Friday, December 19, 2014

Next to Review: A Song After Dark by Grant Palmquist

Okay my next book to review is A Song after Dark by Grant Palmquist. I have already read 54 pages out of 162! I can tell this is going to be a good read. It is a thriller with a lot of Tool references (my favorite band!).

Here's a description:

Norman thought he'd hit the jackpot when he met Zach, trading his boring straight-A lifestyle for one filled with parties, drugs and more girls than he ever imagined he'd meet in his lifetime.

But there's something dangerous about Zach, something not quite right. For Zach has a dark secret, that once revealed will drag his newfound sidekick into a nightmare world mired in death and destruction.

Be wary of strangers and careful what you wish for.

Sometimes A Song After Dark can be chilling to hear.

Review: We're All Mad Here by Leigh Raines

We're All Mad Here by Leigh Raines

My rating 5/5 Stars

I received an advance reader copy of this book for an unbiased review.

Wow! What else can I say? I loved this book. If you like Prozac Nation, White Oleander, Perks of being a Wallflower, you will love it too!

Jade is the main character and has social anxiety and depression, something I have been through as well. So this book touched me close to my heart. Leigh actually experienced all these issues in the book she writes it perfectly, sometimes when you are even unable to describe how you feel.

I really loved the ending too, but I won't give it away.

I loved the pop culture references, especially one line where she says She is about to go Dexter on someone. It was hilarious and I could also feel her tension and stress building to the extreme.

It's amazing to me how one boy can drive you so crazy, but it does happen. This boy in the book happens to be Chase.

When you read this at times you will love certain characters, then hate them. They do very unbelievable things, but that is what keeps you reading.

I can definitely say my new heroine is Jade Thompson and even Leigh Raines as well!