Angel Sharum has had many experiences writing stories with twists. I have enjoyed her previous work, but chose a title that I felt demonstrated the growth of this particular writer. Angel continues to deliver twists and suspense, as well as dynamic character depth, in her psychological double feature, The Masks in the Mirror & Unmasked.
Who will like this book? This title contains two short works of psychological fiction intent on taking your mind for a ride. The Masks in the Mirror deals with the mind of a schizophrenic woman who must cope with her less-likable personalities, who harass her from the mirror. Unmasked is the story of an inmate who is facing death row. Before his execution, he tells his story to a writer.
Personally, I enjoyed reading these stories because of the new character depth that Angel Sharum is showing off. Maybe she was conscious of doing it, or maybe it happened naturally, but the characters in these two stories seemed to have more depth than previous characters in her work. It seems as though she took her time where storytelling is concerned, and managed to improve upon some of her skills; most notable, I appreciate the extra time given to the endings, and how dynamic the main characters seemed to be, despite the length of the stories.
Some writers get to a certain point and get comfortable, but I believe that Angel Sharum is still growing as an artist. I respect writers who continue to improve, and Angel Sharum is one such writer.