Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Review : Blur

Steven James
From Goodreads: The isolated town of Beldon, Wisconsin, is shocked when a high school freshman’s body is found in Lake Algonquin. Just like everyone in the community, sixteen-year-old Daniel Byers believes that Emily Jackson’s death was accidental. But at her funeral, when he has a terrifying vision of her, his world begins to rip apart at the seams.

Convinced that Emily’s appearance was more than just a mere hallucination, Daniel begins to look carefully into her death, even as he increasingly loses the ability to distinguish fantasy from reality.

What’s real? What’s not? Where does reality end and madness begin?

As Daniel struggles to find the truth, his world begins to crumble around him as he slips further and further into his own private blurred reality.

My Review:  I would like to thank Netgalley and the publisher for the chance to read this book for my honest review.

         This book has mystery and ghost. Okay, you have my attention.  This book was wonderful story. Full of mystery and action. Daniel struggles to understand what is happening to him and keep it together at the same time that compels the story even further. I found myself blurring the line between what was real and what was not while reading the story. This put me right in the middle of the story as an observer  and I liked finding all the clues and solving the mystery with Daniel. I already purchased the second book and I am looking forward to reading that just as much.

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