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Back in 2017, somebody from the Development Department of a New York media company contacted me out of the blue asking if I still had the film rights for this book. Excited beyond belief, I said yes, and she passed the manuscript over to the director. The upshot of it was that he loved the story, but there were too many books about violence towards women, and he needed to take on a new project that put women in a stronger light. Shame, but that’s how it goes…
“Devastating, creepy, and deeply affecting, Stevie Turner’s A House Without Windows is many things: among them are several different, disturbing love stories, a tale of abduction, imprisonment, and menace, a narrative of a woman clinging to hope in the face of utter despair, and a portrait of the claustrophobic world of a victimized child and the tormented adult she becomes . The multiple, shifting narrators effectively portray the disorienting madness of Edwin Evans and the effects of his psychotic actions on every victim his insanity engulfs. Definitely not for kids, but highly recommended, indeed.” – Thom Stark
“Written with true excellence, encompassing multiple perspectives, this novel is apt to leave the reader feeling absolutely drained as the suspense builds slowly and inexorably, achieving some incredible emotional climaxes along the way. It’s a powerful work that comes across as realistic, making the reader feel what it might be like to be held captive and despairing over the thought that he or she might never be re-united with their loved ones. An absolute must-read for people who take their reading seriously!” – Aldo Ray fan
I read this book in just two days. I was so carried away with it, that I had to finish it, and I did. I had to know how the story ended. What a sad, sad experience Beth was subjected to, and Amy too. This was an extraordinarily vivid story about the fear, agony, and deprivation abduction inflicts on those who experience it.
“One day Beth was a young, happy, and carefree doctor with everything going well for her. Then abduction hit her. How can this happen? Yet we hear that these things are still happening as we speak. Fully grown women, not just only children anymore, are being abducted every day, and imprisoned for decades against their will. Who knows how many more are languishing in dark holes hidden away from prying eyes, and from the public. Who knows how many of them will never be found.
Beth and Amy’s story is sad, and unnerving. It is hard to take. It is even harder to think that the perpetrator is unrepentant and spoiling for revenge. Edwin believed that he was the wronged party after all he put Beth and her daughter through. People that mad should never be allowed to see the light of day. This was a hard story to read, very interesting though, as I already said. I couldn’t put it down until I finished it. A must read!” – Joy Nwosu Lo-Bamijoko