{Free Reading} The DaguerreotypistAuthor Christopher Savio – Avengersinfinitywarfullmovie.de

The book was initially very captivating The author did his research, presented a lot of interesting facts and made me want to keep on reading I wanted to learnabout Isaiah Whitfield and I wanted to know what Rachel and Brain were going to figure out I ve read a book with a similar storyline where we have insight to what s going on and someone in modern time is reading old letters it definitely makes for an interesting story and viewpoint.I was however disappointed with all of the char The book was initially very captivating The author did his research, presented a lot of interesting facts and made me want to keep on reading I wanted to learnabout Isaiah Whitfield and I wanted to know what Rachel and Brain were going to figure out I ve read a book with a similar storyline where we have insight to what s going on and someone in modern time is reading old letters it definitely makes for an interesting story and viewpoint.I was however disappointed with all of the character development The love between Brian and Rachel was not really present The author s use of I love you, hon really didn t solidify the feelings By the end of the story I was just becoming aggravated with Rachel and the agenda the author had set out for her The characters all seemed to be the same person just possessed in different bodies I should have felt terrified about Isaiah and his killings, I should have felt as curious and involved in the history Rachel was reading, I should have felt sympathy for Brian Instead, I was left kind of aggravated The most tolerable character I found was the police officer from 1842.All of that being said, the writing wasn t too shabby aside from a few anarchisms in Isaiah s Dialogue I doubt they would have used Up yours, in 1842 The narrative was a bit choppy I was never sure who I was actually following, it would flip even within some paragraphs from Rachel to Brian to the officers I think Christopher Savio did a pretty good job overall If he kept on with the historical context throughout the book it would have offeredAs I said, I was really captivated at the start of the book The characters were presented well, the writing was pretty good, the history was there, but I d like to seecharacter development If Christopher Savio works on his writing, his research and his character development, I think we could potentially see a best seller in the midst I received this book directly from the author, in exchange for writing an honest review I was drawn by the title and premise of this book time travel, a love story, and the twist about the daguerreotypes.The story begins in 1940s New York with Isaiah Whitfield, who has a daguerreotype shop He is a millenialist, who believes that if he can perfect society by stopping sin, it will bring about the Second Coming of Christ He begins murdering prostitutes and drunkards, and as the law is closing I received this book directly from the author, in exchange for writing an honest review I was drawn by the title and premise of this book time travel, a love story, and the twist about the daguerreotypes.The story begins in 1940s New York with Isaiah Whitfield, who has a daguerreotype shop He is a millenialist, who believes that if he can perfect society by stopping sin, it will bring about the Second Coming of Christ He begins murdering prostitutes and drunkards, and as the law is closing in he makes a deal with the Devil.Jump forward 160 years to Rachel and Brian, a young couple who moves into an old apartment in New York City They find one of Whitfield s old daguerreotypes, and when they develop it Whitfield comes back to life Rachel becomes obsessed with Whitfield, much to Brian s dismay Whitfield then continues his killing spree in both times, as Rachel compulsively researches his life.While I liked the story itself, I was never really drawn into it The characters are not very well developed, and I was annoyed by some of the dialog Rachel and Brian use each other s name, or Hon with each sentence they speak Whitfield s character isreal, although I never felt truly connected to any of them.The best parts of this book are the descriptions of old and new New York City And it s easy to imagine Whitfield s confusion when he s transported to a city ablaze with the neon lights of Time s Square I also enjoyed reading about the process of making daguerreotypes, and the differences in how crimes were handled in past times I loved the part where the 1840s coins in Whitfield s pockets brought him a small fortune in 2012.Overall, this is a quick read that entertains I think that a good editor would improve the dialog and character development and turn this into a really good book I give this book 3.5 stars Brian and Rachel s relationship was still in the honeymoon phase They d just found an apartment they could share and still allow Rachel a place for her dark room While fixing up the dark room, they found an old daguerreotype Rachel began to gather the things needed to develop the daguerreotype Both she and Brian were anxious to see what they d found Little did they know the daguerreotype would change their lives in ways neither could have guessed No one could have guessed that something h Brian and Rachel s relationship was still in the honeymoon phase They d just found an apartment they could share and still allow Rachel a place for her dark room While fixing up the dark room, they found an old daguerreotype Rachel began to gather the things needed to develop the daguerreotype Both she and Brian were anxious to see what they d found Little did they know the daguerreotype would change their lives in ways neither could have guessed No one could have guessed that something happening in 1842 would reach all the way into 2012 The only question now is will Brian and Rachel survive this unexpected surprise or will it destroy them both Mr Savio has an amazing plot in this book The characters are well defined and easy to identify with The idea of something like this happening sets off all kinds of questions Mr Savio s writing style makes this an easy read I recommend this book and think everyone should keep an eye on Christopher Savio His books are going to be very popular I did find issues with this book While the story is good, the characters terrific, Mr Savio needstime to work on his writing Phrasing trouble and just plain rough reading take away from the wonderful story inside this book I gave this one 4 cheers out of 5 because with a bitpolish, it could be on the bestseller list Copy of book provided by author in exchange for a fair review Funny thing about life is that people seldom recognize its beauty or what they have until it s gone InNew York City, Isaiah Whitfield, a pioneer in photography daguerreotypist and a religious zealot, is no different Incapable of recognizing anything but the bad in the world, he embarks upon a crusade to perfect society and to bring about the Second Coming If he can scare people away from sin, even if he has to kill the sinners to do it, Isaiah is certain that he alone can bring about Christ s return That is until Satan makes him an offer he can t refuse In , Rachel and her fiance occupy Isaiah s old apartment Rachel, outwardly happy with her life, deep down wants something When an undeveloped daguerreotype is found hidden in her studio s wall it sets her life and the fate of New York City on a collision course with disaster Rachel falls hopelessly in love with the man in the old picture, but unwittingly frees the now demonic serial killer, Isaiah Whitfield, from Hell True to form, he immediately goes on killing sprees in two different centuries As Rachel finds out, loving a time traveling serial killer straight from Hell has its downsides For Isaiah, complete blindness to the wonders of this world may have ruined him for ever Can the power and beauty of love change a demonic serial killer Can Rachel come to her senses before she loses her fiance and possibly her own life in the process In the summer of , the fates of many in New York City depend upon it