Review: Our Trespasses by Michael Cordell


Drowning in a meaningless existence flipping burgers, Matthew Davis suddenly collapses from a powerful psychic connection he shares with his twin brother, Jake. The pain is violent and immediate, and Matt knows exactly what it means… hundreds of miles away, Jake has been viciously killed. But instead of severing their connection, the murder intensifies it and Matt begins to suffer the agony of Jake’s afterlife.

Hell bent on solving Jake’s murder in order to break the connection, Matt travels to his troubled hometown of Hatchett, Nebraska, where an old lover and savage new enemies expose the festering wounds that Jake left behind.

Matt tries atoning for Jake’s sins, but when a demon infests the connection between the two brothers, Matt must find a way to sever their bond before his world, and ours, become engulfed in the flames of hell.

Fans of Stephen King’s The Outsider, Stephen Graham Jones’ The Only Good Indians, and William Peter Blatty’s The Exorcist will find this new paranormal thriller impossible to put down.

Rating: 5-stars


Our Trespasses by Michael Cordell is an epic thriller. This one, features two brothers. Brothers have a bond they share that is invisible and hard to ignore. Matt soon learns about the bond he and his brother have. Over the years, hatred, anger, betrayal, and hurt kept them apart. Now, with some help, maybe, the past can finally rest. But getting to that point will be darker and more difficult. Two men battle old wounds that fester inside of them. Themes of family, love, and forgiveness are found in this exciting read. I could not put this book down. It was engaging and twisted. Michael Cordell writes in a way that engages readers, like me, from the beginning. His words and characters are unforgettable. The ending will forever haunt my mind. It has ended yet it will always keep me wondering. Overall, I recommend this to all suspense thriller fans.

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