Punishment and redemption
What if you become your own victim?
The law of karma teaches that responsibility for unpleasant actions is born by the person who commits them. Inside Dark Karma by Joyce Veranda Gray crime and punishment are moved to a whole new level. The punishment fits the crime like a glove when the criminal is forced to deal with the consequences of their actions in the most real way possible: they become their own victim.
Carlita, Josh and Dray, the protagonists of this dark crime fiction experience a dark and riveting journey of self discovery as they are transported to the bodies of those they have harmed. They must try to make amends for their actions in an attempt to earn their way back to their own bodies and their old lives.
Joyce Veranda Gray grabs inspiration from everyday events and the thrilling prose she uses brilliantly describes them, but the writing is enriched by the clear author’s feeling in every single page.
The result is a thrilling novel in which the opposites always reconcile in a way and in which the cycle of cause and effect is very originally explored. Bad deeds bring bad events but the crime scene is always inhabited by the shadow of redemption.