[PDF] Download ☆ Relative Sanity | by ✓ Martin Reaves

By Martin Reaves | Comments: ( 966 ) | Date: ( Feb 25, 2020 )

5 out of 5 stars Marty Reaves s second novel, _Relative Sanity_, is an intriguing and edgy psychological thriller that you won t be able to put downReaders of Chuck Palahniuk, Stephen King, or Truman Capotewill appreciate this frightening, touching, and unflinching look at the darker recesses of our minds After a lifetime of physical and mental abuse, thirteen year5 out of 5 stars Marty Reaves s second novel, _Relative Sanity_, is an intriguing and edgy psychological thriller that you won t be able to put downReaders of Chuck Palahniuk, Stephen King, or Truman Capotewill appreciate this frightening, touching, and unflinching look at the darker recesses of our minds After a lifetime of physical and mental abuse, thirteen year old Babylon finally escapes the shack in the woods, walking away from all she has ever known in search of the Moon People she has heard on late night radio.Special investigator Nick Grimmer witnesses the crumbling of his marriage as his wife, Cassie, seems to slip further and further into an unexplained madness.Purdy Fallon is a child trapped in a thirty year old man s body Abandoned by his mother twenty years earlier, he lives a solitary existence in a ramshackle trailer Until Babylon shows up at his door and changes everything forever.Show More Show Less


  • Title: Relative Sanity
  • Author: Martin Reaves
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 283
  • Format: ebook

About Author:

Martin Reaves

Martin Reaves is the critically acclaimed author of Dark Thoughts, the Relative series, A Fractured Conjuring, and the Twilight Zone inspired Rosebud Hill.



Comments Relative Sanity

  • Conchie Fernandez

    Martin Reaves has created a dark, cold, muddy world that I was glad and fortunate to be enmeshed in. This is a book I can categorize, lightly, as scary. Not scary as in cheap thrills and the generically supernatural. Scary as in the unknown passages of minds slipping away from reality, of the twists in life that create havoc in the human psyche, of stories and characters so plausible that one wonders, with understandable fright, what would happen to our relatively normal lives if fate slapped us [...]


  • Nic Parenteau

    Really enjoyed this, and looking forward to reading Relative Karma!!


  • Tony Parsons

    Daphne’s Mill. Babylon “Bella” (13) was prepared for her dad’s harsh treatment this time. Bible in hand, & dad was asleep. She held the gate open for Bella & they took off never to return. Heather Springs Rd. Purdell “Purdy” Fallon (30) later had spied the 2 girls.He had started giving them 3 square meals a day.They hadn’t had the luxury of hot water & a bathtub. & a TV.Nick Grimmer (husband) & Cassandra “Cassie” Grimmer (wife) seemed to enjoy what they thou [...]


  • N.E. White

    I enjoyed this mainstream crime thriller. Not my typical fair, but a good read from an indie author you probably do not want to miss. The author was great with characterization, he had a good plot, and the pacing was adequate (though the story would improve with a bit of cutting).Told from several view points, Relative Sanity follows the unraveling of Nick Grimmer's life, and consequently his friend and partner's, after the death of a reclusive pedophile. Seemingly unrelated, Mr. Grimmer's wife, [...]


  • Rabid Readers Reviews

    The author, Martin Reeves, gave me a copy of this audio book in exchange for my review.Reaves gives us the unpleasant aftermath for the child and writes that narrative from that child’s perspective in a wholly believable way. That isn’t to say Babylon’s journey isn’t unpleasant. She is a child uneasy to trust and living in a foggy state of innocence as a self-protection measure. When Babylon finds Purdy alone in his trailer waiting for his mama to return, he’s a dream come true. He’s [...]


  • Reyna Hawk

    I’m not sure what I was expecting when I first began to read this book. I had not read any of the descriptions of the book. The first couple of pages started off rather interesting and as I progressed through the book I wondered just why and what was going on with Nick’s marriage. Then I suddenly became confused when the story switched to a whole separate set of characters. I actually flipped back to see if I had missed something. Anyway the story flips into another set of characters and wow [...]


  • Toni L.

    This was an OK book. It seemed to me that there werea couple of different stories going, but then they cametogether and it all became clear what was going on.Maybe if I re-read it again it will make sense. All in allIt was a good read.


  • Laurie

    I really liked this book a lot. I cared about the characters, and even though I was wrong about what I was reading by the end I was OK with it.


  • Lorri

    wow!!! i dont know how many times i said WTF!!! this was an incredible book!!! highly recommended!!!


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