Book Review: White Walls by R.M. Gilmore

WARNING: This is the end.

Where do the damned go when they die? Hell, of course. But as Dylan Hart discovers in this sixth and final novel, there’s more than one way to spend eternal damnation.

Waking up in a new and disturbing world, Dylan fights to keep her grip on reality. As old foes surface, so do the memories she has been trying to keep hidden from the world and herself.

Trapped in the abyss of her own personal Hell, Dylan is faced with the realities of the world she’s fallen into and the consequences of her depravities. Unfortunately for Dylan, this revelation could mean the end of life as she knows it. 

Purchase Link: Amazon



My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

I wasn’t sure what to expect when I agreed to review White Walls. I have read all of the Dylan Hart novels, and I loved the first 3 books in the series. The next two weren’t hilarious like the others but were darker and I really thought book #5, Bound, was the end of the series. All I can say is wow. I don’t want to give anything away but this book blew my mind. 

R.M. Gilmore has a great writing style. I definitely recommend White Walls but it is not a stand alone. This series needs to be read in order. 



About the Author

R.M. Gilmore is a paranormal and mystery/suspense writer and creator of the bestselling occult series Dylan Hart Odyssey of the Occult. 

R.M. resides in California with her family and a ton of pets. Choosing to behave ‘outside the box’, R.M. prefers to think and live freely without the constraints of social stigma or the ideals of literary rules. That being said, she truly is not your mother’s author.






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