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“The Torch Bearer’s Exorcism” by Linda Luisa Varela Tychsen gets positive analysis from the USRB

The US Review of Books has reviewed Linda Luisa Varela Tychsen’s The Torch Bearer’s Exorcism, a story about love and betrayal.

It follows the story of Cherie, a private and guarded girl with an unusual sense of style and a habit of constantly doubting everything around her.

When she meets David during her first week on campus her emotions go into overdrive. He’s exactly what she would have asked for if it were possible to wish people into existence. They seem to be two sides of a coin.

David is a popular man with rather a lot more experience in the world than Cherie. Swept up by passion, subterfuge, confusion and magnetism; Cherie must untangle what she feels and whether she can believe his love for her is real.

The USRB describes the story as “timeless echoing women’s experiences.” This “heartbreaking tale of one-sided love” represents a woman’s thorny path through love and relationship in search for an escape from a toxic situation.

David Smith

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