About the Book
Author: Joannes Rhino
Number of Pages: 251
Publication Date: June 15, 2014
Synopsis: James Maddox must face the demons of his past and question everything he thought was real; even his own memory.
James was used to living without emotion after losing his Emilia unexpectedly; he gave up on happiness the day she died. His plans for their future, of marriage and kids, died right along with her. He preferred feeling numb, rather than feeling the pain of losing his dreams. That all changed the day he received an anonymous letter in the mail with just three words: I am innocent.
James began dreaming of Emilia that same night. However, his dream quickly becomes his nightmare as she haunts his sleep, demanding he knows the truth, that he faces the unseen. And what is hidden threatens to change James' life forever.
"Rhino weaves a brilliant storyline that leads us to believe that there is a murderer inside each one of us; there is always another face hidden behind a mask that even the wearer does not know anything about. The fascination of this masterpiece lies in the fact that although the sequence of incidents seems immediately comprehensible, the ending is vaguely unpredictable." - Amélie Abraham, Copyeditor, London
"Joannes Rhino has definitely written a high-quality piece of literature. The Unseen Face brings to life the internal conflicts that humans experience every day." - Cameron (Amazon Reviewer)
"This is a slow burn, suspenseful thriller that ticks all the right boxes. The ending, though somewhat predictable, is nonetheless breathtaking. Joannes’ writing is engrossing and had me hooked from page one." - Smita (Amazon Reviewer)
About the Author
I write because I used to have problem in delivering what’s inside my head. I used to be afraid to speak up or to give opinion about someone or something. During those times, writing was my form of communication to others. But now, I write because I just want to be heard. I want people to understand the way I think about certain things in life. I want them to feel exactly the way I feel about something. I want to spoil them with my imagination. But the most important thing is, writing keeps my life in balance.