Book Review: Bound by R.M. Gilmore


WARNING: This ride includes sudden, jarring movements. 

After Lupe drops her into the abyss of the otherworld, better known to Dylan as Hell, she wakes in a strange place. Terrified, Dylan attempts to regain control of her life for good.

Struggling to cope, she searches resolutely for the cause of her plight, while Mike, ever vigilant, remains skeptical and leaves her no choice but to lie to him.

Having survived a world beyond our own, Dylan comes face-to-face with a familiar foe, a fierce adversary she never thought she would have to encounter. Herself.

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Fifth in the Dylan Hart series, Bound drags us further into the occult than we’ve ever traveled before.

My Review

I received a free ecopy of this book from the author for an honest review.

First of all, before reading this book you should read the first four Dylan Hart books. This is definitely not a stand alone book. I really liked the first three parts of the series the best, but this is still a good read. Dylan is a real badass and there was no stopping her, especially when she had her best friend by her side.

Book #4, Forsaken, and this one are more about Dylan going crazy because of being possessed. A lot of it is about what is going on in her head. I was glad to see her accept Mike’s help and allow herself to lean on him more than previously. Even if she didn’t feel she could tell him everything.

I love R.M. Gilmore’s writing style and her sense of humor. Even though this book is pretty dark and is not hilarious like the first three books, there are still moments that will make you smile.


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