family, love, forgiveness and redemption.

 I got this book from NetGalley so thanks so much to author and the publishers for allowing me access to this book.

In the Goodreads 2016 reading challenge, this is book 3 of 60

Here is a review by Chantel:


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